First Generation Hyundai Equus Limo Spotted In China

Michael Campos
Posted on April 9, 2013

First generation Hyundai Equus limousine spotted in Shanghai.

CarNewsChina.com has published photos of a rare first gen Hyundai Equus “limousine” spotted in Shanghai. This particular model was made from1999 – 2008, and features a wheelbase stretched 27 centimeters longer than the sedan. According to the site, only a very few of these Equus limousines were exported, and they were only sold in South Korea, which makes it an odd sight in China. In 2011, LCT spotted a stretched 2012 Hyundai Equus limousine built by LA Custom Coach; photos can be viewed here.

— Michael Campos, LCT associate editor

Related Topics: Fleet Vehicles, Loony Limos

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