2007 – 2012 Audi TT – Top Speed

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Audi TT

2007 – 2012 Audi TT

price: $38300 Engine: four-cylinder Transmission: six-speed dual-clutch Horsepower @ RPM: 211 @ 4,300 – 6,000 MPG(Cty): 18 MPG(Hwy): 25 Torque @ RPM: 258 @ 1,600 – 4,200 Displacement: 2.0 L 0-60 time: 5.3 sec. Quarter Mile time: 14.1 sec. Top Speed: 130 mph Layout: FWD

The history of the TT (Tourist Trophy) started in 1995 when Audi unveiled the first concept at the 1995 Frankfurt Motor Show. It would be a full three years before the market would be introduced to the production model in 1998, but when that happened, it arrived in both coupe and roadster versions. The first generation remained active until 2006, when the company released the second generation TT for the 2007MY.

Compared to the first generation TT . the model unveiled in 2006 featured a completely redesigned exterior, a switch from the Volkswagen Group PQ34 platform to the PQ35, and new, improved engines. At the launch, the TT MK2 was offered with a choice of two inline four-cylinder engines and a V6 carried over from the previous model, but in the years that have followed since then, Audi has enriched the line-up with even more engine choices to satisfy the market.

For the most part, the second generation TT has remained unchanged, but the past couples of years have brought on some tweaks to freshen up the car#8217;s look. In 2011, the TT was given a more powerful bumper, larger air inlets with three-dimensional, sharp edges, and fog lights set in chrome rings. Under the hood, Audi placed new technologies that allowed improved fuel consumption.

For 2012, Audi has decided to offer the TT-RS version on the US market, which is enough of a change to warrant some attention.

Hit the jump to read more about the Audi TT .

Exterior

Audi TT

Compared to the first generation, the second gen Audi TT was 5.4 in. longer and 3.1 in. wider, but only 0.2 in. higher. The body was constructed of a lightweight Audi Space Frame design that also allows it to be lighter than the model it replaced.

The 2006 Audi TT continued the motif of circles and domes launched by the first TT, but appeared more stretched with pure geometric lines. It came sporting a single-frame radiator grille with large air inlets and sharply cut, sloping headlights in the front and wide wheel arches, rear lights that generated a three-dimensional effect thanks to their visual depth, powerful exhaust tailpipes, a wide diffuser, and centered rear fog lights at the rear.

The second generation Auti TT was also given an electrically operated rear spoiler that activated only when the car reached a speed of 75 mph. When the car#8217;s speed dropped below 50 mph again, the spoiler would automatically retract.

2011 – 2012 models

For the 2011 model year, the TT got a little facelift to keep with the times. Changes included a more powerful bumper, which frames the larger air inlets with three-dimensional, sharply drawn out edges. The single-frame grille is now painted in high gloss black and the headlights received optional xenon lights.

For the daytime running lights, Audioffers twelve white LEDs arranged in a straight line at the lower edge of the headlights – a classic Audi design feature.

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