Hyundai has launched an £80,000 flagship luxury limousine called Equus in South Korea.
The long-wheelbase version of the Equus saloon is the largest and most expensive vehicle in the Hyundai line-up and was created to rival the BMW 7 Series and Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
The new model is fitted with a 5.0-litre V8 producing 398bhp.
The model features a power-driven footrest, seat leg support, relax posture control and a massage system.
Hyundai has also developed a bulletproof version of the car and has delivered three units to the Korean president.
The Equus is primarily aimed at Hyundai’s domestic Korean market. Potential export markets are currently being assessed, but the car is unlikely to be imported to the UK officially.