Partial Fourier strategies leverage the Hermitian symmetric properties of k-space into higher acceleration factors. Motion corrected (MC) reconstructions incorporate generalized motion into the process. Contrast resolved reconstructions, e.g. low rank inversion (LRI), exploit temporal redundancies in highly accelerated acquisitions. Both the MC and LRI reconstructions are usually ill-posed and can benefit from additional sources of encoding. The Virtual Coil Concept (VCC) has been recently introduced, combining Parallel Imaging with Partial Fourier. Here we investigate the combination of VCC with MC and VCC with LRI to enable further acceleration of both approaches.