The new Audi TTCoupé is every inch a road-going sports car that has the power and balance to impress on the track as well. The model’s humped shape catches the eye and boosts its performance, while underneath the body rests a finely crafted cockpit.
Read the TT Coupé overview below before contacting Jardine Motors Audi to find out more about this impressive high-performance machine. One of our experts will be happy to guide you through the features list and join you for a test drive.
The model may be capable of high speeds, but its abundance of power is managed carefully by clever safety technology.
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) slows the car without causing a skid, and Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) helps it to remain sure-footed in difficult situations.
Selecting the 2.0-litre TFSI model adds Audi Lane Assist which sends a vibration warning through the wheel if the car starts to drift from its lane.
The third-generation TT gains more aggression than its predecessor to reflect the model’s uprated performance.
An angular bonnet cuts across the top of the headlamps (xenon with LED daytime running lights as standard) which perch above deep air intakes on either side of the bumper.
The unmistakable TT roofline sweeps over to a retractable rear spoiler, LED rear lights and two exhaust pipes.
Expectations are raised by the TT Coupé’s exterior and exceeded by its interior. After belting yourself into an Alcantara/leather sports seat you can start the engine at the push of a button.
Accents like the perforated leather gear lever (S line model) and the aluminium inlays on the door sills create a high-quality finish throughout the cabin.
The Audi TT can be selected with quattro, and in this model, the quattro used is the Hydraulic multi-plate clutch system. quattro in the TT constantly analyses the traction, and can shift up to 100% power to the rear wheels when needed. In normal driving conditions, the power has a front wheel bias.
The TT Coupé excites even before you set off, and your pulse will really start to race when you pull away. Each of the four powertrain/drivetrain combinations produces ample momentum, and there are petrol or diesel variants to choose from. A 227bhp 2.0-litre TFSI unit with quattro all-wheel drive makes its way into the line-up to give traction when it is needed the most. A non-quattro 2.0-litre TFSI and 1.8-litre TFSI also feature, and they are no less rewarding. Raising the model’s fuel economy is the 2.0-litre TDI ultra. The engine is capable of returning 62.8mpg combined and still surges from 0-60mph in just over seven seconds.
Significant advancements have been made with the cabin technology to strengthen the sports car’s magnetism. One of the most important is the addition of the Audi Virtual Cockpit which was pioneered by the TT Coupé. The system replaces the traditional instrument cluster with a digital display.
Separate modes enable
you to choose which information is displayed behind the wheel. Supplementing it
is an Audi Music Interface (AMI) and DAB digital radio, both controlled via the
MMI control panel with MMI touch. A Bluetooth® mobile phone connection provides
full in-car connectivity.
|Vehicle Length||4,191 mm / 165 inches|
|Vehicle Width||1,832 mm / 72 inches|
|Vehicle Height||1,343 mm / 53 inches|
|Wheelbase||2,505 mm / 99 inches|
|Unladen Weight (DIN)||1,335 kg / 2,943 lb|
|Combined Cycle||42.8 mpg|
|Urban Cycle||33.2 mpg|
|Engine / Cylinders||2.0-litre TFSI quattro / four|
|Max Torque||370 Nm @ 1,600 - 4,300 rpm|
|Max Power||227 bhp @ 4,500 - 6,200 rpm|
|Top Speed||155 mph|
|Acceleration||0-60 mph / 5.3 seconds (approximately)|