Audi TT sports coupe first appeared in the lineup of the German automaker in 1998. And at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2005 debuted the second generation Audi TT Cope II which, in turn, after five years, was subjected to a little update. During restyling of experts from Ingolstadt very well have changed the appearance of the model, giving it the main features of the corporate identity. Thus, new optics with LED technology became more modern and sophisticated. The radiator grille has acquired specific forms inherent in all new Audi.
Configuration and price Audi TT Coupe 2.
|1.8 TFSI 6G||USD 32700||1.8 petrol (160 hp)||Mechanics (6)||front|
|1.8 TFSI S-tronic||USD 34200||1.8 petrol (160 hp)||Machine (6)||front|
|2.0 TFSI 6G||USD 37000||2.0 petrol (211 hp)||Mechanics (6)||front|
|2.0 TFSI S-tronic||USD 37700||2.0 petrol (211 hp)||Machine (6)||front|
|2.0 TFSI S-Tronic quattro||USD 41000||2.0 petrol (211 hp)||Machine (6)||full|
Restyled bumper Audi TT II received wide intakes emphasizing the sporting character of the car. But overall, the model has maintained its features remained the same recognizable and elegant, like its predecessor. As for the interior Audi TT, it is still characterized by high quality performance, as befits all vehicles of the German mark. However, the landing formula 2+2 assumes modest environment for rear passengers, but the front can accommodate more comfortably. The center console is turned so high that separates the front of the cabin into two zones – the driver and passenger, as if concluding a driver in the cockpit of the car. Finishes further help the formation of stable mood driving.
On the market of Audi TT Coupe is available with two engines – a turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engines TFSI family swept volume of 1.8 and 2.0 liters. The first produces 160 hp and is mounted in a pair with no alternative mechanical. A top-end version is also equipped with all-wheel drive Quattro. C zero to hundreds coupe with a 2.0-liter engine accelerates in 6.0 seconds (all-wheel drive version is 0.2 sec. Slower), and its top speed of 245 and 238 km/h, respectively. The version with a more modest engine accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.2 seconds, and top speed is 226 km/h.
The standard equipment includes the Audi TT ABS and ESP, four airbags, climate control, trip computer, parking sensors, full power accessories, remote keyless entry, heated seats and the standard audio system. The list of options listed rain and light sensors, the system of assistance in moving up the hill, adaptive headlights, leather upholstery, cruise control and a premium audio system. The most accessible version of the coupe with the 1.8 engine and six-speed mechanics is estimated at USD 24000. Price Audi TT 2.0 TFSI S-Tronic starts from 1 USD 17000, and the supplement for four-wheel drive is USD 2000.