Surprisingly, the all-new Hyundai Equus is grabbing the attention of tuners well before it makes its way into U.S. showrooms in December. The crew over at Dub Magazine is the second team (that we know of) after Rhys Millen Racing to be readying a customized version of the South Korean firm's range-topping sedan for the SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
"We know that SEMA show-goers look forward to seeing the cool new cars like Equus and the unique ways we customize them," said Myles Kovacs, president and co-founder, DUB Magazine. "With this car we tried to give tuners an idea of what modifications can be done within the luxury segment."
As you can see in the teaser photoshop, the DUB Edition of the Hyundai Equus will get a custom two-tone, gloss black-and-matte charcoal paint job, complemented by a unique body kit, tinted windows and tail lights and a mesh grille. It will also feature gigasize 24-inch alloys wrapped around in Pirelli P-Zero Nero tires and a lowered sports suspension.
Interior upgrades will include a new audio system with nine Infiniti Kappa Series speakers, KAPPA ONE mono and KAPPA FOUR four-channel amplifiers, custom leather and suede upholstery, an illuminated headliner and rear bucket seats.