SAN FRANCISCO - To test the reaction of U.S. luxury buyers to a South Korean entry, Hyundai Motor America is considering bringing a version of the Equus large luxury sedan, already available in its domestic market, to the U.S. John Krafcik, vice president-product development and strategic planning, tells Ward's the vehicle would slot in above the new Azera, which is the replacement for the XG 350 and Hyundai's current flagship car in the U.S. (See related story: Hyundai Debuts Azera ...

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