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Hyundai Equus

Hyundai's been aping Mercedes' designs for years, so it's about time they stepped up to the plate with their own luxury effort. The Hyundai Equus ($58,000-$64,500) boasts a smorgasbord of high-end amenities, including a 4.6L V8 engine paired with a six-speed Shiftronic automatic, 19-inch chrome alloy wheels, a lane departure warning system, smart cruise control, HID headlights with LED turn signals, a 608-watt, 17-speaker surround sound system, Bluetooth hands-free, a USB/iPod hookup, a driver seat massage system, and heated/cooled front seats. Step up to the top-of-the-line Equus Ultimate, and you'll also get reclining rear seats, a rear center console refrigerator, an eight-inch rear seat monitor, and cooled rear seats, amongst other goodies. Oh yeah: every Equus also comes with a digital owner's manual, which comes pre-installed on an included iPad.

  • 2011 Kia Optima

    While the U.S. car companies were asleep at the wheel, the Hyundai Kia Automotive Group was busy improving the fit, finish, and overall quality of their cars. The latest Killer Korean is the 2011 Kia Optima ($TBA). Although it shares a wheelbase and many dimensions with its cousin the Hyundai Sonata, the Optima differentiates itself with more aggressive, Acura-like styling, three engine options, including a 274hp 2.0L turbocharged four cylinder and a 2.4L hybrid, the Uvo infotainment system, based on the same Microsoft OS that powers Ford's Sync system, HID headlights, LED rear combo lights, and impressive 18-inch black machined finish alloy wheels.

  • 2011 Infiniti M

    Wrapped in striking new sheet metal and powered by either a 3.7-liter V6 good for 330 horsepower (in the M37) or a direct injected 5.6-liter V8 cranking out 420 hp (in the M56), the 2011 Infiniti M ($TBA) replaces the aging previous model with aplomb. Available in both RWD and AWD (x) versions, each of which is equipped with a seven-speed automatic transmission with a Drive Sport manual mode and optional paddle shifters, it will offer niceties including standard 18-inch wheels, Infiniti Drive, which lets the drive choose between one of four throttle and transmission mapping modes, active noise control for a quieter cabin, blind spot warning and intervention systems, a next-generation Infiniti Hard Drive Navigation System, a Bose Studio Surround premium audio system, and a new feature called Eco Pedal that offers the driver direct feedback to encourage eco-friendly driving — something that's extra handy on a car as sporty as this.