Hyundai's i40 Tourer will cost from £18,395 when it goes on sale in September.
The family estate comes with the choice of two petrol engines – a 1.6 and 2.0-litre, and a 1.7-litre diesel engine with either 113bhp or 134bhp.
Buyers can choose one of three trims: entry-level Active, Style and top-spec Premium.
Standard equipment includes 16-inch alloy wheels, Bluetooth connectivity with voice recognition, steering wheel-mounted controls, electric windows and an electric parking brake with automatic hold.
Style versions get sat-nav, rear-view camera, parking sensors and cruise and climate controls.
Top-spec Premium models have leather seats, panoramic sunroof and keyless entry, while lane-departure warning, heated leather-trimmed steering wheel and ventilated front seats are also included.
Hyundai promises low running costs with the i40. The lower-powered diesel versions emit less than 120g/km of CO2, have average economy of 65.7mpg and sit in insurance group 12.
All versions come with a five-year warranty, five-year roadside assistance and five years of vehicle health checks. A four-door saloon joins the range later in the year.
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