Audi TT

November 8th, 2014 | 0 Comments | Audi

The Audi TT looks like nothing else on the road. Its performance and handling fail coincide with the competition, but a typical interior Audi  and a comfortable ride mean Audi TT is also a must for those who dig their design. Audi also offers the Audi TT Roadster and 265-horsepower forms of Audi TTS. For his final year on the market, the second generation Audi TT wins standard heated seats, new alloy wheels in five-spoke appearance package optional carbon.

Audi TT Interior

Inside, the Audi TT remains Audi’s reputation for finely made huts with simple control panel but stylish and high quality materials throughout. There is plenty of room in the front, but the rear seats are for occasional use units best suited for the short limb. The Audi TT is starting to fall a little behind the times in terms of technology, with connection free smart suite of Audi and WiFi in the car, Google Earth navigation system and prices of weather, news and live fuel time Real localized. With 13.1 cubic feet of trunk space, the Audi TT is better suited for carrying cargo than most other coupes. Moreover, its hatchback makes it easy to load bulky objects, and folding down the rear seats increases stowage space to 24.7 cubes. However, the Audi TT is more practical than one might expect.

Audi TT Engine

The Audi TT was once available with a choice of four or six-cylinder engine, but the railway line has been linked to a turbocharged 2.0-liter 4f Xenon headlights and LED daytime -cylinder engine rated at 211 horsepower and 258 lb.-ft. of torque. Along with a dual-clutch automatic transmission and six-speed four-wheel drive quattro, Audi TT Coupe can accelerate from a stop to 60 in 5.3 seconds. Fuel economy is rated at 22 city and 31 mpg highway. The damping system Audi magnetic ride tech is available as an option. In this system, small magnetic particles in the oil circulating inside the cushions. When voltage is applied to them, the damping characteristics are altered within milliseconds.

Audi TT Features

The Audi TT comes standard with sports seats in leather / alcantara adjustable power, 12 speakers, 255-watt AM FM CD system / sound / Sirius XM Bose with AUX and USB inputs, heated seats, single-zone climate control automatic, Bluetooth connectivity for smartphones, xenon headlights with LED daytime running lights, one flat-bottomed multifunction steering wheel wrapped in leather with shift paddles, LED interior lighting and alloy wheels 18 inches. Options include sport seats heated Nappa leather, navigation system with traffic updates in real time, a CD changer and six-disc ultrasonic rear parking assist system. The package adds a carbon front splitter and rear diffuser.

The Audi TT S-line package adds Sport suspension that sits 10 millimeters lower than the standard model, while the new 19-inch five-spoke wheels “rotor” and a rear spoiler cribbed from the Audi TT RS  are also part of the package. The Xenon headlights and the LED daytime running lights provide a counterpoint to the copious amounts of dark setting. Inside, standard shank helm is exchanged for a flat-bottomed leather-wrapped unit, other interior changes include sport seats wrapped in nappa leather S-line, S-line door sill trim, and the faux brushed aluminum trim .

Audi TT Safety

Each Audi TT is equipped with dual front, side and knee airbags along with traction and stability control and electronic brake force distribution.

Audi TT Competitors

While there are many two-door models available at the same price as the Audi TT Coupe, the Audi is something of a unique proposition as a luxury, sporting pretensions overt style-conscious 2 + 2 without. The Ford Mustang GT has much higher levels of power and handling but can not match the sophistication inside the Audi TT, while the Infiniti Q60 Series Coupe and the BMW-2 games are closer.

Audi TTS 2015

Audi TTS 2015

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