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    2016
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The two seater sportscar from Audi was introduced back in 1998 it was available with 2+2 seating option in the Coupe while it is also available as a 2 seater Roadster variant. This car really became popular amongst the crowd and Audi that is also the reason the Audi decided to launch the second generation back in 2006 while they introduced the third generation car was introduced in 2014 which comes with lot of new improvement and above all adopts Audi’s new design language.

The new generation TT is based on Volkswagen new MQB platform which supports some other useful cars, the third generation compact sports cars according to the Audi officials is captivating and comes with new emotional design and many dynamic qualities. While under the hood Audi is offering three, four cylinder engines which also comes with turbochargers and direct injection whose power range varies from 184 Hp to 310 Hp, while it also offers two TDSI petrol engines. Efficiency is taken care of by implying Auto Start/Stop system.

Although the new car’s wheelbase has been stretched by almost 37 mm but the cars overall size has been diminished by few mm but still Audi claims that there has been no effect on the interior space and even the boot space has also been increased by 305 Litres.

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2017 Audi TT RS

2017 Audi TT RS

Audi’s Small Car Goes Big On Power...

We knew that this was coming and finally it’s here; now don’t get too confused we are talking about the new Audi TT RS Coupe which was recently unveiled at the 2016 Beijing Auto show. Unlike its competition this car means business and it has been built for performance and performance alone. The Audi TT RS promises to pack lot of punch from its all new 2.5 Liter, aluminum five-cylinder engine and the rumors are that it has left behind the Porsche Cayman 718 also.

The power and performance figures surely look impressive on paper while it also gets the Quattro all wheel drive system which helps in utilizing all that power by providing maximum traction on any surface. To match with all that extra power Audi has also improved the overall appearance of that car as well. As a result this sweet little thing looks sharp now on the outside and the story does not end here, infact Audi has added plenty of new features as well in this new car. To begin with the new TT RS gets Matrix OLED technology in the rear lights for the first time. The car is also lightweight while it is also built around a sporty chassis to make sure that this small car handles brilliantly. Just like the exterior there is some significant amount of change made inside this car.

When all that power under the hood goes hand to hand with a lightweight chassis and a Quattro all wheel drive system things surely does not appear boring at all.

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What is virtual cockpit: Video

What is virtual cockpit: Video

The video shows new Audi TT’s virtual cockpit

The virtual cockpit is something very widely known and appreciated among Audi lovers and customers. What is virtual cockpit? Well, the virtual cockpit is the fully digital instrument cluster, which replaces conventional analog dials and gauges. The TFT digital screen shows each and every detail about the car at the instrument console, just in front of the driver. The driver can see and control the car’s operations without taking the eye off.

The virtual cockpit gets dual virtual dials at both sides, just like the analog ones. The dials can shrink to show the other informations largely. The centre position shows different informations about the car, mechanics, navigation informations etc. Audi is certainly at the forefront of this virtual cockpit technology. They call it classic display, where dual virtual dials shows the revs and speeds. Check out the Audi TT’s virtual cockpit in the video.

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2016 New Delhi Auto Expo: Walk through the Audi pavilion video

2016 New Delhi Auto Expo: Walk through the Audi pavilion video

Audi launched the most expensive car at the 2016 New Delhi Auto Expo in form of Audi R8 V10 Plus, which is also the fastest Audi ever produced. The Audi pavilion was full of exotic machines, and it received one of the largest footfalls of the Auto Expo. Here in this video Aditya Patel, the Audi India Race talent gives us a walkaround view of the Audi India pavilion at the Auto Expo.

Audi Prologue concept was showcased at the Auto Expo, which looks a stylish car blended with sportiness and fit to deliver a premium luxurious experience. We hope we will see a production version soon. On the sporty front Audi R8 V10 Plus was the most hyped car of the show. It gets a 5.2 litre FSI engine under the hood, which churns out 610 PS peak power. A blue Audi RS7 was at the pavilion and it is a performance luxury car which is also the fastest RS variant from the German automaker and it produces 605 PS peak power. Audi TT is an well known car and we have seen a yellow one at the expo. The car gets power from a 2.0 litre TFSI engine good to kick out 230 PS peak power, and it can reach 0-100 kmph in just 5.3 seconds. Oooh, that’s pretty fast. A blood red gorgeous Audi S3 cabriolet was at the centre of attraction for several people. It gets power from a 2.0 litre motor which pumps out 300 PS. The German luxury brand also showcased the Audi SQ5, Audi A6 allroad quatrro and flagship SUV Audi Q7 which was launched a few days ago.

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Recap Of Recent News Stories That You Might Have Skipped

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2016 Audi TT

2016 Audi TT

The two seater sportscar from Audi was introduced back in 1998 it was available with 2+2 seating option in the Coupe while it is also available as a 2 seater Roadster variant. This car really became popular amongst the crowd and Audi that is also the reason the Audi decided to launch the second generation back in 2006 while they introduced the third generation car was introduced in 2014 which comes with lot of new improvement and above all adopts Audi’s new design language.

The new generation TT is based on Volkswagen new MQB platform which supports some other useful cars, the third generation compact sports cars according to the Audi officials is captivating and comes with new emotional design and many dynamic qualities. While under the hood Audi is offering three, four cylinder engines which also comes with turbochargers and direct injection whose power range varies from 184 Hp to 310 Hp, while it also offers two TDSI petrol engines. Efficiency is taken care of by implying Auto Start/Stop system.

