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The history of Audi TT dates back to 1995, when its concept was shown at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Audi TT in the body of the 8S is the third generation of the car that loved everyone. It is not difficult to identify the novelty, although it retained all the features peculiar to its predecessors, but acquired new solutions in terms of design. So in the eyes immediately rushes a new proprietary Audi radiator grille, it is a protruding down hexagon, made of black plastic with long horizontally oriented ribs. Also worth noting the updated optics, headlights headlamps predatorily look out from under the edge of the hood, in the basic configuration they are xenon with a border of LED daytime running lights, but for an additional fee you can install a matrix headlamp. Naturally, the car has a new bumper, it looks very aggressive and dynamic thanks to the air intakes on either side of the radiator grille, they resemble the air intakes of a jet fighter or a racing car.



The new generation of the Audi TT has become a little shorter, but the size of the wheelbase has increased, which makes the interior more spacious. In general, the overall dimensions of the novelty are: the length of 4177 mm, the width of 1832 mm, the height of 1353 mm, the wheelbase of 2505 mm, the ground clearance of a small 130 mm, but it should be taken into account that this is a coupe with a small but powerful motor designed for a sprint on the urban jungle or maneuvering in the stream of cars on the track. On the bill of the trunk, you can say the same thing, such a car does not at all imply the transportation of goods or something like that, in the car 305 liters of free space for your bags and other necessary things.


In addition, I want to note that Audi TT is based on the space frame Audi Space Frame. The role of the supporting structure is performed by a sort of cell inside the car, which, in turn, is hung with body panels. Of the advantages of this design, I want to note the extraordinary lightness and rigidity of the design, thanks to this decision, the car will show good handling and stability in steep turns. Due to the fact that the role of the supporting structure is performed by the frame, the body panels can be made of light and resistant corrosion of the alloys, for example the roof frame and the car's thresholds are aluminum.


Audi TT is equipped with two engines and two gearboxes. Everyone can choose something for themselves, especially if you are a fan of pure drive and prefer to fully control the situation on the road, because even the top engine can be equipped with a six-speed manual transmission of variable gears.


  • The basic engine of the Audi TT is a gasoline turbocharged inline four with a capacity of 1,798 cubic centimeters. Such a power unit in its peak develops 180 horsepower and is capable of dispersing a car weighing 1285 kilograms to a speed of 100 kilometers per hour in 6.9 seconds with a manual transmission and for 7 seconds with a robotic gearbox. The high-speed ceiling, in turn, will be 241 kilometers per hour. Despite such an amazing dynamics, the car will not make you live at a gas station, because its consumption during a city trip with frequent acceleration and braking will be only 7.5 liters of gasoline per hundred kilometers, 5 liters with a leisurely trip along the route and 5.9 liters in a mixed cycle of motion. As mentioned above, this power unit can be equipped with a six-speed manual gearbox as well as a seven-stage robot. But here the system of a full drive for it is inaccessible.

  • The top engine of the Audi TT is a turbocharged four with a capacity of 1984 cubic centimeters. This powerplant in the peak develops 230 horsepower, which is pretty decent for such a light car. The maximum speed will be 250 kilometers per hour, limited by electronics, and acceleration to hundreds with a manual transmission - 6 seconds. If you equip the car with a seven-speed robotic gearbox and an all-wheel drive system, the car will shoot up to hundreds in 5.3 seconds. Despite the impressive dynamics and the herd of horses under the hood, the power unit is quite economical, during a trip in the city with frequent acceleration and braking, the fuel consumption of a car equipped with a six-speed manual gearbox will be 7.4 liters of gasoline per hundred kilometers, 5 , 1 liter when traveling on the highway and 6 liters while driving in a mixed cycle of traffic. As already mentioned above, such an engine can work in pairs with both a six-speed manual transmission and a seven-stage robot, in addition, a car with a robotic gearbox can be equipped with an all-wheel drive system.