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June 11 is an important date for Audi and its enthusiasts. You have all probably heard something about the 2018 Audi A8 (D5) that people have been anticipating for the longest time. Though the A8 took the spotlight that day, the company also announced some pretty exciting things for other models in their lineup.
Audi Sport will be adding a number of Performance Parts the current TT and the R8 models. These upgrades range from exterior and interior design, to the suspension and exhaust system. The great thing about this is that you can just hand over your current ride, and they’ll do the work for you; there is no need to buy a new car.
One of the few upgrades would be the new sport brake linings that are of better quality compared to the original ones, they take longer to fade and can work with both the steel and ceramic brakes. These linings will be paired with titanium carrying plates, which will reduce about 2.2 pounds (1 kilogram). For the TT RS, the company can fit in steel front brake discs with your choice of cooling kits - all of them are compatible with the standard trim, and the higher TTS and TT RS trims.Read the entire article TT and R8 will be getting new Audi Sport Performance Parts
For those pleading that Audi’s TT two-door coupe and roadster powered by the 2.0-liter TDI engine would get the known quattro all-drive drive technology, it seems that the German premium carmaker has heard your prayers. Yes, an Audi TT 2.0 TDI quattro is now available.
However, there is a twist to this. Audi’s all-wheel drive technology could only be fitted into a 2.0 TDI engine-powered 2017 TT coupe or roadster if the S tronic six-speed dual-clutch transmission is availed. The resulting variant would be the 2017 Audi TT 2.0 TDI quattro S tronic, which boasts of all-wheel drive agility and excellent diesel economy. Of course, the 2017 Audi TT Coupe 2.0 TDI with six-speed manual transmission and front-wheel drive (FWD) remains available to order.
With this development, the 2017 Audi TT coupe – both coupe and roadster -- is now available in seven engine/transmission variants: 1.8L TFSI/six-speed manual (FWD); 1.8L TFSI/six-speed S Tronic (FWD); 2.0L TFSI/six-speed manual (FWD); 2.0L TFSI/six-speed S Tronic (FWD);2.0L TFSI/six-speed S Tronic (quattro);2.0L TDI/six-speed manual (FWD); and 2.0L TDI/six-speed S Tronic (quattro).Read the entire article Quattro AWD now available for 2017 Audi TT TDI coupe and roadster
There is no mistaking the Audi TT shape and design. It is instantly recognisable to all. But has Audi trumped itself with the latest design study on the Clubsport Quattro? The intention behind the study is to design a purist version of the TT. Power is everything in this study.
It combines the latest technology with the most powerful of engines from the motorsports field. The development engineers’ intention was to design an elite, supreme TT, like nothing seen before. The hood and A-post have been removed and in their place is an all-encompassing low windscreen which is evocative of a speedster. The cockpit has a soft tinted window strip. The windscreen is panoramic and there are two ‘camel like’ humps behind the interior where the hood would otherwise be.
This further enhances the vehicle’s sports car image. The rollover bars have been flattened and are the same height as the sport seats. A single-frame grille with dramatic horizontal aluminium inserts, sits dominantly at the front of the vehicle. Unusually the four rings logo is positioned on the bonnet, whereas most Audi models have it mounted on the grille.Read the entire article Audi TT Clubsport Quattro Study
At the Worthersee Tour 2015, Audi unveiled the TT Clubsport Turbo Concept, a vehicle that takes its inspiration from the legendary Audi 90 IMSA GTO of the late 1980s. According to the German manufacturer, the vehicle is powered by a 2.5-liter TFSI five-cylinder petrol engine that produces 600 hp (441 kW) and 650 Nm (479.4 lb-ft) of torque.
All that power is transferred via a manual six-speed transmission and the Quattro permanent all-wheel drive system, that can push the vehicle from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.6 seconds, while top speed is 310 km/h (192.6 mph).
Thanks to the electrically driven compressor, the Audi TT Clubsport Turbo Concept is able to cover up to 16 meters (52.5 ft) within the first 2.5 seconds, 6 meters (19.7 ft) more than a comparable car without this innovation.Read the entire article Audi brings the TT Clubsport Turbo Concept at Worthersee Tour 2015
Audi has started production of the 2015 TT Roadster at its Gyor site in Hugary. The launch was graced by Chairman of the Board of Management of Audi Rupert Stadler, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, and the Mayor Zsolt Borkai of of Győr. The Audi TT Roadster will be the fourth Audi model to go into series production at Audi Hungaria following the A3 Sedan, A3 Cabriolet and TT Coupe.
Rupert remarked that the start of production of the new Audi TT Roadster underscores Audi Hungaria’s position in the carmaker’s global production network. Audi started full vehicle production at its site in Győr, Hungary in June 2013.
