JMS presents a new look for the Volkswagen Bora (Jetta) IV. It features a new front end, side skirts, new wheels and rubber, as well as a reworked rear end. The work is said to be TÜV approved.
JMS has taken a Volkswagen Bora Mk IV and given it a whole new kit. VW has previously used the name Bora in some markets to mean the Jetta sedan. The tuner guarantees its work is up to standard and the TÜV approval gives it that extra selling point. The Racelook front bumper has three big cutouts. Buyers can choose to fit either black or silver vents for it. They can also specify if they want it with or without an opening for fog lights. Should fogs be specified then well-known lighting manufacturer Hella will supply Micro-DE pieces at a price of €89 per pair.
Side skirts are available for all the Bora versions. They feature air ducts and are integrated well into the body. The rear bumper is quite dynamic as it can be utilised in conjunction with very much any tailpipe layout.
The JMS Bora IV runs on 225/35R19 tyres which are coupled with Eta Beta 8x19 wheels with stainless steel inlays. At €2,799 for the set they are not cheap, but again, the work is said to be very good. To give the car a brawnier look JMS installs a stainless steel H&H coilover that lowers the front end by 55mm and the rear end by 45mm.