Volkswagen Jetta GLI MOMO Edition: spirit italo-German to the SEMA Show

Perhaps Volkswagen is low hours due to the scandal of the engines TDI souped-up, but their sales have not been significantly reduced by the time and in this case we speak of a petrol car, so let’s forget the Dieselgate for a while. In the SEMA Las Vegas, Volkswagen and the Italian company MOMO – manufacturer of accessories as ruffles or tires – will present the Volkswagen Jetta GLI MOMO Edition.

“MOMO” is a word present in the width and length of the passenger compartment of the car, the trim on the seats, for example.

A special edition for the Jetta more sporty, which it shares engine with our Golf GTI. Shares engine 2.0 TSI, but not power, which remains at 210 HP, associated with a gearbox DSG of double clutch and six relations. Even so, is the Jetta more powerful currently on sale, and the name GLI is exclusive to the u.s. market. The preparation is light, and it starts out with a tires multirradio 19-inch, one of the first designs with a look so German ever created by MOMO.

These wheels model the “Revenge” feeling of wonder at the Jetta, whose red bodywork plays an interesting contrast with the dark grey of the wheels, wrapped in tires Pirelli P Zero measures 235/35 ZR19. coilovers signed by H&R come something more this Jetta to the ground, that series is now equipped with a sport-tuned suspension. The braking equipment has been updated with perforated discs of 365 mm in diameter, and Brembo of 4 pistons. All in all, the engine does not receive an increase in power, at least has not been announced.

Yes get a new exhaust, a silent signed by Milltek Sport. In the interior, MOMO brings his Italian flair with a steering wheel GT50 Anniversario, with details in yellow color. Details in yellow that extend along the length and width of the dashboard. In the grid of aeration of the left side of the car P3 Cars has equipped a small display customizable in that you can check the pressure of blowing the turbo or timing the acceleration to 60 miles per hour.

Source: Carscoops
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