The next TT will include the MQB Modular-Transversal architecture. Audi is looking to its first generation car for its next generation. It is anticipated that it will have a shorter front overhang and a longer wheelbase relative in relation to the car’s overall profile. The overall footprint or vehicle size will remain relatively unchanged.
The TT's interior is flawless leaving no history to its VW Golf lineage. A crafted interior is modern with a bit of flair with its faux suede and leather upholstery. 10 way power seats and navigation system bring the TT to full functionality.
The Audi was one of the pristine cars arriving in the late 90's with its dramatic front and rear profiles. The Audi TT name is generated from a successful motor racing tradition of NSU Motorenwerke AG which later merged into the Audi Brand. Both Technology and Tradition have been connected with the TT signature.
Manufacturer: Audi AG
Production: 1998 – Current
Current Production Models include: 2 Door Coupe, 2 Door Roadster
Specific Models: TT Coupe, TT Roadster, TTS Coupe, TT RS Coupe, TTS Roadster, TT RS Coupe, TT RS Roadster
Production Facility: Ingolstadt, Germany (body shell); Gyor, Hungary(engines and final assy)
Platform: Volkswagen Group A Series (original A4 (PQ34))
Engine: Transverse Front
Architecture: MQB Modular-Transversal
Manufacturing and Painting: Ingolstadt Plant
Top End HP: TT RS @ 400 horsepower
Audi subsidiary Audi Hungaria Motor Kft
23 cubic feet of cargo space
Coupe Rear Seating
Front and All Wheel (Quattro 4 Wheel Drive) Drive Platform
4/5 cylinder Engines
Front-Mounted Transversely Oriented Engine
Fully Independent Front Suspension