South Korean automaker will be putting their 2014 Equus flagship sedan on display at the New York International Auto Show at the end of March. But prior to that, they've released this darkened teaser image of the car, accompanied by a short statement saying the 2014 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 had introduced the 2014 Equus to their South Korean market back in December, and the New York debut will most likely have the same features.
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