And by "in the house" I suppose I mean "in the desert," as that's seemingly where all recent spy photos have been taken. Do you think Hans G. camps out amid the cacti and waits for a "disguised" vehicle to cruise by, at which point he whips out his extreme telephoto lens and clicks away? Whatever his habits, the latest fruit of his arid-climate labor is a couple of snaps depicting Wolfburg's new babies, the 2006 Jetta (pictured) and Passat. Although the details are quite clearly sketchy, you can now get a good solid handle on the size and shape of the sedans, which will be launched next year. And just one tip to whomever camo'd this Jetta: attaching a giant orange and white trailer to the back does not make the car less visible.
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