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VW design once again is converging with Audi’s, as evidenced by these latest spy shots of the 2011 Volkswagen Jetta. But rather than swiping blatant cues like the horse-collar grille shape, as was done for the last-gen Jetta, this familial resemblance is based more on proportions and crisp lines. Indeed, this Jetta prototype looks more than a little Audi A4–esque from most angles, although that’s not really a surprise. Since the first VW Jetta appeared in the early 1980s as a wimpy four-door Rabbit derivative, the Jetta has been on an upward march in class and elegance. And based on what we saw at this year’s Detroit auto show in the form of the fetching NCC hybrid concept, the newest one would be perhaps the best-looking yet...

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BREAKING: New 2011 Volkswagen Jetta leaks ahead of official unveiling - Autoblog

by Jeremy Korzeniewski (RSS feed) on Jun 14th 2010 at 4:12PM

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the 1: Boring?

against_the-wall: cool, a new bridge in the background. Looks like the Bay Bridge in Oakland/San Fran?

Iced G35: it's sad that that's the most exciting thing in the picture.

Ascariss: indeed the bridge is quite nice, any more photos of it


jappelflapje: Yea we definately need to get more photos of that bridge..

DEVILax: I have nothing to say...its a 3 box design with 4 wheels and a VW badge..............

............. Niice bridge!!!
 

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This is sad for VW, their designs seem to stay very conservative, but then again, the Fusion or Malibu do not break any new trends, and Mazda has not been selling like a Camry despite very bold designs
 
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