Volkswagen Virtus

Volkswagen Virtus




The sedan counterpart and the brand new, sixth-generation Polo coming from Brazil is the Volkswagen Virtus. This second-generation Volkswagen Vento comes to the Indian market to take over the sedan sector.

 

The styling of the Virtus is very similar to the Polo but the boot of this model is smartly integrated to mimic the Vento. The Virtus sedan's wheelbase measures 2,650mm, which is 80mm more than that of the Polo. The front styling and the doors are the same as the hatchback, however, due to the extended wheelbase, the rear door become slightly larger. This also implies that the cabin space for the passengers will be wider.

 

 

The rear has stylish wraparound tail lamps and a sloping roofline on the boot. The bumpers are distinctive with chrome detailing. The fog lamps are placed with ample space for the tail lamps as well. The cabin itself is also very spacious and offers 521-litre boot. It also has the same 10.3-inch digital instrument cluster, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system and LED Headlamps.

 

 

Looking at the popularity of sedans in India, the Virtus would be a big hit with the Indian audiences. This car is comfortable to drive, smooth sailing for the Indian roads. It is the perfect size to be a small family car. Ensure your Volkswagen Virtus is secured with Royal Sundaram’s car insurance policy which comes with a host of attractive features such as cashless claims and roadside network.