When the first Audi TT was launched back in 1999, an icon was born. Unique, distinctive, unmistakably it has to be Audi. The new Audi TT communicates its power at the very first glance. Audi has unveiled the Roadster variations of the Audi TT, which comes in two packages: the top-of-the-line 3.2L V6 TT equipped with Quattro AWD and puts out 250 hp, and an FWD 2.0L TFSI base model producing 200 hp.
Both models come available with six-speed manual transmissions or Audi’s S-tronic dual-clutch system. The soft top with its large heated glass rear window can be opened and folded down in a single action. An electro-hydraulic soft top (standard on the TT Roadster 3.2 quattro) and an electrically retractable wind deflector made of safety glass are also available. The wind deflector’s rounded edge follows the outline of the two rollover bars and prevents unwelcome turbulence. The good news is that Audi increased the trunk space 40 liters over the last TT. Sales will start early next year with an expected price tag similar to the outgoing model.