New Hyundai Equus sedan will cost over $96,000
The all-new Hyundai Equus sedan, which is soon going to make its official Korean debut, will not only be the most technologically advanced Korean car, but also the one wearing the highest price tag ever.
We have been informed that the top of the range Equus limousine, powered by 5.0L V8 and all the goodies will cost Won 130,000,000 or $96,000 on the South Korean market.
The all-new Hyundai Equus sedan will initially be available in two powertrain configurations: 3,8L Lambda V6 and 4.6L Tau V8 engines. Some six months later, in the second half of the year, Hyundai plans to equip the Equus with even more potent 420+ horsepower, 5.0L V8 powrplant capable of powering the car to 100 km/h (62-mph) from a standstill in less than 6 seconds.
The already gigantic Hyundai limousine (current model) will also grow in size. The 2010 Hyundai Equus sedan stands at 5160mm of length, 1900mm of width, 1495 of heighth and features a 3045mm long wheelbase.
Among the new features on the 2010 Hyundai Equus luxury sedan are Pre-Safe seatbelts, LED technology in the headlights and other innovations such as Lane Departure Warning System and Vehicle Stability Management II.
At this point, there are no plans to export this car to the US and European markets.
UPDATE: First images of the undisguised Hyundai Equus -VI surfaced to the web today!