2015 Hyundai Equus release date and price

2015 Hyundai Equus - front

2015 Hyundai Equus is the largest and most expensive sedan of Korean Hyundai Motor Company.In the Middle East is also known by the name Hyundai Centennial.

2015 Hyundai Equus design

2015 Hyundai Equus with every part shows a high level of luxury and severity. The exterior is fabulous and has a magical line. On the front is a chrome grille with vertical or horizontal strips. LED headlamps are equipped with adaptive lighting system. On the mirrors are mounted radars or Blind spot detection and direction indicator. The door is locked automatically if they are not well closed. The rear lights are also LED and have a wonderful shape with outstretched wings. They give very good light at night. Are made as a part of the bumper and on each side is located one rectangular tube.On the entire length of the side doors,at the lower part are built-in one elegant chrome trim.Locks are also chrome. On the roof is built super-sensitive steering, which stops automatically if it detects an obstacle when closing. This is just one of the features of the exterior of a really long list.

2015 Hyundai Equus - design

2015 Hyundai Equus interior

2015 Hyundai Equus your interior can be displayed with great pride. The materials that comprise the seat and the cabin remains at the high level of quality. The seats are upholstered with leather as well as some parts of the door. All plastic parts are replaced with wood.The instrument panel has been redesigned and now is refined. In the is a touch screen size of 9.2 inches. Seats can occupy different positions, and in the back seat massagers are inserted. What is not found in many cars, but is present in the 2015 Hyundai Equus is a fridge for travelers. Many of the control buttons are located on the steering wheel and the driver’s door, which is a big plus.It is possible to use voice commands.In front of the driver is new 12.3 inch TFT display with a pleasant light. On the back of the front seats are placed two displays of 9.2 inches and complete control is possible via remote control panel in the middle. By opening the door activates the lights on the floor  which is especially embellishes this. Since the equipment there is simple everything that we can imagine.

2015 Hyundai Equus - interior

2015 Hyundai Equus engines

2015 Hyundai Equus under the hood is the opinions of many one of the best engines ever. It is a 5.0-liter GDI V8 engine that produces a power output of 429HP and peak torque of 376lb/ft. With these characteristics of the 0-60 mph sprint in just 5.7 seconds. And we should not forget that this is a large sedan and is not easy at all. The engine is combined with an 8 speed automatic transmission with Shiftronic technology. Fuel consumption is as follows. With a single gallon of fuel exceeds 15 miles in the city and 23 on the highway. There are some indications that the car will appear with a weaker engine. This would be enhanced 3.8-liter GDi V6 engine or it could possibly be a diesel engine.

2015 Hyundai Equus - engine

2015 Hyundai Equus price

2015 Hyundai Equus should appear later this year in front of the public. But all is not sure about the exact data of this car. Price is not a small item, so if you want 2015 Hyundai Equus will have to pay about $ 60,000 for the base model.

2015 Hyundai Equus - price



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4 Responses to 2015 Hyundai Equus release date and price

  1. joe scardino says:

    very interested as I have a 2012′ Very important to have all wheel drive { or I will keep my 12 }I love chrome and options.,especially those found on the 14. Don’t change anything unless you add more.

  2. Martin Filler says:

    I echo the prior comment. I love my Equss but could make some suggestions – the only important one being where is the all wheel drive? I’ll keep mine till you have it. One of the minor ones is the sterring wheel that is heated is heated in the wrong area. We are taught to drive holding the wheel at the “10 to 2″ position – this area is not heated so why have it. Also, I believe the GPS is inferior to the one I had in my Benz – it does not give one the option of just putting in a City (without a street)and it should. While I am at it, I prefer a radio with buttons to push as it is a pain to keep fiddling with the “pre sets” off of a dial

    • James MacKay says:

      Martin, I as well was taught to drive with my hands at 10 and 2. The new teaching is 9 and 3, the same as race car drivers. It has been proven that it is safer and adds greater control while driving.

  3. Tahir says:

    Changed tires at 10k on my 14′ to pilot sport a/s..holds the launch better. All wheel drive def consideration on next vechicle tho.. 90/10 split in sport mode would work also.

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