It's coming here. Hyundai resently polled owners on HyundaiThinktank.com about wether there should be a name change for the US market. Most seem to prefer the name "Genesis Signature" to "Equus"...although not by a large margin.
Anyway, the car is comin..
Let me get this straight. Hyundai wants to sell a top of the line, high end luxury automobile in the US for over $50,000 but they can't even come up with a model name? Asking random people to determine or vote for a name via a website survey shows Hyundai has no idea whatsoever on how to market a luxury car. This is just another example of Hyundai's horrible marketing strategies.
I'm sorry, but as a potential buyer looking for a new luxury automobile, Hyundai's lack of marketing cohesion and common sense has left me cold. Therefore, I no longer have any interest in purchasing the Equus (or whatever the name might be) and will wait on the sidelines until Hyundai finally figures out how to showcase, promote and support it's luxury automobile lineup (if they ever do).
You're lack of any coherent thought/rationale has left many here cold.
And please, you were about as much of a potential buyer as a 12 yr old kid.
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Personally, if you plan on sitting on the sidelines over a name...than obviously your priorities are different than most...IMO.
If the Genesis were named FART...I would have bought it...simply because of what it is and what you get for your money.
And how much would you be willing to pay for a 4,000 pound V-8 FART?
Sorry, couldn't resist.
In all honesty...I would have paid more than I did!
This reminds me of the fart scene in Austin Powers...Goldmember...when the 4000 pound Fat Bastard "wafts" his own brand.
"I dont remember eating any corn!" (laughing histerically)
LMAO!Are these actually the best thought provoking wisecracks that you could come up with? Of course these are the type of remarks I would expect from a immature juvenile trying to pose as an intellectual especially when you don't even understand how to use the word You're correctly in a sentence. It is certainly obvious that you are simply upset because I have lambasted you time and time again while thoroughly picking apart your incorrect statements and asinine arguments to show that you are clearly out of your league when attempting to debate me on issues or subjects matters you clearly know little about. I am sure it's quite obvious to most of the genesisowners members that your snide comments are nothing but personal attacks which have nothing to do with the topics at hand.