2017 Audi TT Concept And Rumour
2017 Audi TT is not quite a pure sport, but its interior design focuses on the driver, the nature of the agile handling and practices every day to provide a soft place to the real world. The completely redesigned, third generation Audi TT and TTS coupe and convertible that greeted last year could more than ever, be confused with pure sports cars. They are convincing in many respects, with good posture, style and the driving position and excellent road manners.
Exterior view of the new 2017 Audi TT coupe and charged if the change is insignificant. Aero package update would help give the car a sporty and dynamic look. Newly designed headlights, LED get a better view. This will improve the vehicle security check in the dark. There will also be the bell box, which will easily determine sports modified updated.
No radical changes in new cars should not have 2017 Audi TT. New variations of colors and seats improved interior design sports should appear. While the dashboard, center console and automatic transmission toggle switch remain unchanged. I must say that the quality of materials used in ergonomics and graphics vehicle, even in the basic version is at the top.
2017 Audi TT is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged 4 lines, which makes 220 horsepower and 258 lb-ft, while the high-performance TTS increased to 292 horsepower and 280 lb-ft. In this generation of the TT and TTS with a lighter structure and some severe weight loss, the 2017 Audi TT can reach 60 mph in just 5.3 seconds and the TTS in 4.6 seconds. Some lament the loss of a manual gearbox (it is quick, satisfying automatic dual-clutch S tronic now), but they are apparently very small minority.
No information on the date of commencement of sales of the new 2017 Audi TT modification. We only know that the novelty will appear in dealerships only in 2017. Together with the world premiere of the new version of the loaded cut and will appear in dealer showrooms in the United States. Whatever the Audi TT RS cost information to date, no. Judging by the previous generation of the loaded version is estimated at 15,000 euro more expensive than the base model 2017 Audi TT. It may be similar to the price level will continue with a new modification of the TT RS.