By Chris Haak
It’s time to take Hyundai seriously as an automaker. Akio Toyoda certainly knows this, as much of Hyundai’s current lineup takes direct aim at his company’s products, and often manages to top Toyota in a number of areas, while undercutting the Japanese company’s prices.
The Equus is certainly no joke. It is a credible competitor for the established luxury brands at a price thousands of dollars below the asking price of those other cars. GM, the once-and-future “world’s largest automaker” makes no product even close to what the Equus delivers.