Well, Hyundai’s Equus sedan is looking like a very popular choice as a tuner vehicle. If the SEMA bound DUB Edition and Rhys Millen souped-up versions aren’t already enough, then how about a third VIP themed interpretation from Mummbles Marketing, called the Elegant Equus?
Far from being inarticulate or vague, the Mummbles rework features a host of engine, interior, exterior, brake, wheel and suspension modifications, as well as one-of-a-kind audio and video enhancements.
The 450hp vehicle gets a Legacy Innovations full turbo kit, a Nitrous Express kit and a Magnaflow dual-exhaust system, as well as an Air Lift digital air suspension consisting of four extended air springs and struts and a five gallon air tank. The car also gets Wilwood six-pot brakes for both front and rear and 22-inch Work Equip E10 wheels running 245/30 front and 265/30 Falken FK452 rubbers.
External mods include a BASF deep burgundy custom colour, 717 Motoring five piece body kit, LightWurkz head and tail lamps, with no skimping on the carbon fibre treatment – the stuff can be found on the hood, trunk and as overlays for the roof as well as B- and C-pillars.
Inside, the dress-up stuff includes a Southeast Carbonworks hydro-coating interior kit, custom leather interior in gunmental/burgundy, black suede headliner and front/rear door and rear window curtains.
Of course, with boys loving their toys, Mummbles is making sure you don’t have any shortage of that in the Elegant Equus – two Apple iPads, an Apple wireless keyboard, a DVD player and 20-inch monitor are complemented by an Infinity sound system made up of Kappa Series 5.25 and 6.5-inch component drivers, four 12-inch subs, a JBL MS-8 integrated edigital processor, among others.