DETROIT – Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd.’s redesigned Equus sedan, big as a long-wheelbase BMW 750Li with a price rumored to reach as high as $96,000 in some markets, will be coming to the U.S. in two years, the Korean auto maker’s new vice chairman says. Expected to be introduced in February in South Korea, it will go on sale this year in Europe, the Middle East and China, as well. “Two years down the road, we are going to introduce this car to America,” Hyundai Vice Chairman H.S. Lee tells ...

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