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Audi TT e TTS Facelift 2018 [Coupé, Roadster]


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Location scelta per le foto l'Isola di Man dove si corre il Tourist Trophy, abbreviato in TT.

Cosa cambia rispetto alla precedente TT?

La griglia single frame, che ora è più trapezoidale a cui si aggiungono i nuovi sfoghi d'aria sul paraurti per i modelli TTS.


Disponibile il pacchetto S-Line Competition, dove un'ala fissa al posteriore sostituisce quella mobile.


Il propulsore è il 2.0 litri Turbo che è stato aggiornato alle normative Euro6d grazie ad un GPF (Gasoline Particulate Filter, Filtro Anti Particolato per Benzina) che fa calare la potenza da 310 CV a 306 CV sviluppati a 5400 rpm.

Di contro guadagna 20 Nm di coppia, che ora sono 400, disponibili tra 2000 e 5300 rpm.

Lo scatto da 0-100 km/h viene coperto in 4.5 secondi (un decimo in meno rispetto al modello precedente).

In Germania la TTS parte da 54'500 Euro. 



Passiamo alle altre motorizzazioni. Scompare il 2.0 TDI per via delle vendite irrisorie, stessa sorte cade al 1.8 TFSI. Ora il solito 2.0 litri è declinato in vari step di potenza.

  • Audi TT 40 TFSI - 196 CV
  • Audi TT 45 TFSI - 245 CV
  • Audi TTS - 306 CV












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TTS Roadster








Press Release:


  • Sporty design elements underline its dynamic appearance
  • New seven-speed S tronic delivers sporty performance
  • Comprehensive range of standard equipment improves the driving experience 

Twenty years after the series premiere of the original TT, the third generation of the Audi TT is receiving a comprehensive update. The design icon takes the stage with a sporty and refined exterior design, higher-powered engines and an extended scope of standard equipment.


The first generation of the Audi TT made its series premiere in 1998. Three years before, Audi had already presented the TT as a concept car – a Coupé was shown at the IAA in Frankfurt and a Roadster was presented at the Tokyo Motor Show. Within a short time after the market launch, the TT Coupé had moved to the top of the segment.

The Audi TT stands for driving pleasure, design and close attention to detail: aluminum elements in the driver-oriented interior, progressive rim design, a short, ball-shaped gear lever knob, characteristic tank flap and round, dual-branch tailpipes are among the typical features of this compact sports car. The design with its incisive geometric forms has fans all over the world.

Refined, enhanced, extended
Right on time for the 20th anniversary of the first Audi TT, the brand is especially highlighting the sports car character of the new model. Audi has accordingly refined the design of the new TT, enhanced its performance and extended the range of standard equipment. Besides the driver-oriented Audi virtual cockpit, the basic version of the new model now features the Audi drive select dynamic handling system, a rain and light sensor, heated exterior mirrors and the multifunction steering wheel plus, with which the infotainment and voice control system can be controlled entirely using the steering wheel. Also standard are the illuminated USB ports as well as Bluetooth for wireless pairing of devices.

Sporty and expressive: the exterior design
More masculine, more progressive and even sportier than before – the exterior design of the new TT. The front features a three-dimensional Singleframe radiator grille. Large side air inlets emphasize width even in the basic version.

At the rear, horizontal lines again underscore the width of the new Audi TT. There is no cap underneath the tank flap with its classic TT design; the driver can insert the gas pump nozzle directly into the opening – a typical sports car feature. Headlights with LED or Matrix LED technology are optionally available. The dynamic turn signals are a visual highlight here.

The new designed, optional S line exterior package underscores the sporty character of the Audi TT even more. It includes a full-length front splitter, vertical air inlets, a radiator grille in titanium black and specific side sills with inserts as well as a sporty rear end. Added is a wider diffuser and vertical air inlets below the rear lights with three horizontal fins each.

