After the premiere of the second generation i20, which was held at the Motor Show in Paris, Hyundai has unveiled its attractive 3-door version. Korean manufacturer wanted this time to make a clear distinction between models with 5 and 3 doors, so that the i20 Coupe stylistically differs from the standard Hyundai i20. The car has a more dynamic exterior appearance, which is characterized by a large grille, different front bumper and fog lights. The most changes occurred at the rear of the vehicle. The Coupe has an emphasized rear fenders, different brake lights and bumper, as well as a small rear window. A special characteristic of this part of the car gives inclined “C” pillars and roof spoiler, and to make it look more attractive, i20 Coupe is equipped with 17-inch alloy wheels. Hyundai i20 Coupe is lower than the 5-door version for 25 mm, but from brand said that this did not affect the useful space in the cabin, while the boot capacity is even increased and amounts 336 l. If you expected more powerful engines than those in standard i20, you will be disappointed. Hyundai Coupe will use the same engines as in the 5-door model. In the offer will be will be two petrol engines, 1.25-liter with 85 hp and 122 Nm and 1.4-liter with 100 hp and 134 Nm. There will be also available and two diesel engines, 1.1-liter engine with 75 hp and 180 Nm and 1.4-liter with 90 hp and 240 Nm. The engines are mated to a six-speed manual transmission, except in the case of 1:25 liter petrol in which power is transmitted to the wheels via a five-speed transmission, while a four-speed automatic transmission is available as an option in the petrol engines of 1.4-liter.