Back in the 90s when the beautiful car was made, Audi TT had always been a spectacular nice ride for all who seek a better alternative within a small Coupé that fits you and your other partner.
Sitting two conveniently, the Audi TT is so great. With the formal Audi’s trademark Grille which makes it family looking, the ride is so fashionable and quite fantastic.
When you look at the beautiful design coined and upgraded as far back as from 1995, you might simply think of it as total luxury with some luxurious outfit ranging from its rim to the body design.
The name Audi TT was derived from the successful motor racing tradition of NSU in the British isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) motorcycle race. NSU began competing in the TT in 1911, and later merged into the company now known as Audi.
The Audi TT also follows the NSU 1000TT, 1200 TT and TTS cars of the 1960s in taking their names from the race.
The TT name has also been attributed to the phrase “Technology & Tradition”
Apart from that, Peter. was the designer of Audi TT back in the 1995. As at then, the ride was quite spectacular and also the design retained the Audi design outlook making it quite similar from the front to an Audi 80 of the 1995 model.
The styling of the Audi TT began in the spring of 1994 at the Volkswagen Group Design Center in California.
The TT was first shown as a concept carat the 1995 Frankfurt Motor Show. The design is credited to J Mays and freeman Thomas, with Hartmut Warkuss, Peter Schreyer, Martin Smith and Romulus Rost contributing to the award-winning interior design.
A previously unused laser beam welding adaptation, which enabled seamless design features on the first-generation TT, delayed its introduction.
Audi did not initially offer any type of automatic transmission option for the TT.
However, from 2003, a dual clutch six-speed Direct-Shift Gearbox(DSG) became available, with the United Kingdom TT variants becoming the world’s first user of a dual clutch transmission configured for a right-hand drive vehicle, although the outright world first for a road car equipped with a dual clutch transmission was claimed earlier by a Volkswagen Group platform-mate, the left hand drive Volkswagen Golf Mk4 R32.
Interior and Exterior:
The interior of the car is a very powerful and luxurious one with well fitted gadgets that makes driving a hubby.
The infotainment and Speedometers resides right in front of the driver whereas the Air conditional outlet are where they should right at the dashboard.
Its seats are made of leather while its well packed with safety airbags which are all hidden in the dashboard and in the steering g respectively.
The dashboard is styled to resemble an airplane wing, and the TTS’s dash is grained with a more technical and futuristic pattern than in the entry-level TT.
The materials are of high quality and feel upmarket without trying to mimic traditional luxury, and the centerpiece of the whole shebang is the instrument cluster.
Like the TT, the TTS is fitted with a TFT display in front of the driver that includes the navigation screen; no central display is therefore needed—or even available.
Another neat feature: The heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning controls, as well as those for the heated seats, are integrated into the design of the vents, which minimizes clutter.
The we’ll ventilated ride is neat and cool enough to make your day a suitable one
The grille gets a little upgraded uplift from the old 2014 model while the headlight gets slimmer while lavishly beautified with LEDs.
The car gets lower rather than getting taller while its trunk gets a little lowering too.
Depending in which model you acquire might determine the number of exhaust which resides behind the tail of the ride. Coming to the roof top, the roof gets smaller.
Length: 4,180 MM (13.71 ft)
Wheelbase: 2,505 MM (8.22 ft)
Width: 1,832 MM (6.01 ft)
Height: 1,353 MM (4.44 ft)
Engine and Performance
The 2016 Audi TT is a very fast car with powerful body shaft. Based on its Aerodynamic designs which makes it look very aggressive on the road, you might need to really buckle up while you speed up from 0 – 60MPH just within 4.7seconds well that’s excellently cool.
The variant of the TT is quite faster than the normal Audi TT. This means that those of you in need of more power will have to go with the TTS model, which features the same 2.0-liter four-pot, but uprated to deliver 292 horses and 280 pound-feet (also less powerful than its European sibling).
The extra oomph enables the TTS to hit 60 mph from a standing start in 4.6 seconds. Top speed increases to 155 mph with the “S” badge.”
The lower-level gasoline engine is a 2.0-liter turbo with 230 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of twist.
A turbocharged 2.0-liter I-4 is the only engine available and is rated at 220 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque in the base model and 292 hp and 280 lb-ft in the TTS.
Both the TT and TTS will come exclusively with a six-speed twin-clutch automatic transmission.
The all-wheel drive system in all TT models is able to move 100 percent of torque to the front or rear wheels as determined by a microcomputer.
Fuel economy in the TT is class competitive at 23/30 mpg city/highway for the TT coupe and convertible, and 23/27 mpg for the TTS coupe.
.Audi MMI Navigation System Plus
.Auto-dimming, power-folding exterior mirrors, heated
.Audi Connect, with online services
.Parking system plus
.Audi side assist
Audi Design Selection Package (available on the TT Coupe and Roadster):
.Murillo brown fine Nappa leather
.Slate gray interior elements
.Extended leather package in stone gray
.Aluminum drift decorative inlays
.S Sport seats with contrast diamond stitching in steel gray
Launch Edition Package (TT S only):
.Mythos black metallic exterior
.Express red fine Nappa leather interior
.19-inch five-arm forged wheels
.Bang & Olufsen sound system
.Piano black inlays
.Red brake calipers
.Extended leather package
The car is priced from as ow as $39,000 and up to $50,000 which excludes some luxurious customization.