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Volkswagen Virtus launched. Prices start at INR. 11.21 lakh
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Volkswagen Virtus launched. Prices start at INR. 11.21 lakh

Volkswagen has launched the Virtus in India, with a starting price of INR. 11.21 lakh for the 1.0 TSI Comfortline variant, going up to INR. 17.91 lakh for the top-spec 1.5 TSI GT variant. Bookings for the Virtus are already underway. The Volkswagen Virtus is based on the MQB-A0-IN platform, which it shares with the Skoda Slavia. The exterior styling of the Virtus is distinct and typical VW, with clean and crisp lines. The car gets LED headlamps and 16-inch alloy wheels as standard. Inside, the top-spec version of Virtus gets features like a 10-inch touchscreen infotainment system, an 8.0-inch instrument cluster, wireless phone charging, connected car tech, ventilated seats, a sunroof, cooled glovebox and auto headlamps and wipers. On the safety front, higher variants get six a...
Hyundai Creta N Line officially revealed. To go on sale in South American market initially
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Hyundai Creta N Line officially revealed. To go on sale in South American market initially

Hyundai has officially revealed the new Creta N Line SUV. Inspired by the performance of the Korean automakers’ N cars, the N Line gives the consumers a glimpse of what the N’s capabilities are. The sportier iteration of the popular Creta has been teased over the past few weeks, while pictures of the SUV's close-to-production form had leaked recently. The Creta N Line gets unique styling touches inside out, along with minor mechanical upgrades as seen on existing Hyundai N Line portfolio globally. The front bumper is larger and houses a horizontal air vent which has been positioned above the grille which adds to the Creta N Line's styling. The area between the grille and the headlamps is also finished in dark chrome which makes the grille look wider. The SUV also gets prominent H...