It comes with a splitter up front. So you know Volkswagen is never bringing it to India.
The Jetta was criticized by motoring journalists all over the world for being so plain jane boring. Even though it sold by the dozen, Volkswagen decided to appease the discerning enthusiast and has brought out the GLI Autobahn. Revised styling, new suspension, darker black interiors with red constrasts are the additions.
The GLI churns out 200 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of torque from the turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine also found in the Golf GTI. The XDS electronic locking differential found in the GTI takes its place in the GLI. This system limits the torque sent to the inside wheel when cornering hard. This reduces wheel spin.
The GLI has improved handling, thanks to a multi-link rear set up and special damper and spring rates on all four corners.
The Autobahn trim, which is pricier than the normal GLI also has a Fender premium audio system. The kit was co-developed by Fender and Panasonic and delivers 400 watts of power through nine speakers.