For the moment, there are two specification levels - Active and Elite - and only the Active is available with a manual transmission ($24,790) or a six-speed automatic ($26,790). The Elite is automatic only at $30,790 and overall you'll be chopped for another $3000 over the hatch. The sedan rolls on a different platform (known as K3), which has a longer wheelbase, so you are actually paying for more metal.
The Elite ships with 17-inch alloys, an eight-speaker stereo, dual-zone climate control, keyless entry and start, rear parking sensors, reversing camera, sat nav, auto halogen headlights, fake leather trim, powered boot lid, powered everything else, auto wipers and a full-size spare.
Hyundai's startlingly good new media system has a 10.25-inch screen (up from 8.0-inches in the Active) as well as DAB+ radio, BOSE-branded speakers and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The wireless charging pad is a very nice bonus, but to use the smartphone mirroring you still need to use USB.
I say the new system is startling, it's very similar to the one in the new Kia Sportage, but every time I see it, it feels like it's from a car that's triple the price.