On the plane of the silver trim on the door, above the ignition switch, and above the glove box, there is no silver trim between the steering column and center console. Older cars had one. It could be a photoshop mistake but I'm guessing it was removed to reduce assembly time and the cost of the car. The Golf 6 and other 2010 models had some things like revised wiring and combined electronics modules to reduce assembly time because it cost too much to build. I'm guessing the Jetta was also revised with this in mind. Obviously they are looking to build any car as efficiently as possible.What's missing? It looks like it's the final model.
Gotta agree with this. Looks like the Jetta evolved into an Accord in terms of styling. Big yawn. Hope it's better in person. People with 2010's should be happy !I guess this is a "must see in person" type car. While the inside is as I expect, Golf style but with leather, the outside needs to be viewed up close to see the true effect of surface detailing.
Right now, off hand the Camry looks less bland.