2014 Hyundai Equus Facelift Premiere
Four years after the Equus’ inaugural launching ceremony, Hyundai unveiled the facelifted Equus in South Korea.
Known also as Hyundai Centennial in some International markets, the carmaker’s flagship sedan received a plethora of styling updates and new luxury features.
The 2014 Hyundai Equus facelift incorporates more refined exterior look which helps it stand out from other models competing in the luxury segment worldwide.
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The 2014 Equus incorporates a slightly redesigned front fascia with slightly less chrome applied to the front bumper. Additionally, the luxury sedan also features updated alloy-wheels and new LED rear combination lamps.
Along with the exterior styling update come several subtle changes made to the luxurious interior of the facelifted Equus luxury sedan.
The interior boasts a restyled dashboard, new premium clock in the middle of the center fascia and double-stitched leather seats.
Dimension-wise, the updated Equus luxury sedan hasn’t grown in size and maintains the same dimensions as previous model.
2014 Equus luxury features
The updated Hyundai Equus luxury sedan sports a variety of newly applied safety systems and advanced convenience features including the HUD (Head-Up Display) which projects important driving information to the windshield, blind spot detection, haptic steering, upgraded smart cruise control, an all-around view monitor and full TFT-LCD cluster.
Hyundai has, so far, only released the information about the Korean-specs Equus model, however, the company did say that the Equus “facelift” is expected to further elevate the carmaker’s brand image worldwide, which means the mid-cycle styling changes will most likely be applied to the U.S. market Equus as well.
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