The current Volkswagen Jetta is getting a bit long in the tooth, so VW is going to give the 2015 Jetta a facelift.
The current Volkswagen Jetta is getting a bit long in the tooth, so VW is going to give the 2015 Jetta a facelift. The brand has confirmed that the updated 2015 Jetta will be unveiled at the New York Auto Show in April.
Following a disappointing year, VW is going to focus on updating its main core models, which includes a new Jetta this year, which will be followed by an updated Passat next year. Later this year the new 7th-generation 2015 Golf and Golf SportWagen models will roll into showrooms.
In 2016 VW’s new mid-size SUV is going to finally arrive, which will be followed by a new Tiguan. VW of America’s new CEO Michael Horn revealed that the design of the next Tiguan is almost done, which will be an evolution of the current Tiguan.
Source: Automotive News