2017 Volkswagen Jetta Coupe – The 2017 VW Jetta is a critical car for the brand and will expand on the current body styles. Believe it or not, the total value of annual production volume of the Jetta and spin-off models is a whopping 1.7 million units, compared to 850,000-unit capacity for the Golf. While these images show the NMC, a mini-CC based on the Jetta, is what is clear that the Jetta to offer more body variants for the next generation.
So the 2017 Volkswagen Jetta Coupe affairs. What is new?
The current Jetta has revealed on sale in Europe since 2010, with a facelift at the 2014 New York Auto Show. This will flood the Jetta – it sold only a few thousand per year here in the UK – for the next generation. A Jetta sedan, wagon and Alltrack models were locked in, but a source of VW headquarters in Wolfsburg, Germany, CAR has said: “We are still toss the coin on a fourth variant Jetta ‘.
What could be the variant?
One obvious possibility would be a smaller version of the New Midsize Coupe (NMC) that VW showed at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show (pictured). But insiders say that the NMC-style Jetta is excluded because it is a two-plus-two instead of five-seater. What is more likely is a two-door version: that’s right, a VW Jetta Coupe. Imagine a cut-price, less absurd Scirocco, the outlandish to go for the 2018th
A Jetta Coupe?
The North American market loves her two doors – View of Honda, the coupe versions of its Civic and Accord models sold Stateside – as a two-door, slim profile Jetta could be the key.
Part of the plan includes the Jetta is larger than the current car, with more interior space-ended by an extension of the current model 2.61m wheelbase. This is potentially true legroom seats in the two-door, and allow plenty of space in the sedan and back.
What about engines?
The highly flexible and Hybrid, EV and even natural gas in the position – – on the MQB platform of the next Jetta will benefit from small capacity of VW, very economical turbocharged petrol engines. Hybridization is big on the agenda, as emissions laws and push the VW group to ever tightening plug-in hybrids – as seen in the VW Golf and Audi A3 GTE e-tron. Expect a little tech to reduce emissions and thirst for all models, even if the Jetta growing the total size.
A decision was not from whether the Chattanooga plant or Puebla, Mexico were made at the factory green light for the tech-laden two-door, sedan and build will be given. Chatanooga currently supplies Jetta for worldwide consumption, including VW German home. (via carmagzine.co.uk)