Hyundai EQUUS, the most luxurious car in the brands lineup is now available in long wheelbase version. Named Hyundai EQUUS stretch edition, the new addition offers several upgrades from the normal sedan version, including refined exterior design and longer overall length. The engine and other functions have been reinforced to attain first-class performance, safety, comfort and convenience.

The Luxury Flagship's lenght is longer than the major competitors by as much as 310 mm, with backseat legroom as much as 376 mm longer, as well.

The EQUUS stretch edition is equipped with an ultimate horizontal cross-bar radiator grille with an emblem in the center, which emphasizes the vehicle's elegant and sophisticated design.

The Limousine version of the EQUUS is available with a choice of the engines: The Lambda 3.8L engine and the Tau 5.0L engine. With a maximum output of 400 ps and a peak torque rating of 51.0 kg, the stretch version outperforms its competitors, such as the Lexus LS460L and Mercedes S500L by 20ps and 12ps, respectively.

Hyundai EQUUS Stretch Edition

The most comfortable driving experience is maximized by a few special features: power-driven footrest, the world's first, along with Rear Seat Leg Support, Relax Posture Control and Massage System function.

The price for the long wheelbase edition EQUUS ranges from approximately $113,000 to $122,180, based on today's currency exchange rates.

Hyundai EQUUS Stretch Edition

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