Audi, the highly acclaimed carmaker, unveiled one of its most enviable sports car models ‘“ the 2015 Audi TT at the 84th Geneva Motor Show. The exemplary Audi TT, launched way back in 1998, had received great reviews worldwide.
Audi, the highly acclaimed carmaker, unveiled one of its most enviable sports car models – the 2015 Audi TT at the 84th Geneva Motor Show. The exemplary Audi TT, launched way back in 1998, had received great reviews worldwide. However, the 2015 Audi TT model promises to outperform its predecessor. Enthused on the ‘Sports Quattro Concept’, this car guarantees better performance and efficiency.
Design, Built & Exteriors:
Based on the Volkswagen MQB platform, the car looks sporty, is more masculine, and is lighter in comparison to the earlier version, thanks to its hybrid steel & aluminum architecture. With a length of 4180mm, width of 1832mm, and height of 1353mm, the boot space of the car is 305 liters, which is 13 liters more than the old version.
Audi seamlessly integrates many enticing features to its all-new model. The 2015 Audi TT exteriors look appealing with a single-frame grill, novel headlights with optional Matrix LED technology, 20-spoke alloys, colossal air dams on the bumper, and more. However, the rear of the car with Quad Exhaust System, boot lid spoiler, and LED tail lamps, is very similar to the current version of the car.
The 2015 Audi TT interiors are the main highlight of this car. The 12.3-inch display of the Multi Media Interface with resolution of 1.440×540 comes with an Nvidia T30-Quadcore CPU for the comfort of the driver, providing all necessary data with great ease.
The other significant 2015 Audi TT features include Bang and Olufsen 12 speaker, jet turbine engine stimulated AC vents, two door-mounted woofers system, 14 channel amplifier, and more.
Engine & Performance:
We expect the car to come with a 4-cylinder 2.0 litre TFSI turbo petrol engine yielding 230bhp of max power and 370Nm of peak torque. The TT-S version of the car, also unveiled with the TT, would muster 310bhp of power & 380Nm of torque from the 2.0 litre TFSI turbo petrol engine and 184bhp of power & 380Nm of torque from the 2.0 TDI turbo diesel mill. However, we foresee Audi not fitting the diesel engine in its Indian version. We await exact details on the engine and mileage.
The 2015 Audi TT Price is still under wraps.
The all-new Audi TT with its aggressive exteriors and alluring interiors promises to attract many buyers. This two-seater sports car with the trust and reliability of brand Audi certainly looks promising. However, its success largely depends on the price tag that would come with it.