If you are one of the few who isn't convinced Apple's iPad is worth $600, head over to the New York Auto Show this week and get one for free.

Well, not exactly free.

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Hyundai is offering a free iPad to anyone willing to lay a sizable down payment on its 2011 Hyundai Equus -- its $55,000 luxury sedan. Yes, the same automaker known for practicality  and a sub-$10,000 new car.

Photos: Hyundai Equus debuts at the New York Auto Show

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I don't see buyers in the market for a Lexus, Mercedes or an Audi luxury sedan heading over to their Hyundai dealer to take a look the Equus.

But what do all those greenbacks get you from the Korean automaker?

-- V-8 Engine, 385 hp., zero to 60 mph in 6.8 seconds
-- A 608-watt, 17-speaker, 13-channel Lexicon sound system
-- Heated, cooled (and optional) massage seats for the driver
-- Reclining rear heated and cooled seats with foot rest
-- High-intensity discharge Xenon headlights with adaptive lighting
-- Rear and optional front-view cameras that help you park and pull out of blind spots like an alley

Photos: Newsday /Jose Moreno

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