Volkswagen Jetta is about to be rethought, as evidenced by the recent appearance of a prototype. The current Jetta, the sixth iteration of the nameplate, has been on sale since 2011. We expect the new 7th generation model to begin early next year. like a 2019 Volkswagen Jetta model.
The designers threw out the bland and unobtrusive lines of the current car and created a more emotional design for the seventh generation of nameplate. At the front, the sharp lights and the hexagonal grille are part of Volkswagen’s new design language, which we will see at the end of the month on the T-Roc crossover. The waist line is higher than before, and the roofline is almost like a fastback. The taillights are reminiscent of the latest Audi A4.
Expect the standard 1.4-liter turbocharged in-line four-cylinder to be replaced by the new Jetta. It is currently rated at 150 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque, but Volkswagen may find a little more ponies by the time the turbo four makes its way to the new engine compartment of the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta. Plan on a standard manual transmission and an optional automatic. A more powerful version of GLI also seems inevitable.
The 2019 Volkswagen Jetta could be unveiled this calendar year. Given the importance of the model to the US market, this unveiling could take place at the Los Angeles auto show this fall, with cars reaching dealerships in mid-2018. Expect the cost of entry to increase slightly from the current starting price of $ 18,715.