Although the new car’s wheelbase has been stretched by almost 37 mm but the cars overall size has been diminished by few mm but still Audi claims that there has been no effect on the interior space and even the boot space has also been increased by 305 Litres.

Click past jump to read more about the new Audi TT

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Geneva bound 2015 Audi TT teaser video out

Geneva bound 2015 Audi TT teaser video out

Audi will unveil the next generation TT coupe at the 2014 Geneva motor show. The new Audi TT has been redesigned from the ground up while keeping classic design touches intact. The Audi TT had been perceived as too feminine by some but the later iterations of the sports car did help Audi gain respect among hardcore enthusiasts.

Expect the new Audi to be even more masculine than before. The headlights and the front grille element will be more sharper and confident. The teaser released by the company does not reveal much apart from the shut line along the front wheel arch that has been design trait since the original. Also, the headlights seem like twin-pod LED cluster.

The rear too would get a more linear theme with LED tail lamps that fit flush within the bodywork. The curved coupe profile will remain the same though. That said, we can’t wait for the car to be unveiled at the Geneva show next week. Until then, ogle at the video and see if you can guess how the car would look in flesh.

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2014 Audi TT

2014 Audi TT

If you want a sporty coupe which will give you thrills and chills but have a low budget then perhaps the Audi TT Coupe is the best option for you. It has a powerful engine which generates enough power to push you forward and has a seating capacity of 4 persons inside. Audi TT is available in both Coupe and Roadster format but India gets the TT only in its Coupe format and only with one Petrol engine option.

The Audi TT is available with a 2.0 TFSI Quattro petrol engine which is mated to a 6 Speed S tronic gearbox which generates an impressive amount of power and torque. We will talk about all this later but first let us give you a brief information of the equipment list that you are getting with the vehicle. Let us start with the 17 inch cast aluminum alloy wheels, an anti- theft alarm with tow-away protection, Xenon plus headlamps including LED daytime running lights and headlight washers, front & Rear spoiler, exterior mirrors which are electrically adjustable, folding, heated and comes with automatic anti-glare action integrated LED indicators, fine Nappa leather upholstery and the list goes on.

Now if you are still not happy you might want to change your mind after going through this review.

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2013 Audi TT 2-litre TFSI

2013 Audi TT 2-litre TFSI

For someone who doesn’t know the difference between cars and clothes the letters TT could mean anything. The TT, a sports car manufactured since 1998 is an enthusiasts dream and is aimed to take on the Porsche Cayman and is the cheapest sports coupe on sale in India. Priced at Rs 50 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi, the TT is cheaper than the Nissan 370Z. The TT was first launched internationally in 1995 and was Audi’s most important car in the 90’s. The styling was unique to it which made it the success that it is today and the second generation TT now has he performance to match the looks. The TT gets its name from the Tourist Trophy held on the Isle of Man and when the second generation TT was launched the manufacturer aptly did it by advertising its Nürburgring times.

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New Audi TT launched for 48.36 lakhs

New Audi TT launched for 48.36 lakhs

Audi India has launched the latest version of the Audi TT sportscar in India and has priced it at Rs 48.36lakhs ex-showroom New Delhi. Audi will start with the delivery of TT in June this year and the car comes to India via the CBU route. The TT will compete with the likes of Porsche Boxster and the Nissan 370Z. The interiors of the TT are very much like an Audi and while the switches and controls are similar to other Audis, the cabin feels luxurious and build quality is excellent. There is a lot of use of silver and we particularly liked the flat bottomed 3 spoke steering wheel. The seats are well bolstered and the interiors have an upmarket and sporty feels to them.

Michael Perschke, Audi India head, speaking on the occasion said, "We are already a major player in the premium sports segment and I am confident that the introduction of the Audi TT will further help us consolidate our leadership position in the sports car segment in the country." Audi expects to sell about 50 units of the TT every year but because it is launching the TT in the middle of the year, it expects to sell half of that number in 2012. “As this segment is a very niche one, so we are not expecting a very large volume. The total size of this premium sports car market is 200-250 units per year. As we will start dispatching the car in the middle of this year, we are hopeful of selling 25-35 units in 2012,” added Perschke.

Powering the TT is the 2-litre TFSI (Turbocharged Fuel Stratified Injection) engine that develops 211PS. The engine will be mated to a 6-speed S-tronic gearbox and the TT will also get Audi’s Quattro or all-wheel drive system. Audi claims 100kmph to be reached in 5.6seconds with an electronically limited top speed of 250kmph.

The TT was first launched in 1998 and on sale in India is the second generation TT.

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2011 Audi TT

2011 Audi TT

Most performance car buyers and enthusiasts in India will give you the ‘because they are out there’ argument to justify their desire for these cars which make absolute no sense on our roads. The Audi TT is one such example. First launched in 1998, the TT with its nimble and assured handling won over sports car enthusiasts across the world as Audi ventured into a niche segment which many doubted it’s ability and expertise in. In India the TT joins its Germans siblings like the BMW Z4, Mercedes SLK, Porsche Cayman and the only non-German coupe in India is The Nissan 370 Z.

Under the hood of the coupe is a 3.2 V6 engine which develops 250PS @6300rpm. This is the second TT to be launched in India but is the current TT good enough to build on its lineage and more importantly, can the new TT fight against its rivals?

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