Right after updating their A4 family car for 2019, Audi has turned their attention towards their VW Golf-based sports car, the Audi TT. So, with updated looks, more features and new engines comes the 2019 Audi TT.
The differences made to the TT’s design are not so evident at first glance. A single-frame radiator grille and large side air inlets adorn the front fascia. At the rear, tiny changes to the bumper round it off.
Powering the 2019 Audi TT is a single 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine which comes in three flavours. In the 40 TFSI model, this engine 197 hp and 320 Nm. In the more powerful 45 TFSI and 45 TFSI Quattro, the outputs rise to 245 hp and 370 Nm. The most powerful of the bunch is the TTS which works with 306 hp and 400 Nm. The 40 and 45 TFSI models come standard with FWD and an option to choose between a 6-speed manual gearbox or a seven-speed S Tronic transmission. In the 45 TFSI Quattro and TTS, Quattro AWD and the S Tronic gearbox are standard.
There are more features as standard now. Even in the entry-level model, you’ll get Audi “drive select” system, heated mirrors, Audi Virtual Cockpit and a lot more.
Audi has also released two special edition models, the first of which is called the “Audi TT 20 years” anniversary model. With its production capped at 999 units, this model takes design inspiration from 1995 Roadster Concept. It gets arrow gray paint, Matrix OLED rear lights, 19-inch wheels, stainless steel tailpipes and special badges.
Another special edition is the Audi TT S Line Competition which gets a special S Line exterior package that spruces up the exterior of the TT.
Expect the new model to have a quiet GCC debut by the end of the year.