Recently, we saw the first prototypes in 2019 to cover the convertible version of the Audi TT and was recognized. There is a great expectation that the car can get its debut. The TT 2019 is also well known as the TT Roadster with some shots of spies that have been confirmed.
2019 Audi TT Exterior and Interior
The company considered the same size to hold the current model, but the car would be around at least 110 pounds lighter. With body weight through the construction of the bonnet, roof, luggage compartment lid, fenders and also aluminum doors, of course, it is no wonder that the new Audi TT 2019 can earn more pounds. Not only that, but it is also said that the company to reduce the weight by the engine, seat frame and also the propulsion system.
Inside, the vehicle offers a sportier design, especially for the driving position, the car presented with the cockpit of the front seat renewed and is closer to the ground. Classic mode can be found through the 12.3-inch digital instrument display, the speed and also virtual RPM meter is completed. It will also display the navigation functions, entertainment and smartphone. The new feature also provides a language control that is intuitive and natural. A larger hull with a 0.5 cubic foot might be said to be a significant change in the 2019 Audi TT.
Seems incomplete if we are not talking about the offered features in 2019 Audi TT RS are. The optional safety system radar sensor mounted on the rear to improve the changes in the safety lanes. To avoid drifting slopes, the company also has track construction support. Appropriate parking spaces for parking. Moreover, there is a bundle of intelligent LED light that sets the lamp so that it can adjust the amount of light automatically.
2019 Audi TT Engine Specs
Two engines are offered in this car. For the basic model is a four-cylinder turbo 2.0 liters, which could give the output about 230 horses through the front wheels. In 6 seconds, 0-62mph can reach sprint time. For TTS, it will have 310 hp with the same engine, but with the Quattro is connected to the propulsion system on all four wheels so it can reach the same mpg fastest time, 4.7 seconds. Next year, the start-up time for the Audi TT will be 2019.