We've heard it enough that it does no good griping about it further – the nifty Hyundai i30 three-door we just saw in the metal at the Paris Motor Show isn't crossing the Atlantic. Those who will get the i30 can now watch it in rolling glory, with Hyundai finally releasing promotional footage of its newest hatch.

Slightly restyled to put design room between it and the five-door i30, a 126-horsepower four-cylinder is the highlighted engine among a wide range of powerplants mated to either six-speed manual or automatic transmissions. You can see how she runs in the video below.

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