The starting price is expected to be around £24,070. At the moment, the cheapest variant is the 2.0 litre TFSi priced at £27,140.
The 1.8 TFSI engine
It will be available as a 1.8 TFSI, which was originally supposed to be installed within the TT Roadster variant. The engine will offer a decent amount of power, with 160 BHP between 4,500 RPM and 6,300 RPM. The car will be able to produce 250Nm of torque from 1,500 RPM. Overall, it will be able to produce a top speed of 140 MPH and hit 0-62 MPH in just 7.1 seconds.
As we have mentioned many times in our previous articles, car’s much reach a certain level of economy in the future, amid emission and fuel demands. The car doesn’t disappoint in that respect, by producing around 44.1 MPG and emitting just 147g/km of C02.
The standard equipment offered by Audi amongst both trims is the same with the latest Audi TT Coupe.
Level of equipment offered
- 17 inch alloy wheels
- Leather and Alcantara upholstery
- Electronic climate control
- Concert audio system (MP3/iPod connectivity included)
The Audi TT Coupe will come with a Sport or S line trim. The car will have a choice of either the six-speed manual or the seven-speed S tronic twin-clutch transmissions.
- 18 inch alloy wheels
- S line suspension
- Short shift gearbox
- S line interior
- Xenon headlights
- LED daytime running lamps
This is great news for those fans who can’t afford any of the current Audi TT range. The new entry level variant doesn’t look like it will disappoint either in terms of equipment and design. The economy ratings bode well too, making it a great deal in our eyes.
Despite being less powerful than the 2.0 litre TFSi, the car is able to perform very well. Owners are sure not to be disappointed.
There is a slight bit of difference in price in terms of the current cheapest model and the new Audi TT Coupe, but it is one that will please many.