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2007 Audi TT Quattro

2007 Audi TT Quattro

2007 Audi TT Quattro

2007 Audi TT Quattro interior

Year (of specifications) 2007
Engine 3.2 litre V6
Transmission 6 speed manual AWD
Max speed 155 mph (limited)
0-60 mph 5.5 seconds
Horsepower 250 bhp @ 6300 rpm
weight 1430 kgs / 3152 lbs

The first generation Audi TT, launched in the autumn of 1998 took the sports coupe segment by storm and raised Audi's brand profile. The second generation TT Coupe is even more dynamic than its predecessor in terms of its design, its drivetrain, and its running gear.

The very architecture of the new Audi TT Coupe embodies the style, stability and power of a pure driving machine. The bullish stance of the base body and the low, narrow styling of the greenhouse together form a sculpture of simple, unfussy lines. The Audi design team has lovingly adopted and enhanced the visual code the motif of circles and domes of the predecessor model. The new Audi TT appears more stretched, and even at a standstill seems to be striving to move forward; taut panels emphasize the impression of dynamic movement. The new TT is 5.3 inches longer than its predecessor at 162.9 inches, and 3 inches wider at 71.8 inches.

The body is constructed in the ASF Space Frame design developed by Audi and consists of aluminum and steel. This is the first time that it has combined different materials alongside each other. 69 percent of the superstructure is made of aluminum. The steel components making up the remaining 31 percent are to be found at the rear end, so as to ensure balanced distribution of the axle loads. To improve downforce, a spoiler is extended from the tailgate when the vehicle reaches a speed of 75 mph.


Similar and related vehicles:
Audi TTS (2008)
Audi TT S-Line (2007)
Audi TT V6 Quattro
Audi TT V6 Convertible


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