5 Features Volkswagen Virtus Gets But Hyundai Verna Doesn’t | V3Cars

The Hyundai Verna 2023 is the latest C2-segment sedan in India and it rivals the Volkswagen Virtus. In this article, we list 5 features that the Volkswagen Virtus offers but the new Verna doesn’t.

Features Volkswagen Virtus Gets Over Hyundai Verna

1. Fog Lights

The top variants of the Volkswagen Virtus offer halogen fog lights whereas the new Verna doesn’t offer fog lights at all. Fog lights improve visibility while driving in dense, foggy conditions. It is worth noting that the previous generation Verna offered projector halogen fog lights. But since the new Verna offers a split headlight setup, Hyundai have removed fog lights from the new sedan.

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2. Rain-Sensing Wipers

While both the Virtus and Verna offer automatic headlights, the Virtus also offers rain-sensing wipers. Rain sensing wipers use a sensor placed above the IRVM to measure the intensity of rain and change the wiper speed accordingly.

3. Wireless Android Auto And Apple CarPlay

The Virtus comes with an 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system with wireless connectivity for both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The Verna, on the other hand, offers wired connectivity for Android Auto and Apple CarPay.

4. Full-Colour LCD Display

The top variants of the Virtus offer an all-colour LCD display with customisable menus. The Verna, on the other hand, offers a full-colour multi-info display (MID) with a digital speedometer and tachometer.

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5. 60:40 Seatback Split

The rear seats of the Virtus offer the option of 60:40 split whereas the seatback in the new Verna folds flat as a single unit. The 60:40 split seatback offers better practicality without compromising too much in terms of comfort.

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Amit Saraswat

Born and brought up in Agra, he grew up reading magazines more than textbooks. With a keen interest in cars, he decided to make his future in automotive journalism and is currently helping in content at V3Cars.


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