According to a recent report, capacity constraints have killed the Volkswagen Jetta coupe.

According to a recent report, Volkswagen will not build the New Compact Coupe concept (Jetta Coupe).

Speaking with sources at the Frankfurt Motor Show, Car and Driver has learned capacity constraints, at the company's plant in Mexico, have forced VW to axe production plans.

In related news, the magazine says the Beetle convertible will be unveiled at the New York Auto Show and the Jetta Hybrid will debut at the North American International Auto Show. The latter model will reportedly have a turbocharged 1.4-liter TSI petrol engine, a lithium-ion battery and "big-time fuel-economy numbers."

Gallery: Volkswagen Jetta coupe is a no-go - report