2014 Hyundai Equus Revealed, Explained Ahead of New York Debut [Video]
The newly refreshed Equus, now known as the Centennial, comes with a few subtle, yet effective changes, and several technology updates, the Korean carmaker bragging about some thirty new features.
More luxurious than its predecessor, the Centennial comes with the latest safety and driving hallmarks, such as blind spot detection, smart cruise control, all-around view monitoring or several drive modes just to name a few.
As we already told you last week, the new Hyundai Equus has an engine lineup comprising just two units, a 3.8-liter V6 and a 5.0-liter V8, more than suitable for the US market.
Without further ado, we'll let you check out the video below, in which Hyundai explains the car's improved design, dynamics, comfort and safety.