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Not a dollar was spared in the creation of the interiors for Volkswagen’s latest Jetta and Passat, says the auto maker’s top U.

S. designer.

When the cars debuted, critics found fault with their cabins, saying VW had cut too much cost, reducing content and scaling back on material quality in order to lower sticker prices and widen their market appeal.

But Jae Min, chief designer-group interior at VW’s Design Center California, says that never happened.




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Head Designer Says VW Did Not Sacrifice Interior Quality On New Jetta Or Passat

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