Prior to that, the carmaker is already building engines at the site. So far, the site has churned out over 100,000 cars. Audi Hungaria’s new auto plant in Gyor is currently being manned by a 4,000-strong workforce. Hubert Waltl, Board of Management Member for Production at Audi, remarked that the move to build a plant in Gyor 21 years ago a decisive step in its development into an international group.Read the entire article Audi begins 2015 TT Roadster production at its Gyor site in Hungary
Audi has just revealed the racing version of the new TT and announced a new racing series called Audi TT Sport Cup from 2015 in DTM environment. After launching the Audi R8 LMS Cup in Asia, the German manufacturer prepares another one-make cup in Germany, starting 2015.
According to Audi, in the 2015 season, at each of the six DTM events held in Germany as well as neighboring countries, two races of the Audi Sport TT Cup are planned.
24 cars will compete in the Audi Sport TT Cup and six cockpits will be reserved for changing guest drivers. For those who are interested they can apply worldwide for the other 18 places on the grid at audi-motorsport.com effective immediately.Read the entire article Audi Sport TT Cup announced, racing version of 2015 Audi TT revealed
Back in April, Audi unveiled the TT Offroad Concept, but for the 2014 Paris Motor Show the German manufacturer brought another concept vehicle based on the TT, the TT Sportback. For those who don’t know, Audi confirmed the development of a third TT body style but we don’t know yet which would be the first concept car to enter the production.
The TT Offroad Concept is an interesting addition, but the TT Sportback Concept makes perfect sense and it would be a better choice for Audi in order to fight the Mercedes-Benz CLA. According to Audi, the TT Sportback Concept unites two concepts to form a new member for a potential TT family and invokes the design idiom of the classic TT.
The concept is powered by a 2.0-liter TFSI engine that produces 400 hp (294 kW) and is bolted to a seven-speed S tronic automatic transmission that delivers the power to the road via the quattro permanent all-wheel drive system.Read the entire article Audi TT Sportback Concept shows its extra doors at the 2014 Paris Motor Show [Live Photos]
Due to some leaked sketches, we already knew Audi’s big surprise for the 2014 Paris Motor Show, but now it became official: this is the TT Sportback Concept! According to Audi, the stylish four-door TT Sportback Concept has a length of 4.47 meters (14.7 ft), it is 1.89 meters (6.2 ft) long and 1.38 meters (4.5 ft) high, while featuring a wheelbase of 2.63 meters (8.6 ft).
When compared with the TT Coupe, the concept car is 29 cm longer, 6 cm wider and 3 cm lower, while the wheelbase is 12 cm larger. The Mars Red paintwork perfectly underlines the design, which consists of a new front bumper with stylish air inlets, a redesigned Singleframe grille and newly designed headlights featuring laser technology.
The rear end is completely new and features stylish LED taillights with vertical separators inspired by the R18 and large elliptical tailpipes embedded in the air diffuser and linked by a trim. Inside, we find the same stylish dashboard seen on the TT, as well as the new instrument cluster consisting of a 12.3-inch display, black floor ats made from rubberized material and four super sport seats with integrated headrests.Read the entire article 2014 Paris Motor Show: Audi TT Sportback Concept previews a new member of the TT family
Yesterday, we revealed you the first photo with the upcoming TT Sportback Concept that will be unveiled next week at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. Today, the concept car returned in new photos and showing new angles as well as its interior. As you can see, the front end is inspired by the TT Sport Quattro Concept, featuring big air intakes as well as a big honeycomb front grille.
The rear end is completely new and features stylish taillights interrupted by the Audi logo, as well as new tailpipes and a brand new bumper with integrated air diffuser. Inside, the dashboard is almost identical to the one featured on the TT Coupe and gets the same instrument digital cluster using the 12.3-inch display.
According to our sources, the new TT Sportback is longer than the A3 Sedan but also wide and will take on vehicles such as the Mercedes-Benz CLA. Under the hood, there is a 2.0-liter TFSI petrol engine that produces a staggering 400 hp. Moreover, the trunk offers a volume of up to 850 liters when the rear seats are folded.Read the entire article Audi TT Sportback Concept leaks again prior to 2014 Paris Motor Show
This is it folks, the 2015 Audi TT Roadster made its official debut ahead of 2014 Paris Motor Show, just like we told you. The design is not new as Audi already revealed the TT Coupe earlier this year. What’s new is the electrically actuated fabric top, which is available as standard in black, titanium gray and jive.
According to Audi, the fabric top arrives with parts made from magnesium, aluminum, steel as well as plastic and has a total weight of 39 kg (86 lb), which makes it 3 kg (6.6 lb) lighter than its predecessor. The vehicle can be transformed from a coupe to a roadster in just 10 seconds and when driving at speeds of up to 50 km/h or 31.1 mph.
