Volkswagen has released another teaser of the 2019 Jetta, this time giving us a better look at the sedan’s profile in the form of a solitary sketch.

Volkswagen North America CEO Hinrich Woebcken had previously said the new Jetta will adopt a coupé-like silhouette, and that appears to hold true here. As you can see, the rear window slopes gently towards the lip spoiler and taillights, the latter linking up with pronounced creases near the beltline.

Meanwhile, the bold front end is made up of a hexagonal grille connected to what appears to be pretty sizeable headlights (likely of the LED variety). Compared to another teaser posted on Volkswagen’s Canadian site (posted below), we do see some clear distinctions between the two, the previous one being a little “blocky” in appearance.

Could there be two versions of the latest generation Jetta, similar to what was done in the past with the Passat, where a specific model was designed for the North American market? Unlike its bigger sedan sibling, the Jetta has always existed in just one form for each generation. We’ll have to wait for the full reveal to find out.

First drive reports from North American media outlets indicate the new Jetta is larger than its predecessor, measuring 43.5 mm longer, 20 mm wider and 5 mm taller. Wheelbase is also up by 33 mm to 2,685 mm, which should contribute to a roomier cabin.

The car rides on the modular MQB platform that is also used on the latest Golf, Polo, and even the three-row Atlas. Power will come from a 1.4 litre turbocharged petrol engine, mated to either a conventional eight-speed automatic or six-speed manual for the United States market.