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Hyundai Equus

Hyundai Equus - Playboy Magazine has selected 10 best cars of 2010 according to the categories set forth. Korean car, Hyundai Equus, has been named as Most Likely to Succeed Car of 2011 and ranked number 10. Luxury sedan made by Hyundai Motors Corp., South Korea is currently still in the form of concept cars. Equus is said to be able to compete with the BMW 7 series and Mercedes Benz S550. Equus still holds the current machine, that is 4600 cc. The machine is still considered qualified to support the performance of Equus. And the sedan will be equipped with 5000 cc V8 engine.

The statement of the magazine was reported by The Auto Channel. Ken Gross, Playboy Automotive Editor claimed to have conducted a series of selection of different brands and types of four-wheeled vehicles from all over the world. Not only that. The team also has the magazine tested by driving a car that entered in nomination. Gross calls, 10 best cars of 2010 will be displayed at the adult magazine in the January issue of 2011.

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