First Volkswagen Virtus In Nardo Grey In India
More and more people are now making a tonne of fascinating car modification videos on the video-sharing website because to YouTube’s rising popularity and the nation’s growing population of automotive aficionados. A YouTuber’s Volkswagen Virtus, one of the most popular new sedans in the nation, just underwent a complete makeover with a custom wrap sporting the infamous Audi colour Nardo Grey.
A video of the YouTuber revealing his freshly wrapped Volkswagen Virtus was just posted to his channel Pratham Shokeen. After arriving at the wrap business, the presenter began the film by explaining that he had recently unwrapped his previously satin-black-wrapped car. Then he reveals that this time they wrapped the automobile in a lighter shade of the renowned Nardo Grey hue used by Audi. The host notes that there are many different shades of Nardo Grey and that he chose a lighter hue for his car.
After the introduction, the presenter and the proprietor of the Delhi-based detailing and wrapping firm Auto Crew Customs, where this project was completed, take aside the sheet covering the Virtus to display the entire vehicle. The presenter then begins outlining the specifics of the wrap work after the cameraman has completed a thorough walkaround of the car. The YouTuber then explains that he chose the lighter shade of Nardo grey in a gloss finish, noting that it is also available in a satin finish. In addition to wrapping the roof in gloss black, he said that all of the car’s mouldings had been painted black.
He then walks to the back of the car and explains that he had previously removed the rear Virtus emblem when the car was wrapped in satin black, but this time he chose to rebadge it and cover up the Virtus writing. To offer a more secretive and ominous appearance, he added that all of the badges that were previously chrome have now been darkened out. Gloss black has also been used to cover the door handles and the front fenders, where GT badges are located. After that, he returns to the front of the car and remarks on the blacked-out GT badge on the grille and the black front Volkswagen symbol, saying that he isn’t sure how he feels about the overall design. The speaker mentioned that he’s considering making the VW letters shiny and the GT badge red.
The brand’s newest sedan, which took the place of the previous Vento, is the Volkswagen Virtus GT. It has features like heated seats, cruise control, leatherette upholstery, disc brakes, and an electric sunroof. Both a 6-speed manual and automatic transmission are offered for the Virtus’ 1.0 litre turbocharged petrol engine. 178 Nm and 115 Ps of maximum torque are produced by this model. Next is the 1.5 GT version. It is only available with a 7-speed DSG. It has a 250 Nm and 150 Ps maximum torque.