2020 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA THREE CUSTOM AT SEMA REVIEW, SPECS, & CHANGES – The new Volkswagen Jetta may possibly cost a bit under its predecessor, but we located the Jetta SEL to be a large amount with plenty of features and an excellent warranty. It also managed to get the focus of three diverse tuners which will get their customized Jettas at SEMA this year.
2020 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA THREE CUSTOM AT SEMA REVIEW
H&R Special Springs chose the Jetta R-Line to show off its upgraded suspension components. The show car has been lowered with HAndR coil-overs and is placed on 19-inch Rotiform BUC wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zero auto tires. Its look has also been altered with a body kit, a rear spoiler, a graphics package, and a group of Volkswagen extras.
Air Design, which actually provided the body kit for the H&R car, states its Jetta was inspired by the 1980s and ’90s. The 19-inch TSW wheels are a modern remake of the DTM-inspired Hockenheim wheels from the 1990s, while the graphics are said to give the body kit a tiny bit of a vintage visual appeal. It’s already been minimized and provided a custom interior.
Finally, self-sufficient tuner Jamie Orr got his on the job a White Silver Jetta S with a manual transmission. Orr lowered his car with a set of changeable coil-overs from KW and extra 20-inch Work Feeling T5R 2P wheels. He then upgraded the brakes, extra a 3 dimensional-printed out body kit and tailored the interior with houndstooth-patterned seats.