The Volkswagen Virtus is a subcompact sedan (B-segment) manufactured by the German automaker Volkswagen since 2018. It is based on the Polo Mk6 with an extended wheelbase and the same Volkswagen Group MQB A0 platform, which it also closely shares with the Taigo/Nivus and T-Cross/Taigun. Virtus was first introduced in Brazil in November 2017, with sales starting in January 2018. From Brazil, the vehicle has been exported throughout Latin America. In March 2022, the vehicle was introduced in India to replace the Vento and uses the MQB A0 IN platform adapted for India. A redesigned version has been sold as the Škoda Slavia in India, which was introduced in November 2021 and went on sale in February 2022. It was launched with the facelifted appearance, with the front headlight taken from the Taigo and a revised dashboard design. As with the Taigun, Škoda Kushaq and Škoda Slavia, it uses the MQB A0 IN platform, and will be exported to 25 countries.

Petrol: 998 cc, Inline-3 cylinder, TSI Engine, 108 horsepower, 178 Nm torque, 19 kmpl (Manual), 18 kmpl (Automatic) average, 45 litre fuel tank, 6-speed Manual or 6-speed Automatic transmission, 1245 kg Kerb Weight

Petrol: 1498 cc, Inline-4 cylinder, TSI EVO engine, 148 horsepower, 250 Nm torque, 18 kmpl average, 45 litre fuel tank, 7-speed Direct-Shift DSG automatic transmission, 1275 kg Kerb Weight

4 Variants: Comfortline, Highline, Topline, GT Plus

2 Upholsteries: Fabric, Leather/leatherette combination

3 Wheels: 16 inch Steel, 16 inch Scimitar Alloy, 16 inch Razor Black Alloy

6 Colours: Wild Cherry Red, White, Silver, Grey, Yellow, Blue

Price range: Rs. 11.21 lakh – Rs. 17.91 lakh (Ex-showroom, Delhi)