Audi has announced new Audi TT with a new version of the entry-level engine.
From July 2015, Audi 1.8 TFSI to the new base will be available, which makes 180 hp for powerful driving pleasure. The new entry-level engine price, 2015 Audi TT Coupé is available from € 32,100 ($ 34.455) and Audi TT Roadster from € 34,500 ($ 37.040).
|2015 Audi TT Coupe|
The turbocharged four-cylinder engine draws its power from 1.8 liters of displacement and are in range 1250-5000 rev / min a maximum torque of 250 Nm. 2015 Audi TT Coupe 1.8 TFSI accelerates in conjunction with the 6-speed manual transmission in 6.9 seconds from 0 to 100 km / h with the optional seven-speed S-tronic dual-clutch transmission in 7.0 seconds, and on up to a top speed of 241 km / h.
The Audi TT Roadster 1.8 TFSI, the corresponding values for the standard sprint 7.2 seconds loud with the manual transmission and 7.3 seconds for the “S tronic”. The top speed for both combinations 237 km / h.
100 kilometers of the 1.8 TFSI consumes on average as a coupe only 5.7 to 6.0 liters of fuel, which corresponds to a CO2 emissions 129-138 g equivalent / km. 2015 Audi TT Roadster 1.8 TFSI there are on average 5.8 to 6.1 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers (CO2 emissions 132-142 g / km).
|2015 Audi TT Roadster|
Even the basic version brings the compact sports car with all the strengths that distinguish the new model generation of the 2015 Audi TT: the purist-sporty character, a striking design and a dynamic chassis. Even with the equipment no restrictions apply: The sports seats with integrated head restraints are standard features, along the progressive steering and the “Audi Virtual Cockpit”.
By progressive steering – their rack is designed so that the translation corresponds to the steering is direct – allows the Audi TT move agile and precise in city traffic and on winding country roads with little steering angle. The electro-mechanically driven progressive steering further align its support with the speed.
When “Audi Virtual Cockpit” is a fully digital instrument cluster, which presents all the information in front of the driver – the central monitor is a thing of the past. The driver can choose between two display modes: In the classical view are the speedometer and tachometer in the foreground, the “Infotainment” mode, the virtual instruments are smaller. On the free surface which is created by other receive functions such as the navigation map, a lot of space.
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