Hyundai has released three presentation videos with the 2014 Centennial/Equus facelift ahead of its New York Auto Show arrival programmed for the end of this month.
These videos are a follow-up to the teaser photo published last week and show we are dealing with a mild facelift bringing a slightly revised front grille along with more technology inside. As previously stated, Hyundai says the updated Equus brings thirty new or updated features, along with several tweaks in the handling and ride departments.
Some of the systems on board include blind spot detection, smart cruise control, haptic steering wheel switch, head-up display, all-around view monitoring, several drive modes (normal, snow, sport) and other tech goodies as well.
Engine choices include a 3.8-liter V6 GDi producing 334 HP (246 kW) and a more potent V8 5.0-liter Tau with 423 HP (311 kW).