For those who are confused between the two premium mid-size sedans, a detailed review video about the best models will help them make that decision.
Comparison of this top model between VW Virtus and Skoda Slavia covers all aspects, including exterior design, interior space and capabilities. These two products are sold in the same house, under the VW Skoda Group, so they share power supplies, body panels and many other components. However, there are significant styling differences on the outside and inside. To be fair, these are both the upper edges of the 1.0-liter segment. Let’s look at all these differences to help you make the right choice.
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Comparison of VW Virtus and Skoda Slavia group model
Virtus has a stylish VW design philosophy, elegant but not too low fascia, neatly integrated projector headlights on the sides of the glossy front grille with LED DRL and chrome frame, large piano black radiator grille on the bumper, anti-fog lamps with chrome belt. across the width of the car. The sharp creases on the sides emphasize the minimalist design theme, but the alloys give a bold and beautiful look, with chrome embellishments that give the window line an overall premium look. The rear features a built-in boot lip spoiler, a cluster of dedicated LED taillights and a chrome strip on the rear bumper.
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Slavia has the same body panels, but there are differences in exterior design. They are inspired by the language of the Skoda design, with a typical butterfly grille surrounded by a chrome belt on the front, slightly different alloy wheels on the sides and a cluster of sharp LED taillights on the back. The only difference is that it does not have a rotating function with fog lamps and has a difference of 20 mm in length (Virtus longer). Choosing one of these two is a matter of personal choice.
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Interior and features
On the inside, the components, touch screens and features are almost the same. AC fans, control panel, steering wheel buttons, etc. The layout and pattern are different. But apart from aesthetics, these two sedans have the same functionality and convenience.
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Both sedans come with a 1.0-liter TSI turbocharged gasoline engine that produces 115 horsepower and 178 Nm of maximum power and torque. This motor can be combined with a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic converter. The Slavia 1.0-liter high-end trim in the automatic transmission costs 15.39 million rupees in the former showroom. The price of VW Virtus will be announced at the presentation scheduled for the second week of June 2022.