Hyundai will introduce a three-door version of its i20 aimed at younger buyers.
When it goes on sale in the UK, it will be priced £450 lower than five-door, starting at £8,195.
The new model will get its first public showing at the Geneva Motor Show on March 3.
Hyundai expects i20 buyers will make the 1.2-litre petrol engine – dubbed ‘Kappa’ – the best-selling power plant in the range.
The three-door i20 is available to order now, with the first examples arriving in UK showrooms in April.
Hyundai will also be unveiling its new SUV concept, the Ix-onic.
The new five-seater concept will be the headline model for the Korean brand at the show and is likely to be confirmed for production.
The concept is powered by a 168bhp, 1.6-litre GDi turbocharged petrol engine with ISG (idle stop and go) technology and a double-clutch six-speed transmission.
Hyundai hasn’t officially announced if it will go into production and there is no word on when UK dealers can expect to see a production ready version.