11 exterior colours will be available for the new TT Roadster and two of these are completely new for Audi: nano gray and tango red.Read the entire article 2015 Audi TT Roadster gets official prior to 2015 Paris Motor Show
Audi has just unveiled today the all-new 2015 TT Roadster and 2015 TTS Roadster models, but it appears that the German manufacturer has a big surprise for the 2014 Paris Motor Show: the TT Sportback Concept. Audi seems determined to build a third variant of the TT and if earlier this month we were sure that we will see a crossover version of the TT inspired by the TT Offroad Concept, we are not so sure anymore.
Why? Because a TT Sportback makes more sense as Mercedes-Benz sees some impressive sales for its CLA. A Sportback version of the TT would be a dynamic alternative to the Audi A3 Sedan as well as a better rival for the Mercedes-Benz CLA.
The TT Sportback Concept has a length of 4.47 meters, which means it is longer than the A3 Sedan, but also much wider.Read the entire article Audi TT Sportback Concept leaks ahead of Paris debut
Tazio Giorgio Nuvolari is a well-known Italian motorcycle racer and racecar driver, the one that Ferdinand Porsche called him “the greatest driver of the past, the present and the future”. Even after his death in 1953, the Italian driver is still remembered thanks to the Gran Premio Nuvolari, a well-known race for historic cars where Audi has been a sponsor for 17 years.
At this year’s event which starts tomorrow, the German manufacturer will also debut the Audi TT Nuvolari, a limited edition that pays homage to Tazio Giorgio Nuvolari. Limited to just 100 units, the TT Nuvolari Edition will be offered in a Daytona Grey exterior colour, 19-inch 5-spoke aluminum wheels and a ‘Nuvolari’ lettering above the side sills.
Open the door and you will see the ‘Nuvolari’ lettering on the door sills, a flat-bottomed steering wheel wrapped in leather, leather-wrapped sport seats, special floor mats and a numbered plaque located next to the start button that underlines the limited edition of the vehicle.Read the entire article 2015 Audi TT Nuvolari Limited Edition pays homage to a legend
Audi has just introduced the third-generation TT Coupe and we will see the TT Roadster at the 2014 Paris Motor Show next month. Still, Audi’s development chief Ulrich Hackenberg revealed the fact that the German company is working on a new TT body style.
This is a clear hint that Audi is indeed working on a crossover version of the TT, previewed earlier this year at the 2014 Beijing Auto Show with the TT Offroad Concept.
This will probably be the most interesting addition in the TT lineup and will be built for customers who want vehicles with a higher riding position than the current coupes and roadsters. If you don’t remember, the Audi TT Offroad Concept was powered by a 2.0-liter TFSI petrol engine developing 292 hp (215 kW) and 380 Nm (280.3 lb-ft) of torque, but also by an electric motor that generates 40 kW and 220 Nm (262.3 lb-ft) of torque.Read the entire article Audi confirms development of a third TT body style
German luxury carmaker Audi has disclosed the pricing of all-new Audi TT. The third-generation car is now available to order in the United Kingdom at a starting price of £29,770 on-the-road, with first deliveries slated in December. Featuring a stunning all-digital virtual cockpit and advanced new chassis wrapped by an elegant new body, the new Audi TT boasts of both performance and efficiency.
Its new 184PS ultra version could still return over 67mpg while emitting 110g/km of carbon dioxide. Audi will initially offer two specification levels for the UK – Sport and S line. Both include the Audi virtual cockpit that features a 12.3-inch, high resolution LCD display powered by the powerful Tegra 30 graphics processor from Nvidia’s Tegra 3 series.
Audi TT customers could choose between two display modes: classic and infotainment. The classic view features the speedometer and rev counter in the foreground while “infotainment” mode has the virtual instruments rendered smaller, providing free space for other functions, like the navigation map.Read the entire article 2015 Audi TT gets a starting price of £29,770 in the UK
Audi is adding a third shift at its Gyor manufacturing site in Hungary in mid-August to prepare for the serial production of the new Audi TT Coupe, plant production chief Gerd Walker said in a statement.
The site currently produces the TT Coupe and Roadster, the A3 sedan and A3 convertible and could produce up to 160,000 vehicles annually. The Gyor site produced 42,851 cars and 1.93 million engines in 2013, most of which were exported.
Audi has invested more than EUR900 million ($1.23 billion) to expand site to cover all production processes in a project completed in 2013.Read the entire article Audi to add third shift at Gyor, Hungary site for production of new TT Coupe
Back in March, Audi unveiled the 2015 TT, the third-generation of its well-known coupe. The 2015 Audi TT Coupe showed a new design dominated by the horizontal lines as well as by the singleframe grille. Moreover, the all-new TT comes with redesigned headlights that are offered with the Matrix LED technology but also new taillights.
