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The new 2017 Volkswagen Jetta TDI is one of the most popular cars on the road and one that VW has been making since it launched the model in 2016.
But a new design tweak that Volkswagen says will make the car less noisy has raised some eyebrows.
The new technology will allow the Jetta to be tuned to be quieter by changing the shape of the front bumper and the front strut bar, the company said on Thursday.
The company also said the changes will reduce the noise of the engine and transmission.
The new system is being tested in a car in a Volkswagen factory and it will be available in 2019, VW said.
The change will reduce vibrations in the front and rear bumpers by changing how the metal is pressed into the metal, the change will also reduce noise by reducing the thickness of the metal bars that are used in the system, Volkswagen said.
Volkswagen said the new system works by moving the metal pieces between two different materials.
The first material moves in front of the bumper and bumps the metal into the air intake, which then moves to the rear bumper and hits the airbox.
The second material is pressed against the bumpers and it hits the metal in the rear bumper, which moves to either the air box or the air vent, the automaker said.
It’s not clear how much quieter the Jettas interior will be because the changes are made at different speeds, VW added.
Volksampers new Jetta is a compact car that is a crossover model and it is a great car, but we cannot make it louder, said James J. Martin, vice president of North America marketing.
He said the design tweaks are intended to improve the noise in the car.
It’s a good thing that they are going to have to do a lot of work to get it to be a good-quality car,” he said.”
The thing is, it’s going to be very noisy,” Martin added.
The change is not the only new feature in the redesigned car. “
I drive my Jetta in the city, on the freeway and I drive it very quiet in the country,” he added.
The change is not the only new feature in the redesigned car.
The car will get new audio systems, including a 7.2-inch sound bar that uses a different system to the one in the current Jetta.
Volkswagen also plans to add an infotainment system, a digital instrument cluster, an adaptive cruise control and an electric charging station.
Volvo said the audio changes will be made in 2019 and are designed to improve driving experience and performance.
Volkswagen said the system will also be available with a larger battery.
The company has been testing the new changes in cars at Volkswagen’s headquarters in Wolfsburg, Germany.