2013 Hyundai Equus debuted in Korea

Posted on 12 December 2012 by Tony Santos

2013 Hyundai Equus

If the Nissan’s luxury sport sedan, Infiniti G Sedan is about to take the stage this January for the NAIAS 2013, the Korean car manufacturer Hyundai have just unveiled its enhanced Equus in Korea.

Hyundai improved the Equus to make it more competitive in the luxury market segment. It’s aimed to group of busy leaders who needs the right space and features while maintaining their road social status.

The Korean car maker enhanced the first generation Equus’s design, performance and other features.

The refined Equus features a more modern exterior design with less chrome on the front bumper, redesigned wheels and LED rear combination lamps. Along with the facelifted aesthetics, inside there’s a premium clock in the middle fascia and double-stitched leather seats.

Aside from these enhanced interior and exterior features, there are great technological advancements you can enjoy while driving this car. The rear passengers will have smooth riding experience with improved suspension for rough road balance and comfort. There will be also this ultra-safe Head-Up Display (HUD), which displays speed and navigation information on the windshield so drivers won’t have to take their eyes off the road along with Blind Spot Detection (BSD), which senses and alerts drivers of cars and other items in blind spots. There will also haptic steering, an all-around view monitor, a full TFT-LCD cluster and updated smart cruise control.

There is still no word on how much will it cost you to drive one, but we’ll let you know once these major details comes up.

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