When we entered the city of Peel, the unlikely home of the world’s smallest car, we slowed down and moved the steering mode selector to ensure comfort. And, here, many things did not happen. The exhaust has become quieter, but the suspension has remained almost as stiff as in the sport mode. The difference between the driving modes is not as great as in some other Audi models, such as the A7, which makes sense since the 2019 Audi TT is not a family car by any means of measurement. That does not bother us, but we understand those who ask for a spark of extra comfort. At least the front seats have a good balance between flexibility and support. Our driving time was too short to accurately measure fuel consumption.
Exterior and Interior
With the optional S line exterior package, the 2019 Audi TT has a full length front splitter. Ventilation openings at the front of the valence feature a new silver tuning element that extends along the lower fascia. This version also includes vertical air intakes at the rear, a wider diffuser and other updates. Like other Audis, the 2019 Audi TT has sequential turn signals, as well as optional LED or Matrix LEDs. Three new color options are added to the global lineup: Cosmos Blue, Pulse Orange and Turbo Blue, with the exception of the S line.
The 17 inch wheels are standard, while the 18, 19 and 20 inch wheels are optional. For Roadster models, Audi offers a hood in black or gray. A twin clutch seven speed replaces the old six speed unit. The standard engine here in the US UU This will be a turbocharged four cylinder 2.0 liter. The global 2019 Audi TT is equipped with more standard equipment for the model’s new year, which includes a rain and light sensor, heated exterior mirrors, Audi’s dynamic driving selection system and steering wheel infotainment controls. The model also features a 12.3 inch dashboard screen called Audi’s virtual cockpit. This includes an optional sports screen that provides drivers with key statistics, such as engine power and g forces.
Audi declined to provide information on the 2019 Audi TT engine package, but it is probably safe to assume that the US model specifications. US the same elements will be transferred to the old 2018 model. This means that come with a 2.0 standard four cylinder TFSI liters with 220 horsepower between 4500 rpm and 6200 rpm, over 258 lb / ft of torque at 1600 rpm. Lower your foot and you will reach 60 mph in 5.3 seconds, reaching a maximum speed of 130 mph. It is also expected to offer an Audi S model variant, which add more power and aggression, bringing the total to 292 horsepower between 5,400 and 6,200 rpm. The couple also has a boost with a maximum of 280 lb-ft created between 1,900 and 5,300 rpm. The extra power will also reduce the time from 0 to 60 mph in 4.6 seconds also to increase the top speed 155 mph. And, of course, do not forget the RS version, which should offer even more fun. The standard specification in U.S. It will include the AWD quattro, while overseas buyers will get quattro as an available option. Although Audi has not yet revealed more details on the powertrain, our motorized friends 1 recently published an article that lists a lot of additional information. However, the site does not exactly indicate the source of the information, so it should be taken with a grain of salt. However, the publication indicates that there will be multiple 2.0 liter engine configurations, including 197 horsepower above 236 lb-ft at the base 40 TFSI model and 245 horsepower over 272 lb / ft of torque in the mid-range TFSI. The output also reports that the 2019 Audi TT gets more than 306 horsepower and 295 lb / ft of torque. Continuing, we know for sure that the 2019 Audi TT receive a new S tronic dual clutch seven speed, which has been added as a six speed automatic dual clutch gearbox replacement. There should also be a six speed manual for those who want to paddle alone. The base model will be supplied with Audi’s dynamic driving selection system, and a suspension with magnetic suspension will also be available. At the front, there will be a configuration of MacPherson legs, while the rear will use a four link configuration. More details include a progressive steering system and electronic stabilization control. Choose the S sport line or the optional Audi ride suspension, and the ride height will be less than 0.4 inches.
Price and Release Date
Although Audi has not published pricing information for 2019 Audi TT from the fourth quarter of this year, its base price will remain close to the $ 52,950 displayed on the 2018 model window label. looking for a coupe can go ahead. in many clearly different directions. The BMW M240i xDrive has a starting price of $ 47,800. Porsche charges $ 56,900 for an entry level 718 Cayman. Otherwise, $ 46,595 buys you a Ford Mustang Bullitt with a V8 engine. Decisions decisions.