Although the market scene has already satisfied with the coupe version of TT, but Audi never satisfy to introduce the 2016 Audi TT roadster. This third generation TT has completely done in the market because its roadster is very popular for the customers. Last summer was coupe and the next summer it will be roadster as stated by Audi in the media. For your information, the Ascari racetrack comes as the favorite track for Audi to test their new TT several months ago and they will test the new version of TT in the next summer. Another name for this new TT’s version is the topless TT.
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2016 Audi TT Roadster Exterior
I believe you will be surprised when you take a look at coupe first and then seeing the 2016 Audi TT roadster next. The proportions have a hundred eighty degree differentiation than the coupe version. It is like an evolution of coupe into roadster. Audi choose sheet metal as the materials for the body segment with angular designs. The iconic Audi’s ring was placed into the front hood sections now. Moreover, the grille comes with aggressive look and represent the engine variant will be new as possible. The rear segment has the third brake light now. It fused with the taillights with properly design.
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2016 Audi TT Roadster Interior
If other lineup has developed by Volkswagen group, the 2016 Audi TT roadster has the same developer for the technologies. A program has been successfully implemented on the TT roadster is weight-saving MQB architecture. It gives a wonderful system on the cabin inside this car. There is a 12.3 inches TFT display briefly placed in front of driver steer as same as the coupe version. The controls of course can be found on the steering wheel. Therefore, the driver has fully control for the entire navigation system of the TT in the first passenger seat. The cockpit-theme can be found inside the cabin.
2016 Audi TT Roadster Under the Hood
There are two variants of 2016 Audi TT roadster. The first one is the current EA888 2.0 Liter TFSI engine which produces around 292 horsepower. Meanwhile, the second variant is 2.0 Liter with VW group product development DQ250. However, this engine is not designed for speeding. It has only 220 horsepower with 5.2 seconds of reaching 62 mph. These engines are served by dual-clutch six-speed automatic transmission. Therefore, you will have super-fast shift with this roadster version. Moreover, you won’t feel unwanted vibration in the 155mph of top speed, thanks to the dual-clutch system by Audi.