Three 2019 Volkswagen Jetta models at SEMA

October 31 2018,

Three 2019 Volkswagen Jetta models at SEMA

For those who are unaware of it, the Las Vegas SEMA Show is the number one destination for tuning fans.

Tuners and parts specialists are there in large numbers, but manufacturers also go there every year to show their latest models from a different angle. Case in point, Volkswagen and the 2019 Jetta.

This year, Volkswagen has presented three versions of its new Jetta sedan.

The first comes from H&R Springs and is equipped with a lowered suspension obviously coming from H&R. 19-inch wheels from Rotiform are also included as well as more efficient brakes and an aerodynamic Air Design body kit.

The second Jetta was prepared by Air Design USA and uses as a starting point a Jetta Comfortline. Its modifications include 19-inch TSW wheels and an aerodynamic package designed by Air Design USA like the Jetta H&R.

Finally, an entry-level Jetta prepared by Jamie Orr, a Volkswagen fanatic, is also shown in Las Vegas. It receives a modified suspension, 20-inch Work wheels and Brembo brakes.

These three models prove that the new Jetta is tuner-ready just like the models of generations past.


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