The Audi TT was made by Audi in 1998 as a 2-door sports car. It is in its fourth generation. Audi Hungary Kft. assembled the first two generations.
On its 20th anniversary, the latest model showcases a mild redesign with a sturdier engine. It comes as a coupe and roadster during its launch. The Audi TT got a three-dimension, single-frame radiator grille with the latest air inlets found at the front. The latest LED lights are now present while the rear lamps use an OLED which is an option. The latest alloy wheel design goes well with the three new colors which are Pulse Orange, Turbo Blue, and Cosmos Blue.
Audi TT is known for its classic, unique, and handsome design. It has been modified and improved over time. Part of its improvements and modification is the headlights and taillights as it comes in LED. It has a big single-frame grille and prominent wheel arches. At the rear, you can find a full-length brake light with an artificial diffuser, casing a pair of single exit exhaust crowns on both ends.
The Audi TT can accommodate four people. For the upholstery, Alcantara and leather are used. Front seats are heated and are power-adjustable. The Audi TT has a cargo room that measures up to 12 cubic feet. It is considered a good amount of space for a sports car. The back seats can be folded in a 50/50 split that can contain longer items.
Technology & Safety Features
One unique feature of the Audi TT is the Multi-Media Interface which was developed by Audi. It also has wireless charging, satellite and HD radio, 2 SD card readers, and a 9-speaker stereo. Two USB ports, Bluetooth connectivity, and a virtual cockpit which is uniquely found in an Audi.
The Audi TT also has a keyless entry, a push-button start, an automatic climate control, front and back parking sensors with a back-view camera.
Platform & Chassis
The Audi TT is considered lighter than its forerunner because of its ASF or the Audi Space Frame hybrid chassis concept. The TTs base is a 4-cylinder turbo engine. Its manual gearbox weighs 1,260 kg. ASF chassis has more advantages aside from being lightweight. The upper portion of the car is lighter because of its aluminum panels. Its torsion strength is 50% higher compared to the old TT.
For the suspension, the latest Audi TT has a standard multi-link rear suspension.
Engine & Drivetrain
It first came with a 1.8-liter inline four-cylinder turbo engine that generates 178 hp.