Heated and cooled front seats
Heated wood-trimmed and leather-wrapped steering wheel
Alcantara suede headliner
Eight-inch LCD screen for premium navigation and driver information center
17-speaker 608-watt Lexicon 7.1 discrete surround sound audio system (more standard speakers than BMW 7-Series or Lexus LS 460)
Buyers opting for Equus Ultimate also get 50/50-split rear seats with reclining function; passenger-side rear-seat leg support and massage system; cooled rear seats; rear-seat entertainment system with eight-inch monitor; thermoelectric rear center console refrigerator; rear seat power up/down head restraints with manual tilt, and rear seat illuminated vanity mirrors.
Beyond all the above, just looking at the all-new 2011 Hyundai Equus is enough to make you want to sit in it – better yet, drive it.
How It Looks on the Road
Since how a vehicle looks – on the road or standing still – is very much in the domain of subjective consideration, we at Family Car Guide leave you to arrive at your own opinion of the 2011 Hyundai Equus luxury sedan.
One thing we can say is we’d rather be behind the wheel than just watching it fly by on the road. Family sedan with awesome looks? You betcha.
Also see The Car Connection review of the 2011 Hyundai Equus where editors gave it an overall 8.0 rating (out of 10).
For more of this series, be sure to check out tomorrow’s entry.