2020 Volkswagen Jetta GLI 2.0 Turbo Speed Specs, Engine, Redesign, & Review – With the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta previously amid us, we are greatly looking forward to the sportier GLI variant. Not really that 147 horsepower (110 kilowatts) in the base model is dull, but there’s usually room for more power. The new generation of VW’s much-loved sedan has not yet however obtained a power upgrade, but which should change at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit arrive January. The Motor1.com team in Brazil located the new model in nearby Argentina well before VW would like you to view it.
These graphics published by our good friends at Argentina Autoblog show the Volkswagen Jetta GLI in the international airport covered by plastic-type material sheets for protection. An astute viewer is known as Luis. R. A. directed the photos to the website, getting up near to the new car to show us details of the interior and of the rear, in which GLI images can easily be viewed on both the base of the steering wheel and the trunk lid – identical to that of Golf GTI.
Like all other Jetta versions, the GLI will probably be built in Mexico for all of North and South America. The greatest part is which it will feature the 2.0 TSI turbocharged engine from the Golf GTI, making 230 hp (172 kW) which goes through a DSG dual clutch automatic gearbox, or a standard-problem six-speed manual. It is going to be the only version of the sedan in this generation to have multilink suspension in the rear; the other Jetta layouts continue to use a torsion beam installation.
In interviews with Argentina Autoblog, José Carlos Pavone, Volkswagen’s chief of design for South America, stated that the Jetta GLI could have a much more competitive and sportier design than the R-Line. This is often seen on five-spoke alloy wheels with red collections very similar to individuals of the Golf GTI, not to talk about the black roof. We can’t wait for its coming.