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Hyundai Gives the 2013 Equus a Facelift in Korea

Hyundai has unveiled the facelifted 2013 Equus in Korea. To keep its flagship sedan fresh, Hyundai has given the Equus updated styling and new features.

On the outside the 2013 Equus gets updates that include less chrome on the front bumper, as well as redesigned wheels and LED rear combination lamps. The interior gets a redesigned premium clock in the middle of the center fascia and double-stitched leather seats. Meanwhile, Equus maintains the exterior dimensions of the previous version.

The 2013 Equus also gets new safety features such as the Head-Up Display (HUD), which projects speed and navigation information on the windshield so drivers can keep their eyes on the road. Blind Spot Detection (BSD), which detects and alerts drivers of vehicles and other objects in blind spots, also ensures safer driving. Haptic steering, an all-around view monitor, a full TFT-LCD cluster and improved smart cruise control are also featured in the new Equus.

Hyundai didn't announce when the updates will be applied to the US-spec Equus.

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