Audi TT Coupé

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An icon returns.

Even sportier, even more consistently: The third generation Audi TT Coupé. Precise and captivating both in terms of its design and the driving experience. For example, with the permanent quattro all-wheel drive, the drive power is rear-biased, yet variably distributed across the axles. Or the fully digital Audi virtual cockpit. It displays information either via classical instruments or futuristic full-screen views as desired by the customer. The Audi Matrix LED headlights create a visibly brighter impression. They consist of individual light-emitting diodes, which adapt to the traffic situation and fade out other vehicles. The Audi TT Coupé is one of the most progressive sports cars of our time.

High tech at the highest level. The instrument cluster in the form of a high-resolution 12.3-inch LCD screen allows the driver to switch between a classic view with round instruments or a futuristic full-screen view. Easy to operate from the multifunction steering wheel. For a quick change of context. A clear statement of the technological benchmark in the new Audi TT.

Fuel consumption

Fuel consumption, combined:
CO2 emissions, combined:
45 TFSI
6.3 l/100 km
146 g/km
45 quattro
6.4 l/100 km
149 g/km
  • Acceleration
    from 0 to 100 km/h

  • 5,3

    seconds

  • Maximum speed
    of

  • 250

    km/h

  • Performance
    up to

  • 230

    hp

*Data specs: Audi TT Coupé quattro TFSI

The evolution of an icon

For more than 15 years Audi TT has been known for its sporty, progressive design. In 2014 Audi presented the third generation TT Coupé. Taut and muscular, athletic and ready to pounce – with the new TT, the designers have created a modern interpretation of the original TT's lines dating back to 1988 and further enriched it by adding many dynamic facets.

Meet the Audi TT Coupé

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Safety, efficiency, attractive design: Audi Matrix LED headlights split the LED high beam into numerous small individual diodes that work together with lenses or reflectors connected in series. They always provide high-precision illumination and maximum light yield without requiring a pivoting mechanism.