Hyundai's flagship is about to be replaced with the Genesis G90, which will arrive for 2017 with a choice of a twin-turbo V6 and a normally aspirated V8, both mated to a standard eight-speed automatic. If you are buying a leftover Equus, note that it absorbs and hides all but the most severe impacts, but buoyant body motions give the car a wallowing feeling at times. Handling can best be described as ponderous, with notable body lean and steering that lacks any feedback. The standard V8 has smooth and refined power delivery, and the eight-speed automatic does its job with little notice. The interior is spacious and well-finished, but some controls are complex.