We're so used to seeing carmakers taking leaps forward in in-car technology and mobile innovations that it comes as a shock when progress takes a step back. When the 2011 Hyundai Equus luxury car was launched it gained high praise from all quarters for offering huge levels of equipment at a price to shame the established luxury marques. It shamed them for innovation too, with the traditional paper owner's manual ditched in favour of an Apple iPad loaded with an electronic owner's manual. Far from being a gimmick the manual allowed you to schedule service visits, make dinner reservations and...
MotorAuthority's Best Car To Buy 2011 Nominee: Hyundai Equus
A Korean full-size luxury sedan? That's what most people ask themselves when they first hear of the 2011 Hyundai Equus. Then they start thinking about Hyundai, and its start in the U.S. But anyone familiar with the last several years of Hyundai proucts knows the carmaker has made unprecedented...Nelson Ireson
Update: Apple's iPad Does Fit in the 2011 Hyundai Equus
We've driven the 2011 Hyundai Equus a few times, and have come away impressed with the Korean automaker's first take on traditional, full-size luxury. Since we're poverty-stricken Apple fanboys, too--only $100 more for a phone that's locked to AT&T?--we geeked out over the announcement earlier...Martin Padgett