Audi TT: Sportier Than Ever
Promoted by Volkswagen Group, Audi TT is a small sports car with dual door. Audi Hungaria Motor Kftis Audi’s contributory since 1998. In Gyor, Hungary, amasses both the cars. They use body shells, which they manufacture and coat at Audi’s plant in Ingolstadt.
The dual Coupe
For both the generations, TT was always available as a dual Coupe (2+2). This twin-seated car employs repeated cohort of the Volkswagen Group A stage, commencing with the A4 (PQ34). This familiar platform is the reason why the Audi TT has indistinguishable power train and suspension structure alike its platform mates. The similarity even includes an engine, which is front-mounted and has a crosswise point of reference. The wheels in the front and the quattro four-wheel system are also similar and the front suspension is completely self-regulating and uses MacPherson support.
History with Race
It was the success at the motor racing tradition of NSU in the British Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) motorcycle race that Audi TT got its popularity. It was 1911 when NSU began competing and later on, it merged with Audi.
Audi TT followed TTS, 1200TT and NSU 1000TT, the famous racecars in 1960s.
Given the performance, TT is better known as "Technology & Tradition".
Photo Gallery of Audi TT
Technical Characteristics of Audi TT
Technical Characteristics of 2010 Audi TT Roadster 2.0 TFSI S-Tronic produced by Audi (DE).
|Body Type||Drop-head coupe (cabriolet; convertible) 2 doors|
|Front Track||1562 mm|
|Rear Track||1548 mm|
|Fuel Capacity||55 liters|
|Drive Wheels||Front wheel drive|
|Steering||rack & pinion VPAS|
|Fuel Supply System||direct petrol injection|
|Max Power||211HP (155 kW) @ 4300 rpm|
|Max Torque||350Nm @ 1600 rpm|
|CO2 Emissions||168 g/Km|
|Cam Design||DOHC - Double Overhead Camshaft (per bank)|
|Valves per cylinder||4|
|Standard Wheels||8?J x 17 / 8?J x 17|
|Standard Tyres||245/45 R 17 / 245/45 R 17|
|Transmission||6 speed automatic|
|Number of gears||6|
|Acceleration 0-100 Km/h||6.1 seconds|
|Acceleration 80-120 Km/h||n/a|