The Korean company announced the highlights at the Hyundai stand for this year’s edition Paris Motor Show.
The first premiere will be the Hyundai ix20 MPV which can be viewed in this single image released today, and all we know about it so far is that its design is intended to step away from the usual ‘boxy’ minivan aspect.
The Hyundai ix20 MPV was designed by the automaker’s R&D center in Russelsheim, Germany and besides the ‘people-carier’ functionality, the new model will also be fun to drive.
The 2011 Hyundai i10 will represent thea second debut from the Korean automaker, which besides the a refreshed design will also come with a new 1.0-litre engine that promises CO2 emissions below 99 g/Km.
We’ll have more details with the Hyundai ix20 MPV as well as with the 2011 Hyundai i10 at the time of the show. 
Hyundai press release :
At this year’s Mondial de l’Automobile in Paris on September 30th,
Hyundai will celebrate the world premiere of its new B-segment MPV
(Multi Purpose Vehicle).  To be presented as the Hyundai ix20,
a sketch revealed today shows the new model as a striking departure
from the boxy ‘minivan’ image typically associated with the segment,
adopting a more dynamic, sportier profile in line with Hyundai’s
reputation as a modern, progressive automaker.
Designed and developed at Hyundai’s European R&D centre in
Rüsselsheim, Germany, the ix20 is the second European car, following the
ix35, to adopt Hyundai’s new ‘fluidic sculpture’ design language.  The
name ix20 reflects the new model’s crossover-like versatility – a
vehicle with the ability to simultaneously serve as a functional
people-carrier while providing a dynamic, fun-to-drive experience.
Another model making its world premiere at Paris is the new i10.
This upgraded version of Hyundai’s popular city car benefits from a
comprehensive set of enhancements in terms of design, specification and
competiveness – including a new 1.0-litre engine with CO2 emissions of just 99 g/km.
The international motor show will also afford Hyundai the opportunity to showcase the latest developments of its Blue DriveTM
eco-focused program. The company is targeting global leadership in
environmental technologies, and the new models look set to contribute
further to reductions in emissions from new Hyundai vehicles sold in
Hyundai has extended its display area at this year’s show by 66%, in
order to showcase the company’s broad product line-up and new
More news of Hyundai’s Paris star cars will be published in advance
of the show and will be available on the stand. The company’s press
conference will take place at 16:15 (CET) on Thursday September 30th.

Source: Hyundai