The TT is possibly one of Audi’s most versatile models. You can get your TT in a coupe or roadster model. There are also options for convertible lovers in the TT. This car has received some new trim and molding on the body to keep its looks all new and some added horsepower to keep this model competitive with Europe’s top performing sports coupes. Now with a 265 horsepower engine shoveling out 258 foot pounds of torque, the Audi TT’s turbocharged four cylinder engine performs very well for its small size.

The smaller engine does not stop this roadster from performing like a champ, the dual clutch automatic transmission and Quattro all wheel drive system give this vehicle some amazing cornering abilities and plenty of fun when you are pushing it to the limits. This vehicle is meant to ride 2 and there is very limited storage for those who are traveling in it. The rear seats are there, but almost unusable for any normal sized human being.

Bodystyles: Coupe, Convertible
Engines: 2.0L turbocharged I-4
Transmissions: 6-speed auto-clutch manual
Models: Premium, Premium Plus, Prestige, Roadster, TTS

The 2011 Audi TTS gets new exterior trim and wheels as well as standard leather and power seats. The base Premium model has been dropped from the TTS line, leaving only the Premium Plus and Prestige models. A sport mode that adjusts the suspension and steering is now standard across the TTS line. The TT, meanwhile, gets a more powerful engine and new trim to make it look more like the TTS.

Though originally bubbly and avant-garde, the Audi TT has grown into a sleek, sporty coupe. The 2011 TT adds new headlights and taillights to a new grille, while the TTS adds new 19-inch wheels and a new grille with chrome accents.

The 2011 TT adds three new interior colors and new aluminum trim. The 2011 TTS now offers standard leather, power seats and an auto-dimming mirror. Heated seats, a navigation system and stereo upgrades are all standalone upgrades for the TTS.

The 2011 Audi TT’s turbocharged four-cylinder engine is updated with Audi Valve Lift and now offers 211 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. Upgraded for the hot TTS model, the turbo four makes 265 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque sent to all four wheels via a six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and quattro all-wheel drive. A revised base engine with a bit more power is expected in 2011.

Front, side, curtain and knee airbags are all standard on the TT and TTS. Electronic aids including traction control and stability control are also standard.

All models: 21 mpg city/29 mpg highway

  • Sporty styling
  • Good handling
  • Solid chassis
  • Good fuel economy

  • Rear seats in name only
  • No manual transmission option
  • A5 money for less space
  • Light steering

Finally growing into its skin

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