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Hyundai offers free iPad with purchase of Equus

Scott Margason, Hyundai Motor America Director of Product

Scott Margason, Hyundai Motor America Director of Product Planning, introduced Hyundai's all-new flagship, the luxurious Equus sedan, during the North American debut press conference at the New York International Auto Show today. Equus will compete with the best luxury sedans in the world on all levels including amenities, performance, advanced technologies, design and ownership experience when it arrives at select Hyundai dealerships late this summer. Photo Credit: WPD/Hyundai

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.

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

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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