The Audi TT is a small two-door sports car of Volkswagen Group subsidiary Audi marketed since 1998, both mounted on the Audi subsidiary Audi Hungaria Motor Kft. painted in Gyor, Hungary, made with bodies and Audi plant in Ingolstadt. This changed with the third generation model, the parts are completely used by the Hungarian factory. With clear, Bauhaus-inspired design, the second generation of the Audi TT Coupe looks like nothing else on the road. Its performance and handling is not quite in the competition, but a typical Audi interior and a comfortable ride mean that the Audi TT is well worth it for those who dig the design.
Audi TT Interior
Inside, the Audi TT keeps reputation for finely crafted cabin with a simple but elegant dashboard and quality materials throughout. There is plenty of space to the front, but the rear seats are occasional use units best suited for short limbs. The Audi TT starts to fall slightly in terms of technology behind the times, waiver Audi connect sophisticated suite and its WiFi, Google Earth Navigation system and real-time localized weather and live fuel prices, with 13.1 cubic feet of trunk is better suited to haul cargo than most coupes. Moreover, the hatchback makes it easy to load bulky items, and folding down the rear seats increased storage space to 24.7 cubes. All in all, the Audi TT practical than you might expect.
Audi TT Engine
The Audi TT was once with a choice of four or six-cylinder engines, but the powertrain lineup was a turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine, which is rated at 211 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque mated. With a standard six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and quattro all-wheel drive coupled to the Audi TT Coupe can sprint from a stop to 60 in 5.3 seconds. The Audi TT, rated fuel economy at 22 city and 31 highway miles per gallon. The high-tech Audi magnetic ride damper system is available as an option. In system, the tiny magnetic particles circulate in the oil in the shock absorbers. When voltage applied to them, to change the damping characteristics within milliseconds. The Adaptive System promises enhanced level of ride comfort and handling, even if it does not quite turn the Audi TT a real sports car.
Audi TT Features
The Audi TT comes standard with electrically adjustable leather / Alcantara sport seats, a 12-speaker, 255-watt AM / FM / CD / Sirius XM Bose sound system with AUX and USB inputs, single-zone automatic climate control, heated seats, Bluetooth Smartphone connectivity, the xenon headlights with LED daytime running lights, a leather-wrapped, flat bottom multi-function steering wheel with shift paddles, LED interior lights and 18-inch alloy wheels. Options include heated leather sport seats, a navigation system with real-time traffic information, six-disc CD changer and an ultrasonic parking assist system. The carbon package brings a front splitter and rear diffuser.
Audi TT S-Line Package
Who Write on the lookout for a bit and go to their TT can now opt for the S-Line Competition Package. Seasoning the exterior are a number of changes, which are adapted from a lower aperture according to the Audi TTS, set aggressive side skirts and unique exhaust tips in an imitation rear diffuser. Black trim adorns the front splitter, screen frame, rear diffuser, tailpipe finishers and side mirror caps and the stygian theme continues with blacked-out finish on the grille, grille and license-plate holder.
The package adds S line sports suspension with 10 millimeters lower than the standard model sits, while the new 19-inch five-spoke “rotor” wheels and a rear wing of the Audi TT RS (both made black) also part are copied from the package. Xenon headlights and LED daytime running lights a counterpoint to abundant dark trim. Inside Audi TT, the standard tiller for a flat-bottomed, leather-wrapped unit exchanged with other internal changes, including nappa leather-wrapped S-line sport seats, S-line door sill trim, and imitation brushed aluminum.
Audi TT Safety
Each Audi TT model is equipped with two front, side and knee airbags, traction and stability control systems and electronic brake pressure distribution.
Audi TT Competitors
While there are many other two-door model at the same price as the Audi TT Coupe, Audi is something of a unique position as a luxurious, style-conscious 2 + 2 sports without overt claims. The Ford Mustang GT has a much higher energy costs, but not the Audi TT interior correspond elegance, while the Infiniti Q60 Coupe and the BMW 2-Series are closer but games are still more athletic.