New Audi TT and TTS Roadster
It’s time to say hello and welcome the new member of TT family and the most awaited new Audi TT and TTS roadster. Audi has revealed first exclusive images of its new TT Roadster ahead of next week’s Paris motor show.
Audi TT is one of the sporty and cool range from Audi that amazingly famous worldwide for its great stylist look, eye catching design and high performance to stands out of the crowd.
Audi TT Roadster is compact two seater beautiful car have got authentic design and dynamics driving properties with strong features to make strong impression on the road.
Impressive and New line Interior Design
New TT Roadster replaces analog displays with virtual cockpit that possibly to toggle between two levels of 12.3 inch display. This will enable the driver to customise the display behind the steering wheel dominated by rev counter and tachograph. TTS Roadster features third and sporty view that focuses on the rev counter that sounds important racing element.
The standard features includes MMI radio, xenon plus headlights, LED rearlights and air conditioning. There is a optional Bang & Olufsen sound system available that provides 680 watts of power that features 12 loudspeakers. The sound system fitted with white LED light conductor highlights at night.
TTS Roadater will get S sport seats that would be optionally available in TT Roadster.
Light weight fabric roof adds sportiness
Both TT and TTS Roadster model features electrically fully opened fabric roof that opens and close in just 10 seconds, even at driving speed of around 50km/h. The fabric roof would be available in three colours – standard black, titanium grey and jive. Audi says its 3kg lighter because of its high quality materials that used mixture of magnesium, aluminium, steel and plastic. While it opens, it forms a Z shape and folds together into flat package.
Auid TT and TTS Roadster Images
More Powerful and Faster Engines
TT Roadster will be available in two choice of engines are – 2.0 litre TDI and 2.0 litre TFSI turbocharged four cylinder engine. The diesel engine meets Euro 6 standard and uses averages 4.3 litres of fuel per 100 kilometres. Whereas 2.0 litre petrol engines claims 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.9 seconds at its maximum speed of 250km/h.
Meanwhile TTS Roadster will available only in one engine – 2.0 litre petrol with four wheel drive in choice of automatic or two-clutch gearboxes. TTS Roadster would able to sprint from 0 to 62mph in 4.9 seconds at its maximum speed at 155mph.
All the engine model will get standard Auto stop and start system.
The Audi TT Roadster will be available to order from Mid-November with first deliveries to be made in Spring 2015. Where TTS Roadster open its order from early 2015.