The Audi TT was first brought to market in the United States in 1998. The TT is a small two-door sports car that has been available as both a coupe, and a convertible. Audi engineered and designed the TT for performance, style, and interior richness.
With a starting MSRP of just $42,900, the Audi TT has long been an affordable option for drivers who want a sporty and powerful coupe, without shelling out hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Completely redesigned for the 2016 model year, the Audi TT is a recognizable version of its former self but made better with enhancements across the board. The new exterior and interior design brings the popular sports car into the future, thanks to advanced technology upgrades.
The engine block is completely revised, and all TT models come standard with Audi’s quattro all-wheel drive system. The all-new 2016 Audi TT is still available as a coupe or roadster, giving drivers ultimate control over their vehicle’s potential.
Whether you are looking for a sporty ride or a top-down exhilarating drive, the Audi TT has both covered.
The Audi TT is completely redesigned for the 2016 model year and is better than ever before. Both the coupe and convertible models are more substantial overall, thanks to a longer wheelbase. Despite the few extra inches, the 2016 TT saw an overall weight reduction with the use of lightweight aluminum body panels.
Aside from exterior enhancements, the true heart of the 2016 Audi TT is what lies underneath the hood. A completely revised engine is more powerful and includes more advanced equipment than the outgoing model.
The turbocharged four-cylinder engine boasts an impressive 230 horsepower, which is up drastically from the previous 211 horsepower. Paired with a six-speed automatic transmission, all 2016 TT models come standard with paddle shifters, and Audi’s quattro all-wheel drive system with selectable driving modes.
Both the TT Coupe and TT Roadster are outfitted with premium alloy 18-inch wheels, automatic xenon headlamps, and full LED lights.
A new, longer list of standard features also accompanies the all-new Audi TT. All new heated front sport seats with 12-way power adjustability, are upholstered in leather and rich suede.
A 12.3-inch digital instrument display is the focal point of the TT’s interior cabin, while standard rear parking sensors and heated washer nozzles, add a level of convenience that is not so easily seen.
Drivers will appreciate the multifunctional flat-bottom sport steering wheel, and all passengers will enjoy the nine-speaker advanced sound system with HD and Satellite Radio. 18-inch wheels with summer performance tires are also standard on all 2016 TT models.
Drivers who seek even more out of their all-new TT, can opt for one of the various packages available. A Technology Package adds safety technology such as lane-keeping assist, and a rearview camera, while the S Sport Seat Packages upgrades the seats in full Nappa leather.
Whether or not you choose to upgrade your 2016 Audi TT with an optional package, the sporty design and ride carry through in all other aspects.
The 2016 TT Coupe has a starting MSRP of just $42,900, and is available in one trim level. The two-door coupe has an athletic and sporty exterior, while the interior makes room for up to four passengers. Every aspect of the TT Coupe is created to enhance the experience behind the wheel.
The powerful engine that comes standard on all 2016 TT models is also standard on the coupe. Complete with standard Audi drive select, drivers can choose personalized driving modes that can change the throttle response, steering, engine sound characteristics, and the quattro all-wheel drive system, to the exact specifications of the driver.
Drivers who seek the performance of the TT Coupe, but want a more exhilarating experience behind the wheel, can opt for the 2016 TT Roadster convertible. Starting at $46,400, the all-new TT Roadster combines the power of the coupe and the fun of a convertible.
The same turbocharged 220-horsepower TFSI engine comes standard on the TT Roadster, as well as other technology such as Audi’s Quattro all-wheel drive system.
The 2016 TT Roadster is widely the same as far as standard amenities and features go, but what makes the Roadster completely different than the TT Coupe, is what is (or isn’t) above the heads of passengers.
The dynamic soft top on the TT Roadster can be retracted and deployed with the simple touch of a button, even when the TT Roadster is already in motion. Available heated head restraints give passengers added comfort on a chilly day, and can come in handy whether or not the top of the Roadster is down.
The 2016 TT Roadster has seating for two and includes a load-through facility with an integrated ski bag - another feature that sets it apart from the 2016 TT Coupe.
Fully redesigned for the 2016 model year, the all-new Audi TT is changing the way a performance-oriented coupe and roadster is conceived, engineered, and driven.