AutoComplete: VW teases the new Jetta GLI ahead of Chicago
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
Volkswagen's GTI for people who hate hatchbacks, aka the GLI, is coming to the Chicago Auto Show.
And to get everybody's dander up, it showed a little teaser of what we can expect.
Based on what we're seeing, it looks like a Jetta with a GTI-like grill which totally makes sense.
Other than that, we can assume it will get the same engine and transmission options as its hatch-ified sibling and probably be in the same ballpark price wise too.
Mazda's going new model crazy.
We've got the new Mazda 3NLA and already we're being told to expect a new SUV in Geneva.
We're thinking it could be a new CX4, a model which previously only sold in China.
Mazda didn't name the model outright in it's teaser, but it did say that it would feature the latest and greatest in Mazda trains, the skyactiv-x gasoline compression ignition engine.
When Land Rover released the Velar, it was meant to be a more affordable version of its full, fat, big daddy Range Rover models.
What it actually end up being is the way more attractive version of the Range Rover that's going to be totally capable of all the things that people actually use their Range Rover.
Four, now Land Rover's getting ready to offer the Velar in its SV autobiography trim which means that it gets all the fancy bells and whistles you can think off and a big, mean sounding VA under the hood, we're stoked.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com, we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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