Audi TT

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Audi TT Review

The New Audi TT

Audi TT

2012 Audi TT Coupe 1.8

The appearance of the test vehicle meets the second, current generation TT, but clearly visible structural changes such as a longer wheelbase and wider track.

Audi’s claim that the new model will be “driver-oriented”. This will be achieved by using lighter materials to reduce weight, as well as new technologies for a more dynamic and precise control. The third generation will be offered again in coupe with 2 +2 seats and two seater roadster. The latter will have a soft top and are expected to be released in 2015.

The third generation TT will use the all-new MQB platform developed in collaboration with Volkswagen. It will be presented for the first time auto show in Geneva next month with the third-generation Audi A3.

In the new model Audi again emphasizes the use of more aluminum. The dimensions of the compact sports car are the same (length 4185 mm, width 1840 mm, height 1350 mm). Insiders say the interior of the new TT is completely changed, it is more technological.

Outside expect the usual new models of brand design, including thinner and more angular headlights with the latest generation LED technology and sculpted forms. Most likely will be back round and features a spoiler, leapt upon reaching a certain speed.

At the start of the new TT sales will be available with 1.8-liter and two 2-liter versions of the 4-EA888 tsilindrivoya petrol engine of Volkswagen. Engines are likely to have the system shutdown cylinders to reduce fuel consumption. TT RS will probably even be powered by the familiar but modified 2.5-liter, five-cylinder turbocharged engine. Expected to offer a diesel version powered by a more powerful version of the current 2-liter diesel engine with a new common rail injection system and power less than 200 hp

The new model comes standard with front wheel zadvizhvane and more powerful variants will be equipped with the familiar system of four-wheel drive quattro. New TT is expected to hit the market in 2014-a year.

Audi TT RS Plus 2013

Even more powerful, more faster and more dynamic at the beginning of 2012 will be presented to Audi TT RS Plus. This

Audi TT

2012 Audi TT RS Coupe

compact sports car in both versions of the coupe and roadster stands out with a suggestive performance. The car will have a hard five-cylinder turbo engine with 265 kW and 360 horsepower, enough for a maximum speed of 280 km / h.

2.5-liter TFSI engine in the Audi TT RS Plus is a high performance. Compared with the engine on which it is based, a newly developed turbo engine with direct fuel injection provides 15 kW and 20 hp more power. The torque is 465 Nm, which is 15 Nm more than the previous model.

Customers can choose between the manual six-speed gearbox and seven-speed S tronik gearbox for lightning-fast gear changes. Dual-clutch transmission comes with a function Launch Control, which optimizes acceleration from space. System drive Quattro permanent all-wheel drive works with multi-plate clutch.

TT RS Plus combines dynamics and efficiency in the most impressive way. Amid distinctive growl of a five-cylinder engine coupe transmission function S accelerates from standstill 100 km / h in 4.1 seconds, while a manual transmission is the time 4.3 seconds. In model Roadster acceleration in 4.2 seconds and with manual transmission attained a speed of 100 km / h is 4.4 seconds.

Audi TT

2012 Audi TT

Top speed is limited to 280 km / h for all versions of the car. S coupe tronik transmission medium using 8.5 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers and Roadster uses 8.6 liters per 100 km. Among numerous measures to improve efficiency, the highest number of savings are mainly due to the extremely light body made of aluminum front and steel rear.

Coupe with manual transmission, including that with Quattro drive weighs only 1,450 kilograms. In this power-to-weight ratio is 4.0 pounds per horsepower. Ratio of power-weight roadster is 4.2 kg per horsepower. The high quality of the brake system is able to cope with engine power at any time.

Fixed four-piston unit in conjunction with perforated (ventilated) brake discs are mounted on the front axle. Audi TT RS Plus is equipped with 19-inch alloy wheels that are painted black with contrasting red RIM flanges. Wheels are fitted with high performance tires 255/35 R19. System Adaptive Damping known for the Audi magnetic ride is available as an option.

Large, fixed rear wing increases downforce at the rear of the car at high speeds. Radiator grille, Singleframe is also decisive for the Audi TT RS Plus. Web is highly polished anthracite, aluminum frame and matte look. External housings, straniyani mirrors are made of carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP). Sports exhaust system complete with two black oval tailpipes. Package of carbon (Carbon) design in the engine compartment, provides a more exclusive and unique look.

