Due to the unique needs of British drivers, forced on them to some extent by the environmental conditions, the most popular version of the Audi TT in that country has always been the high-torque diesel model equipped with all-wheel-drive. Responding to this demand there is now a new Audi TT TDI Quattro here, bringing that combo to the third-gen model.
The Brits like the Audi TT TDI Quattro because, for one thing, the torque of the diesel engine gives them great pulling power while keeping the whole thing efficient fuel economy-wise, and the all-wheel=drive gets them out of tricky situations, of which there are a lot in a country with year-round rain. The new model is not going to disappoint, what with a 2.0 liter TDI unit that develops 184PS and 380Nm of torque and the latest iteration of Quattro system with wheel selective torque control.
Available in both coupe and roadster body styles, both getting a six-speed S tronic twin-clutch transmission as standard, the new Audi TT TDI Quattro offers decent performance with a 0-60 mph time of 6.7 seconds for the hardtop and 7.0 seconds for the topless version, and top speeds of 145 mph and 142 mph respectively. All these figures are significantly better than what the previous model use to manage. You will find the pricing for each trim level of the TDI Quattro after the pictures…
|TT Coupé||Sport||2.0 TDI quattro||184||142||£34,230|
|TT Coupé||S line||2.0 TDI quattro||184||142||£36,780|
|TT Coupé||Black Edition||2.0 TDI quattro||184||142||£38,380|
|TT Roadster||Sport||2.0 TDI quattro||184||147||£35,845|
|TT Roadster||S line||2.0 TDI quattro||184||147||£38,395|
|TT Roadster||Black Edition||2.0 TDI quattro||184||147||£39,995|
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