Volkswagen Virtus Brochure 2022 PDF Details
Volkswagen Virtus Brochure 2022
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Volkswagen Virtus Brochure 2022
The new Volkswagen Virtus has just made its world debut, and India will be the first country to receive the sedan. It’s worth mentioning that the Virtus is already offered in over 25 countries as Volkswagen’s worldwide midsize sedan, and the model presented today is its made-in-India update. The Virtus will also take the place of VW’s ageing Vento sedan in the Indian market.
The 2019 Volkswagen Virtus will come in two variant lines: Dynamic Line, which includes all 1.0 TSI models, and Performance Line, which includes 1.5 TSI models. Starting today, pre-bookings for the Virtus are available.
Volkswagen Virtus: design and dimensions
With its crisp and well-proportioned overall appearance, the new Virtus maintains loyal to Volkswagen’s newest design language. The grille and bumper have subtle chrome elements, and there are sleek wraparound headlights up front. Its resemblance to its sibling, the Skoda Slavia, is most obvious when viewed from the side, as the silhouette, glass house, and shoulder line are nearly identical. Wraparound taillights and a clever bumper design can be found on the back of the new Virtus. The Virtus 1.5’s top-spec model will be known as the Virtus GT, comparable to the Taigun GT. The exterior of the Virtus GT features a lot of black detailing to help it stand out from the rest of the lineup.
Wild Cherry Red, Candy White, Carbon Steel Grey, Curcuma Yellow, Reflex Silver, and Rising Blue Metallic are the six colour options for the Virtus.
The Virtus is based on the same MQB A0-IN platform as the Skoda Slavia, hence its dimensional similarities are unsurprising. It is one of the bigger sedans in the midsize market, measuring 4,561mm long, 1,752mm wide, 1,507mm height, and having a 2,651mm wheelbase. It features a 521-litre cargo space.
Volkswagen Virtus: interiors and features
Inside, the Virtus boasts a tiered dashboard with a beautifully integrated 10-inch touchscreen entertainment system and VW’s new three-spoke steering wheel, which is identical to that of the Taigun SUV. The GT model has red accents on the dashboard, red stitching, and aluminium pedals, all of which add to the car’s athletic appeal.
An 8-inch digital instrument cluster, wireless phone charging, connected car tech, an 8-speaker audio system, auto climate control, ventilated front seats, a sunroof, ambient lighting, cooled glovebox, auto headlamps and wipers, a tyre pressure monitor, six airbags, ESC, hill-hold control, and five adjustable headrests are among the other features available with the fully equipped Virtus.
Volkswagen Virtus: engine and gearbox options
The new Virtus, like the Slavia and Taigun, comes with two turbo-petrol engine options. These include a 1.0-litre three-cylinder TSI engine with 115hp and 175Nm (only available on DynamicLine versions) and a 1.5-litre four-cylinder TSI engine with 150hp and 250Nm (only available on Performance Line variants).
With both engines, a 6-speed manual transmission is included as standard. A 6-speed torque converter is available on the 1.0 TSI, while a 7-speed DCT gearbox is available on the 1.5 TSI.
Volkswagen Virtus: launch and rivals
The redesigned Virtus is likely to be released in the next months by Volkswagen. It will compete with its Skoda Slavia brother as well as the Honda City, Hyundai Verna, and Maruti Suzuki Ciaz in the midsize sedan sector whenever it is released.
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