Audi TT

History of the model:

Audi TT

Audi TT Roadster 3.2 quattro

06/98 Presentation of the model. Engines: 1.8-liter turbocharged engine in two versions: 180 horsepower front-wheel drive or Quattro, 225 hp with Quattro.

09/99 Presentation of convertible version Roadster. Engines and equipment are the same as for body modification.

03/01 A third version of the 1.8-liter turbocharged engine – 150 horsepower, front-wheel drive only.

07/03 New engine: 3.2-liter V6 with 250 horses, only Quattro, Tiptronic automatic

09/06 Change model.

Audi TT looks like it was designed to sit just in case. This really is not – it is ready for challenges. Another thing is for sure, it Audi’s design department made a masterpiece.

Audi only had to ensure that TT will get the right engine to become a real bestseller. So I did – 1.8-liter turbocharged engine perfectly fits the car, even in the least modification of 150 hp Compared with him, the most powerful six-cylinder engine has almost no advantage in terms of power.

Audi TT

Audi TT Tuning

Management and suspension of TT sports a perfect fit for his kind. At the beginning of the production cycle, Audi had a problem with the steering, which was removed from the company’s workshops.

Whether coupe or convertible – TT is a true athlete. However, a real sporty, take any turbo engines. The only thing you will not like in daily living with TT is poor visibility from the cabin.

Pros: + very good craftsmanship, powerful motors, robust suspension.

Cons: – poor visibility from the cabin, a small space in the interior, high costs Quattro versions.

The most common damage in Audi TT:

Electric: defects: water pump, thermostat (end of 1999), broken computer, immobilizer control (cars manufactured in 1999 and 2000), broken gauge fuel tank.

Motors: torn straps, blocking valves (end of 1999).

Service shares: many incidents require service shares changing steering, adding spoilers and ESP all cars manufactured up to 12/1999.

All modifications and engine of the Audi TT was first produced far

1998 – 2005

Audi TT

1998 Audi TT

TT Coupe 1.8 5V Turbo – 2 door / coupe (8N) 180 hp Manual
TT Coupe 1.8 5V Turbo Quattro – 2 door / coupe (8N) 225 hp Manual

1999 – 1999

TT Coupe 1.8 5V Turbo Quattro – 2 door / coupe (8N) 180 hp Manual

1999 – 2005

TT Roadster 1.8 5V Turbo Quattro – 2 door / convertible (8N) 180 hp Manual
TT Roadster 1.8 5V Turbo Quattro – 2 door / convertible (8N) 225 hp Manual
TT Coupe 1.8 5V Turbo Quattro – 2 door / coupe (8N) 180 hp Manual
TT Roadster 1.8 5V Turbo – 2 door / convertible (8N) 180 hp Manual

2002 – 2005

TT Roadster 1.8 5V Turbo – 2 door / convertible (8N) 150 hp Manual
TT Coupe 1.8 5V Turbo – 2 door / coupe (8N) 180 hp Automatic transmission
TT Roadster 1.8 5V Turbo – 2 door / convertible (8N) 180 hp Automatic transmission

2003 – 2005

TT Coupe 1.8 5V Turbo – 2 door / coupe (8N) 150 hp Manual

2003 – 2006

Audi TT

2003 Audi TT Coupe 3.2 quattro

TT Coupe 3.2 Quattro – 2 door / coupe (8N) 250 hp Automatic transmission
TT Roadster 3.2 Quattro – 2 door / convertible (8N) 250 hp Automatic transmission

2004 – 2006

TT Coupe 3.2 Quattro – 2 door / coupe (8N) 250 hp Manual
TT Roadster 3.2 Quattro – 2 door / convertible (8N) 250 hp Manual

