The 2014 Equus has been teased in a purposely obscured image ahead of its US-debut at the 2013 New York AutoShow later this month. It’s difficult to see what Hyundai has done to update its flagship sedan, but the South Korean automaker calls the 2014 model “significantly enhanced.”
The 2014 Hyundai Equus will include “more than 30 new and enhanced features”, with improvements to the exterior and interior styling, ride, handling and vehicle control dynamics, interior material quality, driver technology displays and advanced safety features. Hyundai also says the car will receive new exterior elements, though it’s difficult to discern exactly what those might be from this teaser shot.
Now, if you’re wondering what the 2014 Equus will look like, you can take a look to the South Korean domestic market version of the updated car back in December. For all the other details on Hyundai’s refreshed flagship, we’ll have to wait until the 2014 Equus is unveiled on March 27 in the Big Apple. What do you think the Equus needs to keep up with its luxury sedan competition?