2016 Audi TT Release date and Review
2016 Audi TT continues its sporty coupe tradition, but added power, performance and interior refinement should finally place this model among its BMW and Porsche peers. The 2016 Audi TT is redesigned with sharper exterior style, more power and a sophisticated new cabin. It’s easy to forget the visual impact of the Audi TT’s debut 15 years ago. the TT looked like no other Audi on the road. A handsome teardrop cabin flanked short front and rear ends that pulled tight to the road’s surface. Flared fenders and a duckbill spoiler gave the TT presence even while at rest. Yet despite its dynamic shape, the TT never earned a serious sports-car reputation. Audi aims to change that with the 2016 Audi TT.
2016 Audi TT is going to produce the newest interior and multimedia system and a large trunk in order the vehicle is able to adopt high strength steel in the floor which has a longer wheelbase and revised Quattro all wheel drive system. The structure requires a magnetic control which is same with the Chevrolet Corvette, 2016 Audi TT has not asserted its U.S. Line up of machine. As a result, the American customers are also able to look for another models. The characteristics of optional safety are going to inject rear mounted radar sensors to change the lane changes safety and also use LED High beams for controlling the lamps. The changed cockpit will modify the front seats for comfortable position. The drivers can use A 12.3 inch digital instrument display to select a classic virtual speed and RPM gauges in the foreground or a multimedia display and smartphone. Finally, the manufacturer will enlarge about 0.5 cubic feet to the trunk of 2016 Audi TT.
2016 Audi TT will offer two engines. The base model gets a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder rated at 230 horsepower powering the front wheels. 2016 Audi TT is also paired an uprated 310 Horsepower version which related to the Quattro all wheel drive system, Audi says this combination is good for a 0-62-mph sprint in 6 seconds. European models will offer a standard six-speed manual transmission, with an optional six-speed automatic transmission with shift-paddle control. Unlike the current model, we hope Audi sees fit to offer the TT in America with the manual transmission.
2016 Audi TT will arrive at U.S. dealerships sometime in 2015, the price offered by the company around $40,000, and the next TTS model is also revealed, the cost is around $52,000.
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