Your first look at this car still tells you that the TT DNA is very much preserved and it is still as easily recognizable as they have not put in that much of a changes here. One of the more significant ones here is the new bumper in front which comes with bigger air inlets, new nice looking fog lights which are surrounded by chrome rings s well as the high-gloss black single-frame grille.

As with most Audi cars these days, you will have its LEDs illuminated in front in broad daylight while at its rear are the nice looking reflectors which is also where you get bigger exhaust tail pipes which is about 2 centimeters more. Inside the new TT is where you get a lot bit more of silver and black shades around. You will also be happy to see that they have included 3 new colours inside the car namely Garnet Red, Nougat Brown and Titanium Grey. You will also get leather seats inside as well. You would also like its optional Magnetic Ride Shock Absorber System which is activated through the ‘Sport’ button where you will be able to control the servo boost for the steering wheel and the engine sound.

As mentioned, the engine is the one that got the most changes where it now comes with a 2.0 TFSI engine which gets you 11 horses more than its previous 200 horsepower engine which essentially is a tweaked version as they are the same. They come with a dual-clutch 5 speed STronic and Quatrro All-Wheel Drive system where it gets you from zero to hundred in merely 5.6 seconds. Of course, this is very much boosted with a AVS (Audi Valvelift System) which is typically its direct fuel injection and turbocharged system. There would also be a diesel version engine while the petrol one also comes with a 1.8TFSI engine that gets you to 160horswpower.

The other engines are a 1.8 TFSI with 160 bhp/250 Nm and a 2.0 TDI with 170 bhp/350 Nm. Opt for the diesel and you’ll be rewarded by 18.9 km/l combined consumption. Available as an option on all variants is Audi’s magnetic ride shock absorber system together with a Sport button that allows the driver to control servo boost for the steering and the engine sound in two stages.

 

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