VIDEO: Upcoming 2011 Volkswagen
Jetta Polo sedan caught testing
Take a look at details like the wheel arches, the size of the rear doors and the overall size of the vehicle – it appears that prototypes shown in the video are the upcoming B-segment model from VW. The interior also looks more like the interior of the current European Polo than the MK VI Golf. The Jetta will likely have an appearance more like the Golf and current Jetta with a character line in the sheetmetal just below the belt line and more and somewhat more subdued wheel arches. Currently, the Polo is only available as a three- or five-door hatchback in Europe, but VW is developing the sedan specifically for the North American market. It's likely that the North American Polo will be built in Puebla, Mexico alongside the Jetta. Power will probably come from the new 1.2-liter TSI four-cylinder with 104 hp with the possible option of VW's new 1.6-liter TDI diesel. Check out the video after the jump – just make sure to substitute "Polo" in your mind every time the narrator says "Jetta."
[Source: Inside Line]
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