Volkswagen Virtus with 18-inch rims looks smoking hot


The Volkswagen Virtus is finally here, and with its arrival, the list of choices of well-designed and engineered sedans for driving enthusiasts has just got expanded. The Virtus comes equipped with 16-inch wheels as standard, which do fill the wheel arches quite nicely. However, this Virtus with after-market 18-inch alloy wheels looks just like what the enthusiasts might have wanted in the first place.

In an Instagram post uploaded by KB Tyres, we can see a top-spec, Carbon Steel Grey coloured Volkswagen Virtus GT with after-market 18-inch Victor alloy wheels. Compared to the 16-inch multi-spoke black-coloured alloy wheels in the stock Virtus GT, these 18-inch alloy wheels look more beautiful with their dual-tone, diamond-cut finish and lesser number of spokes – 10 to be exact.

Volkswagen Virtus modified with 18-inch rims looks smoking hot

These bigger alloy wheels come wrapped with lower-profile tires, and this combination of wheels and tires makes the overall stance of the Volkswagen Virtus GT look very sporty and planted. The bigger wheels and lower-profile tires should enhance the driving experience of the Virtus GT, which is currently one of the most dynamically sorted sedans one can buy in India.

Volkswagen Virtus modified with 18-inch rims looks smoking hot

2022 Volkswagen Virtus

Based on the MQB A0-IN platform from Volkswagen Group, the new Virtus is easily one of the most well-designed and proportional-looking sedans out in the market. The Volkswagen Virtus came in as a replacement for the Vento and is bigger and more sophisticated than the Vento it has replaced. In terms of size, the new Virtus is 4561mm long, 1752mm wide, and 1507mm in height, which makes it bigger than the Vento, but smaller than the sixth-generation Jetta sold in India till 2018.

The new Volkswagen Virtus is available with two engine options, both of which are petrol-powered. The smaller 1.0-liter three-cylinder turbocharged TSI petrol engine produces 115 PS of maximum power and 176 Nm of maximum torque and is available with 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic gearbox choices. There is also a more powerful 1.5-liter four-cylinder turbocharged TSI petrol engine on offer, which is available with a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic as standard and produces 150 PS of power and 250 Nm of torque.

While the 1.0-liter TSI petrol is available in three variants under ‘Dynamic Line’ trim – Comfortline, Highline, and Topline, the 1.5-litre TSI petrol is offered only in a single, fully-loaded GT variant under ‘Performance Line’ trim. Prices for the Volkswagen Virtus start at Rs 11.21 lakh for the base-spec Comfortline 1.0-litre TSI variant.



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