Hyundai unveiled the second-generation i20 in early October at the Paris Motor Show.
At the time they also teased their first B-segment three-door car, the i20 Coupe, which has now been fully revealed expanding the i20 range to two models.
The i20 Coupe is not a typical coupe and could easily be called a hatch, but despite that it is a good looking car.
Compared to the standard five-door i20, the coupe has more raked pillars, sloping roofline that sits 25mm lower, rear-mounted spoiler, modified front bumper incorporating a larger grille, bigger taillights and new 17-inch alloy wheels.
Even though the car is lower it has the same headroom, legroom and shoulder room than standard i20, while trunk space has increased by 10 litres to 336 litres.
From launch the i20 Coupe will be offered with a range of petrol and diesel units with power from 84bhp to 100bhp.
It is an attractive car and clearly could use a more powerful engine as well. Good news is that a new 1.0-litre turbocharged three-cylinder petrol will join the range later in 2015.
The i20 Coupe will go on sale in Spring 2015.