Today, we decided to have a little chat with our source from Ingolstadt and we found out that the 2016 Audi TT Roadster will make it world debut in October, at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. The new TT Roadster will not come with a new design, as it will look almost the same as the coupe version.
In addition, the TT Roadster will feature the well-known roll-over bars with aluminum trim that provide increased safety for driver and front passenger as well as the fabric roof. Just like on the coupe, the TT Roadster will offer a choice of two engines, a 2.0-liter TDI diesel engine and a 2.0-liter TFSI petrol engine.Read the entire article 2016 Audi TT Roadster will make its world debut at 2014 Paris Motor Show
If you thought that the rumored TT crossover was just a joke, you’d better think again as Audi has just unveiled the TT Offroad Concept at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show a.k.a. Auto China 2014. The new concept car is 4.39 meters (16.2 ft) long, 1.85 meters (6.1 ft) wide and a wheelbase of 2.63 meters (8.6 ft). This means that it resembles the Audi Q3 compact SUV.
Showing a Sonora Yellow exterior, the TT Offroad Concept features clearly drawn lines and muscularly taut surfaces in order to produce a dramatic design. As you can see the vehicle actually follows the same design philosophy as the recently introduced 2015 Audi TT. The front end shows the Singleframe grille and stylish Matrix LED headlights.
When viewed from the side, the relationship between the concept and the Audi TT is even more apparent. At the rear, we can see the taillights inspired by those found on the TT as well as two round tailpipes connected through a blade with a Quattro logo. The interior offers enough space for up to four persons, who can take a seat on the slim sport seats with integrated head restrains.Read the entire article Official: Audi TT Offroad Concept revealed at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show [w/video]
Audi didn’t stop with the all-new TT and TTS but also unveiled the brand new TT Quattro Sport Concept at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. In our opinion, this new concept car actually previews the next-generation TT-RS.
As you can see from the photos, this new concept car comes with a new body kit consisting of a new front bumper with large air intakes, a big singleframe grille, a front end splitter made from carbon fiber, extended fenders (30 millimeters (1.18 in)), new side sill, a new rear air diffuser with integrated exhaust system featuring two big pipes and a new rear wing.
The design of the car is completed by the 20-inch wheels with a central locking mechanism and wrapped in semi-slick tires but also by the Crystal White paint finish. Inside, we find plenty of Alcantara, even the door handles are in fact a diagonal strip of Alcantara. Moreover, there are two low-set racing buckets featuring black four-point seat belts with white accentuating stripes.Read the entire article 2014 Geneva Motor Show: Audi TT Sport Quattro Concept is a welcomed surprise
At last, the 2015 Audi TT is official and the third-generation promises to be again captivating due to its emotional design and the dynamic qualities. As you can see the new TT is not a revolution in terms of design, as Audi returned to many of the lines used by the original version and placed them in a new context.
At the first model change in 2006, up to 90 kg (198.42 lb) were saved, and the 2.0 TFSI engine variant of the new TT weighs just 1,230 kg (2,711.69 lb). This makes it around 50 kg (110.23 lb) lighter than its predecessor. The interior was already shown and for those who don’t know, the highlight is that the MMI screen and instrument cluster have been combined to form a central unit called Audi virtual cockpit.
Seven of the colors in the range are new for the TT, and two of these are completely new for Audi: Nano Gray and Tango Red. For the 2015MY, Audi offers the start-stop system as standard on the new TT. The TT 2.0 TFSI and the 2.0 TDI come as standard with 17” forged wheels in five-spoke design.Read the entire article 2014 Geneva Motor Show: 2015 Audi TT is now official
Audi revealed today the first official sketches with the all-new 2015 TT that will make its world debut next month at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. As you can see from the sketches, the design is inspired by the Concept seen at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show, but don’t expect something radical, as the 2015 Audi TT will not show a fancy design.
The front end is dominated by horizontal lines, the singleframe grille is broad and flat, and the two contours form a V-pattern on the hood, The four rings logo now sits centrally on the hood, echoing the more expensive Audi R8. Moreover, the car features new headlights that come with optional LED technology or the newest Matrix LED technology.
Many details seen on the brand new TT are inspired by the original model. The flat greenhouse looks like an entity in its own right. The shape of the C-post, with a slight kink, gives the TT a powerful, athletic look and enhances the impression of tension. At the rear, we find redesigned taillights and the third brake light with a flat strip shape that links them.Read the entire article Geneva Preview: 2015 Audi TT shown in official sketches
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