2020 Audi TT

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2020 Audi TT

2020 Audi TT welcome to audicarusa.com discover New Audi sedans, SUVs & coupes get our expert review. OK, let’s start by saying that this is just a design study of what a TT might look like in 13 years. Did you say that, it’s already 2020? This Veyron-like beauty is hot. Bulgarian economists and auto designer Nikola Vargov obviously has some sick skills because this looks much better than any Audi (or pretty much anything else) on the road and when it’s on sale next to the wholesale looking new TT for the same price (it Does not cost much more to B end sheet metal, right?) Then I’m sure it would win most sales battles. Here’s an idea. Sell this and the TT and do it soon.

Audi engineers have been seen testing prototypes of a facelift version of the TT sports cars. The current TT is the third generation of the Audi icon and was introduced in 2016. We hope that the facelifted version come in at the beginning of 2019, as a 2020 model. The team of camouflage in the prototype suggests only subtle tweaks to the facelift. Expect new front and rear fascias and possibly new patterns of wheel. We can also see that the interior of the headlights will come with a new design. It is not clear what changes will take place in the cab, but we could see an updated version of the infotainment system and further aid to the ride.

Under the hood, the same powertrain options should be maintained, although perhaps with tweaks to deliver increased performance and/or the economy. The TT currently has a 2.0-liter turbo inline 4 good of 220 hp. The TTS has the same engine, but with marked output of 292 hp, and at the top of the range is the TT RS with a 2.5-liter turbo inline 5 good of 400 hp. The TT is an ideal choice for buyers who want to do something elegant and sporty, but do not want to give up comfort. The car can also be quite hardcore in the TT RS disguise, although is to divide your platform with the humble Volkswagen Golf.

At the rear, the tail lights are thinner placed at the end of the edges of the luggage compartment lid in place of the wound around the corners as the coupe, while the small rear window slopes gently toward the small boot lip spoiler.

“With the TT, Audi I think one of the icons in the layout of cars of the last 20 years,” said Dr. Hacken an Audi, a member of the board of technical development. “In the years that followed, we have designed our elegant and sporty five-door sporty Audi A5 and Audi A7. In our concept behind Audi TT show car, we can now combine both concepts in a new member of the family TT potential. “

2020 Audi TT

Frameless doors swing open to reveal an interior is directly from the TT coupe (in the front at least), with the same 12.3-inch virtual cockpit display behind the wheel and Bulls eye vents built with digital control panels. In the rear there are two individual back seats, divided by an armrest that can be folded downwards to extend the boot.

Power comes from a 394bhp 2.0 four-cylinder TFSI engine-a deoptimized version of the engine first shown in the TT Quattro Sport concept at the Geneva show in March. Genrating its maximum power at 6, 400rpm and maximum torque of 450Nm between 2,400 and 6, Min, it sends power to all four wheels via a seven-speed s tronic dual-clutch gearbox. Fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are quoted as 40.4 mpg and 162g/km, with a 0-62mph time of 3.9 seconds.