The TT Coupé and the TT Roadster are each 4.19 meters (13.7 ft) in length. Both body variants have short overhangs; their wheelbase measures 2.51 meters (8.2 ft). The new TT leaves the factory on 17-inch wheels; Audi and Audi Sport optionally offer 18, 19 and 20-inch wheels. Three new colors complete the range of paint finishes: cosmos blue, pulse orange and turbo blue (S line only).

High-powered: the engines
For the new TT, Audi has a range of petrol engines in various performance levels, paired either with the six-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. In both transmission variants, the close-ratio lower gears enable powerful acceleration, while the wide ratio of each transmission’s highest gear keeps the engine speed down. All new engines come with a gasoline particulate filter.

Effortlessly sporty: suspension and quattro drive
The new Audi TT offers handling that is both dynamic and precise. If the customer chooses the S line sport package or Audi magnetic ride, the body is lowered by ten millimeters (0.4 in). Other chassis highlights include progressive steering, four-link rear suspension and Electronic Stabilization Control (ESC). The wheel-selective torque controlis activated in fast cornering and improves handling as required by means of precise brake interventions on the unloaded wheels on the inside of a curve.

Driver-oriented: the cockpit and the assistance systems
The sports car character is also underscored by the driver-oriented interior with its clear lines. The slender instrument panel resembles an aircraft wing; the round air vents with integrated controls allude to jet engines – a classic TT detail.

Sport seats with integrated head restraints are standard on the Audi TT. S sport seats (standard in the S line sport package) with pneumatically adjustable side bolsters are optionally available. The luggage compartment of the 2+2 seater affords 305 liters of space (10.8 cu ft) underneath the stretched tailgate, while the Roadster offers 280 liters (9.9 cu ft).

All indicators appear in digital form on the 12.3-inch display of the Audi virtual cockpit. The driver can choose between two modes: in the classic view, the speedometer and tachometer take center stage. In “Infotainment” mode, content such as the navigation ­map is enlarged. The new sport ­display is optionally available and provides information on the engine output currently in use, as well as the torque and g-forces.

The MMI terminal on the center console has just six keys. The top-of-the-line MMI navigation plus with MMI touchintegrates a touchpad on the upper surface of the rotary/push-button control that recognizes handwritten input and allows zooming, for example. The voice control system understands formulations from everyday speech.

Audi connectbrings various online services on-board via fast LTE. The Audi smartphone interface connects smartphones with the car and can stream content seamlessly to the Audi virtual cockpit via USB. The high-end solution when it comes to hi-fi systems is the Bang & Olufsen Sound System. Its amplifier offers 680 watts of performance and a total of 14 channels. It fills the interior using twelve speakers, including two center speakers and two bass boxes.

The driver assistance systems embody the TT philosophy: they relieve the driver of work, so that he or she can fully concentrate on the road. The line-up extends from the lane change assist Audi side assist, the lane departure warning system Audi active lane assist and traffic sign recognition to the park assist with display of the surroundings and a rearview camera.

Classic: TT Roadster with soft top
Like every open-top Audi, the new TT Roadster comes with a soft top in either black or gray. The soft top has a taut fit, and its excellent sound insulation makes it an “acoustic top.” With a weight of 39 kilograms (86.0 lb), the top is very light and doesn’t compromise the luggage compartment. A standard feature, the electrical drive opens and closes the top in around ten seconds at vehicle speeds of up to 50 km/h (31.1 mph).

The prices for the TT Coupé start at €35,900, while the TT Roadster is available from €38,300. Deliveries begin in the first quarter of 2019.

The Audi TT is a design icon. Ever since the premiere of the first concept car in 1995, the Audi TT has stood for driving pleasure, design and attention to detail. When the first Audi TT Coupé came onto the market in the fall of 1998, and the first TT Roadster one year later, the series-production products differed only insignificantly from the previously displayed show cars – the dream of any designer. The central design motif was the circle: the arcs of the roof, the front and the rear stood in contrast to the strictly horizontal lines.

