Audi shared some new photos of the new TT Roadster being driven through the beautiful scenery of Alps.
The open-top version of the TT is the only one in its class to offer permanent four-wheel drive or quattro in Audi language, making it a more versatile and practical vehicle than its competitors and Audi wants to emphasize on this.
The new TT Roadster is available with two turbocharged, 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engines with 230PS (227hp) and 310PS (316hp) respectively and one 2.0-litre 184PS (181hp) diesel engine. The Quattro all-wheel-drive system is offered only in combination with the petrol engines.
The optional DSG gearbox is offered again only with the petrol engines and apart from improving shift times, it also incorporates a launch control system in order to get the best acceleration possible from a standstill through Audi’s drive select system.
By Michael Karkafiris