State leaders to get Equus sedans during Nuclear Summit
Korea’s largest automotive group Hyundai Motor said yesterday it will deliver 260 vehicles to be used at an upcoming global summit for nuclear security and terrorism prevention in Seoul.
The group, which has Hyundai Motor and Kia Motors under its wing, said the delivery includes its luxury Equus sedan and Starex van for leaders of the 50 nations that will attend the March 26-27 Nuclear Security Summit.
Hyundai Motor said it will also run a maintenance team of 70 experts. It provided vehicles for the G20 summit in Seoul in 2010.
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