Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd.’s Equus flagship luxury vehicle will be put out to pasture this month to make room for its new VI rear-wheel-drive limousine, Ward’s learns. The auto maker currently is retooling a line for the VI at one of its assembly plants in Ulsan, South Korea. Sales of the new limo will launch in Korea in February, and a teaser rendering showing what the new luxury entry will look like will be released in a few days, a spokesman says. Deliveries of the front-wheel-drive ...
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