In this review, we are going to take a closer look at the Audi TT. We will examine the details about the Audi TT under three main categories such as The Features of the Audi TT, The Fuel Consumption of the Audi TT and Basic Characteristics of Audi TT. These categories prepared for explaining the vehicle from any perspective. Before beginning the review, I would like to share some general information about the history of the Audi TT. Perhaps one of Audi's best-known sports car models, the TT has a history of four generations. It first appeared as a concept vehicle at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1995. Three years later, towards the end of the 90s, the German automobile manufacturer Audi started mass production of the TT model, and the car attracted considerable attention among the sports cars of its era. The car is still being produced under the umbrella of the Volkswagen Group with its fourth generation. Although there are various speculations about the model's name origin, the most realistic among them is that the TT model is dedicated to "Isle of Man TT", a racing organization in Britain, or it is an abbreviation of the motto "Technology & Tradition".
The Features of the Audi TT
In this part of the review, we are going to focus on the features of the Audi TT. We can start with the exterior design of the Audi TT. When we look at the exterior design of the car, we see a very compact and dynamic body structure. Although the coupe class is more common, the TT model, which also has a convertible option, distinguishes itself among sports cars with its unique body design. With more horizontal body lines and a structure close to the ground, the TT provides a very good aerodynamic grip. When we look at the front, the harmony of the LED headlights and the grille design reminds us of another Audi model, the R8. The TT, which is familiar from the R8 in terms of design, has quite simple details at the rear. Wide LED taillights make the car noticeable, while the curved body section contributes to the car's compact structure. Now, we are moving on to the interior design of the Audi TT. The design team has created an extremely organized and driver-oriented interior design. TT makes a difference in its interior design class especially in terms of usability. Audi designers, who equip the centre of the circular ventilation outlets with small digital instrument panels, solved the problem of the climate control screen in this way. This situation provided minimal control mechanisms and simple design at the bottom. The centre console does not have a multimedia screen that we are used to from other sports cars. Instead, the Audi Virtual Cockpit screen in front of the driver offers simple operation to meet all needs. Finally, the sports steering wheel design offers an extremely comfortable driving experience and looks quite stylish in terms of aesthetics.
The Fuel Consumption of the Audi TT
Now, we are going to focus on the fuel consumption of the Audi TT. We usually work on popular engine types and making analyses on them by checking details for an efficient fuel consumption analysis. While choosing the right car, you need specific and simple information. That’s why we are using this distinction method to make things easier for you. We use two main categories to make a useful distinction such as The Most Economical One and The Most Powerful One. However, we have got only one official engine data about the Audi TT. It is 2.0 TFSI engine type. We are going to analyse it with all details we can give. We can start with the general engine structure of the 2.0 TFSI. It has got a four cylindered and four valved inner structure with a 1984 cm3 size. It is using a Petrol feed fuel system so we can say that it is a Petrol type engine. The engine’s acceleration timing is 4.0 seconds and the maximum speed level is 250 km/h! It can produce 306 HP and 5400 RPM Torque. According to the official factory data, 2.0 TFSI has got a 9,0lt/100km (which refers to 31 MPG in the UK) fuel consumption performance in Urban usage. However, this MPG performance decreasing to 6,0lt/100km (which refers to 47 MPG in the UK) in Extra Urban usage such as Highways or Long-Distance Trip. When we combine these two fuel consumption data, we get a 7,0lt/100km (which refers to 40 MPG in the UK) average fuel consumption rate.
Basic Characteristics of Audi TT