The first ever three-door B-segment model produced by Hyundai is called the i20 Coupe and it has been officially unveiled recently.
The brand new Hyundai i20 Coupe is based, of course, on the new generation of the i20, which has shown its face at the 2014 Paris Motor Show, a few months back, and it is the second body style of the model. This is coming with a sloping roof line, standing 25 mm lower, with more raked pillars for a dynamic look, a rear mounted spoiler, a different front bumper, a larger grille and several other tweaks.
The overall impression on the Hyundai i20 Coupe is that this looks sportier than its five-door brother. Besides the tweaks mentioned above, the small car is also coming with slightly bigger taillights, with 17-inch alloy wheels, a Tangerine Orange exterior finish and the orange interior. The trunk space has been increased by 10 liters, to 336 liters, while the headroom, legroom and shoulder room have remained the same.
The same engines as the 5-door i20 are found on the i20 Coupe. These include the 84 HP and 122 Nm 1.25 liter, the 100 HP and 134 Nm 1.4 liter, the 75 HP and 180 Nm 1.1 liter diesel and the 90 HP and 240 Nm 1.4 liter diesel. Hyundai hasn’t announced an official pricing for the new i20 Coupe just yet but the model will be going on sale in March or April, next year.