1995: the Audi TT concept car
At the International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt am Main, Audi presented the first Audi TT as a concept sports car with high suitability for everyday use. It took Technical Development and a team of Audi designers very little time to come up with the concept for a sporty coupé. In November 1995, the Roadster version made its premiere as a TTS concept car at the Tokyo Motor Show. The outer lines of the two show cars followed the German design philosophy, and recalled the rounded shapes of the pre-war racing cars and post-war sedans of Auto Union. The interior rested on the principle of “as much as necessary and as little as possible.” With their farsighted concept that epitomized revolutionary automotive design, the TT studies met with an enthusiastic response. Audi kept a low profile for many years regarding possible production of the two model versions, however.

1998: the first generation of the Audi TT
Closely based on the show car, the production model with its formally coherent design idiom has remained a milestone of innovative automotive design to the present day. Its aspiration was clear in the tiniest of details: aluminum elements in the interior, progressive wheel design, a short, spherical gear knob and round tailpipes positioned closely to one another. It was also the first time that Audi adopted the rapid-shifting dual-clutch transmission – the so-called S tronic – in one of its series-production models. Power output ranged from 110 kW (150 hp) to 184 kW (250 hp).

2006: the second TT generation pulled up to the starting line
The design of the second generation of the successful sports car was formally more integrated in the Audi design idiom and the driving dynamics were those of a full-grown athlete. The turbocharged four-cylinder engines developed between 118 kW (160 hp) and 155 kW (211 hp). Audi extended the lineup with an S version producing 200 kW (272 hp) and a true model athlete, the Audi TT RS with 250 kW (340 hp). The later TT RS plus version even produced 265 kW (360 hp). Ground-breaking technologies such as the Audi Space Frame (ASF) lightweight construction, TFSI engines and the powerfully sonorous five-cylinder engine played key roles in the car’s success. The second Audi TT was the first sports car to use TDI technology.

2014: the third-generation TT
The third generation of the Audi TT came across as being even sportier, more dynamic and more innovative than its predecessor. One characteristic feature persisted through all generations: the round tank flap with the typical TT logo.





Topic Spy: ▶️ Audi TT Facelift 2018 (Spy)


Sfuggite le prime immagini della TT (qui in versione S) facelift.

Interni sempre bellissimi :si: 

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Aggiornamento minimal, che secondo me fra l'altro l'appesantisce un po', quegli sfoghi grigi mi paiono messi così a caso.

1 ora fa, Pandino scrive:

Interni sempre bellissimi :si: 

Vero, ma secondo me anche il passeggero dovrebbe poter regolare l'impianto audio, a volte è utile anche per non far distrarre chi guida. Chissà perchè nessuno ha mai copiato lo schermetto sopra al cassetto portaoggetti in stile Ferrari.

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Quelle prese d'aria al posteriore, non so se sono finte, non mi piacciono. Per il resto modello promosso e come detto da altri ha interni bellissimi, semplici ma molto belli.

"Qualche emiro che compra una Ferrari lo troverò sempre. Ma se il ceto medio finisce in miseria, chi mi comprerà le Panda?"

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42 minuti fa, 4200blu scrive:

Anche dopo TT restyling la pipeline delle novita Audi rimasta stracolmo secondo Auto Motor u. Sport



ma la nuova S1??????? Non c'è???????????????


Non voglio parlare di AR nello specifico, (nonostante sia  contro di questi che deve anche confrontarsi), ma dell'approccio di FCA in generale. Guardate quante novità in un lasso di tempo ridicolo (12 mesi), se prendete la pipeline della BMW è identica o similmente articolata. Ribadisco ancora una volta, senza essere fazioso (poiché ho recentemente comprato un prodotto italiano come qualcuno sa di cui sono decisamente soddisfatto), ma finché FCA non avrà un approccio di questo tipo per i suoi marchi di punta, la vedo dura starci al passo, anche perché già oggi così non è secondo me. Aggiungo che con "di questo tipo" non intendo articolato ed organico in questo modo (è e sarebbe utopìa), ma bensì, se si dichiara un modello ogni 6 mesi, ad esempio, quello deve essere.


La speranza non muore mai, era utopìa vedere Ronaldo in Italia fino a due settimane fa, e invece...mai dire mai.

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