Only three generations of the Audi TT have been made so far. Beginning from the 1998, when the first model came out, it brought down supercar mindset into affordable car’s body. The 2006 model improved many things over the older 1998 model, while now, we have a third generation Audi TT – a car that promises to set the bar even higher than before.
The new TT shares the VW’s flexible MQB platform with the Golf, Skoda Octavia and many other models of the VW gamut. Compared to the previous model, the new 2015 Audi TT looks like a completely new car. Starting from the front fascia, every detail is redesigned. The new model features a brand new grille, which is now wider and features razor sharp contours. Headlights are more edgy, with a brand new LED lamp arrangement – nothing like on the previous model. The front bumper is also completely restyled, as it features air intake openings that are connected across the bumper. The back of the car looks similar to its predecessor, with the exception of the restyled tailights, that feature the same LED pattern found on the headlights. The rear bumper suffered a slight change in design, as well.
2015 Audi TT Specs
Audi will offer a 2.0 liter 4 vylinder inline turbocharged engine unit to both coupe and convertible versions of the new TT. The engine is capable of delivering 211 horsepower, with 258 lb ft of torque. The engine is paired with a 6 speed dual clutch autmated manual transmission system, which is mandatory option, as well as the all wheel drive system.
Details about Interior
The cabin features a redesign, but the essential idea of how TT should look on the inside, remained the same. The new model features similar styled three spoke leather coated flat bottom steering wheel with additional buttons and switches on the side spikes. The new TT kept the HVAC vents’ both round shape and position – three on the center and two on each side of the dashboard. Instrument cluster is now a giant LCD screen which replaced dual gauge system of the previous model. The shifter knob kept more or less the same design as before. The leather coated front seats are quite comfortable, while the read bench lacks the room for taller passengers. Control buttons are well laid out and kept to a minimum.
2015 Audi TT Price
The 2 door coupe version of the new TT will start at $40,350, while the convertible version costs $3,000 more and starts at $43,350.
Speed And Fuel Consumption
The engine is capable of propelling the coupe’s 1.4 tonnes from 0 to 60 in 5.3 seconds, while the slightly heavier convertible model gets there in 5.6 seconds, which is an amazing result – especially given the fact that it is almost as fast as both Porsche 911 Carrera and Cayman GTS, of which the new Audi TTS IS faster. As far as the estimated fuel consumption is concerned, the new Audi TT travels 22 miles per gallon in the city, while on the highway, it can make as far as 31 miles per gallon.
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