2016 Audi TT
New 2016 Audi TT will come redesigned and more attractive and aggressive than its predecessors. New styling should refresh the look of this vehicle, which was its halo for the last 15 years. Then, new car was similar to VW iconic Beetle, but sportier version. With new cabin and excellent road performance, TT became one of the favorites between buyers. Even with excellent performance and look, TT has never been considered as sport vehicle. Now, with 2016 Audi TT, German carmaker will try to make a new image of its vehicle.
2016 Audi TT engine
Two powertrain options will be available for 2016 Audi TT. Standard option will be 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder drivetrain capable to deliver 230 hp. Standard will be front-wheel drive system. According to some information, 6 seconds will be needed to hit the 60 mph mark form zero. Other option will be more powerful TTS model. Stronger engine will deliver 310 hp and will use Quattro drive system. It will reach same speed in 4.5 seconds. Gearbox for both options will be six-speed manual as standard, while automatic with shift-paddle control, called S-tronic, will be available as upgrade.
2016 Audi TT redesign
Size of the Audi TT, third generation of the car, should remain the same. Planned weight reduction of 110 lbs won’t be noticed from its look. German carmaker will get it by making most of the parts for hood, fenders, doors and trunk of aluminum and other lightweight materials. Longer wheelbase will allow more space in the cabin. Seating plan will be 2+2.
All passengers and driver will feel a pleasure of ride in 2016 Audi TT from new infotainment system. Most of the controls will be made from 12.3-inch display in the center stash of the new Audi TT. Few looks of gauges will be available, while car will have installed all latest connections for your smartphones. Truck will suffer some enlarging for a half of a cubic feet.
2016 Audi TT release date and price
We are still waiting for official confirmation, but it is certain that new Audi TT will arrive at dealerships in US during 2015. Starting price will probably go from around $40.000 and upgraded TTS model will go over $50.000.