2005 – 2006

TT Roadster 1.8 5V Turbo – 2 door / convertible (8N) 190 hp Automatic transmission
TT Roadster 1.8 5V Turbo quattro – 2 door / convertible (8N) 190 hp Manual
TT Roadster 1.8 5V Turbo – 2 door / convertible (8N) 190 hp Manual
TT Coupe 1.8 5V Turbo – 2 door / coupe (8N) 163 hp Manual
TT Coupe 1.8 5V Turbo – 2 door / coupe (8N) 190 hp Manual
TT Coupe 1.8 5V Turbo – 2 door / coupe (8N) 190 hp Automatic transmission
TT Coupe 1.8 5V Turbo quattro – 2 door / coupe (8N) 190 hp Manual
TT Roadster 1.8 5V Turbo – 2 door / convertible (8N) 163 hp Manual

2006 – present

Audi TT

2006 Audi TT 2.0 TFSI

TT Coupe 3.2 quattro – 2 door / coupe (8J) 250 hp Manual
TT Coupe 3.2 quattro – 2 door / coupe (8J) 250 hp Automatic transmission
TT Coupe 2.0 TFSI – 2 door / coupe (8J) 200 hp Automatic transmission
TT Coupe 2.0 TFSI – 2 door / coupe (8J) 200 hp Manual

2007 – present

TT Roadster 3.2 quattro – 2 door / convertible (8J) 250 hp Automatic transmission
TT Roadster 2.0 TFSI – 2 door / convertible (8J) 200 hp Manual
TT Roadster 2.0 TFSI – 2 door / convertible (8J) 200 hp Automatic transmission
TT Roadster 3.2 quattro – 2 door / convertible (8J) 250 hp Manual

2008 – present

TTS Coupe 2.0 TFSI – 2 door / coupe 272 hp Manual
TTS Coupe 2.0 TFSI – 2 door / coupe 272 hp Automatic transmission
TT Coupe 2.0 TDI quattro – 2 door / coupe (8J) 170 hp Manual
TT Coupe 1.8 TFSI – 2 door / coupe (8J) 160 hp Manual
TTS Roadster 2.0 TFSI – 2 doors / 272 hp convertible Automatic transmission
TTS Roadster 2.0 TFSI – 2 doors / 272 hp convertible Manual
TT Roadster 2.0 TDI quattro – 2 door / convertible (8J) 170 hp Manual
TT Roadster 1.8 TFSI – 2 door / convertible (8J) 160 hp Manual

Comments from owners of Audi TT

Audi TT

2009 Audi TT Roadster 1.8 TFSI S-Line

The car is very lightweight and aerodynamic, and its modest displacement 1.8 does not involve great expense during quiet ride. I am deeply convinced that if you try and 6/100 will bring the suburban expense. Model else that I know is healthy and out without heavy and expensive problems. Little closer in, but I guess that you know it. If you like it, looking for something and ride safely to brave!

For those TT’s I’ve heard that without warning them collapsing mileage and other equipment on board, which is in front of you. I’m driving a car, ride … I was even many like her. But 4-5 years ago it seemed to me a great car, now look at it as a little feminine, but you might have a different opinion – if your heart is taken.

I think 1.8T engine in combination with quattro drive would be a good option, it’s not a bad engine not particularly increased fuel consumption. The other bike I think it was 3.2 V6 … if you can stand it that would be optimal. But if the car is for BG I vote with both hands for the 1.8T + quattro, even if it is convertible and here’s a great summer car.

In section 20 of the TT has two threads for cars like this, we talked about not wanting to burn. It turns out that the problem with both was at the gas pump, so I thought if they care what breaks here it may break and if you are wondering expensive parts find parts and see the price.

I have a question, I know that after 2002 1.8T engine has a problem with silkworms of the candles, which is widespread and mainly the fault of Audi. Whether this problem will not appear on this TT 1.8 t engine?

If you buy your TT let it be 225 or 180 horse quattro quattro, 150 and 180 versions of the front horse is not worth much, that is why we are affordable (cheap but they are the True TT’s are € 7,000 and up), as you wrote, but a sense of TT front only if you buy it for looks and do not care what ‘is under the hood, if you decide to make your bodyweight to better buy 4 A3 or Golf 1.8T will at least save someone eur.

Audi TT

Audi TT Tuning

Because of a design to take only TT if not better automotive (225 hp) and 4×4. no sense, even if its design is controversial because the front looks very good but is super sharp speaking, disproportionately, the front overhang is longer than the back and stared at her side the car looks unnaturally disproportionate and have a sense that the asphalt will be plowed in more severe braking. Design a car with two words form without function especially.

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