The new Audi TT Roadster sharpens the softer looks of its predecessor to bring the model alongside the firm’s other aggressive-looking passenger cars. The convertible TT Roadster is still a celebration of unbridled motoring enjoyment, and aims to please everyone who is fortunate enough to settle behind the wheel.
You can take ownership of the TT Roadster at any Jardine Motors Audi site across the UK. Make an enquiry with an Audi expert at your home dealership to explore the convertible in detail.
Forward-thinking innovations play a part in the TT Roadster’s ability to shield you from harm. Passive protection is given by the roll-over bars and instantly deployable front airbags.
Electronic Stability Control (ESC) and the active technology it brings together have come to be expected in any modern Audi. However, you can partially or fully switch it off in the TT Roadster should you take the convertible onto the track. Light and rain sensors operate the headlamps and windscreen wipers in S line models to guarantee maximum visibility.
The angular TT Roadster has a more forceful expression at the front which sets the tone for the rest of the exterior.
Narrowed headlamps lead back to a neat fold which runs towards the short rear overhang.
Here there are two circular exhaust ports, a typical high-performance detail. Standard-fit 18-inch alloys grow to 19-inch when you upgrade from Sport to S line. LED headlights are also reserved for the range-topper.
Peel back the fully acoustic fabric roof to admire every inch of a sculpted cabin.
Clutter has been removed so your focus is solely on the drive.
A three-spoke leather steering wheel holds paddle shifters in models fitted with the S tronic gearbox, to give the illusion of being in a dedicated track car.
Both model types impress with jet engine-style vents and a simple instrument cluster.
A choice of one diesel and three petrol engines comprise the powertrain family. The 227bhp 2.0-litre TFSI petrol can be selected with quattro all-wheel drive or two-wheel drive to match your preferred style of driving. In the quattro it takes around 5.6 seconds to charge from 0-60mph using the quick-shift six-speed S tronic box.
For more eco-aware motorists there is a 2.0-litre TDI ultra. The
ultra engine family combines technologies that minimise emissions and fuel
consumption. As a result, the unit returns 61.4mpg combined at its most
Progressive Audi technology is housed in the cabin as well as under the bonnet. The Audi virtual cockpit instrument cluster is fully digital and presents key driving details in brilliant quality.Multiple modes show only the details you need at that moment in time.
The Audi Music Interface (AMI) widens your entertainment options. Use it to connect a smartphone or MP3 player to the audio system and control your choice of music. With Bluetooth ® mobile telephone links also available it is safe and straightforward to take calls on your way to any destination.
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.
|Vehicle length ||4,177mm / 164 inches|
|Vehicle width ||1,832mm / 72 inches|
|Vehicle height ||1,355mm / 53 inches|
|Wheelbase||2,505mm / 99 inches|
|Unladen weight (DIN) ||1,300kg / 2866lb|
|Engine / Cylinders ||1.8-litre TFSI / four|
|Max Torque ||250Nm @ 5,100 – 5,000rpm|
|Max Power ||178bhp @ 5,100 – 6,200rpm|
|Top Speed ||147mph|
|Acceleration ||0-60mph / 7.2 seconds (approximately)|
|Combined cycle ||46.3mpg|
|Urban cycle ||36.7mpg |