The new Hyundai Equus has been revealed in a series of videos ahead of its debut at this month’s New York auto show.
Shown in three videos from the Korean manufacturer, the facelifted luxury sedan’s driving dynamics, comfort and safety, and design are all highlighted.
Powered by either a 246kW 3.8-litre V6 GDi engine or a 311kW 5.0-litre V8 Tau, the updated Hyundai Equus (Centennial in some markets) receives a slightly revised front grille, ride and handling tweaks and new technology including blind spot assist, adaptive cruise control, around view monitoring, a steering wheel-controlled infotainment system, head-up display, and three driving modes: Normal, Snow and Sport.
While the large Equus is not planned for our market, its smaller sibling, the Hyundai Genesis sedan, is being strongly considered for Australia where it would share showroom space with the already-confirmed Hyundai Genesis coupe.
The New York auto show kicks off on March 27, 2013.