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2016 Audi TT Coupe Specs Review, Interior Upgrades

Car Junkie - 2016 Audi TT Coupe Specs. The old-aged TT Coupe had begun its big project since years ago, until now, it's still performing adorable packaging and how it was. From the first debut, the TT Coupe didn't get any touch in a few years. And its second skin was coming back as a 2006 TT Coupe. One decade has passed, now you'll see it again as a 2016 Audi TT Coupe. Hoping this version to lift its liveliness and getting closed to the Roadster group.

The new 2016 TT Coupe is scheduled to hit the American auto market in the half of 2015. The exact date and official MSRPs haven't released yet, we do expect it starts no more than forty thousands. Logic always works, in this case, pricing lift will surely occur with no exact predictions.

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2016 audi tt coupe review
2016 audi tt coupe review
2016 Audi TT Coupe

The third-gen TT Coupe started introducing its new package in the Europe market, and will finally land in the states in less than 12 months from now. The European redesigned TT Coupe is only run by a 184-horsepower 2.0L TDI, while for American buyers Audi will pack the Coupe with the same cylindered engine but some planned tweaks is expected to increase the power up to 220-hp - perhaps, that's an exact measurement from the owner. It's not a big success of cutting the curb weight no less than 290 pounds from the first-gen TT Coupe, compared with the latest redesigned it lost 200 pounds. Taking a 0-60 sprint it will finish in about 5 seconds with 155-mph top speed. All American-spec standards work based on a Quattro all-wheel drive and the only choice of a 6-speed double-clutch automatic transmission.

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When you firstly seat on the higher line, that's where you lose sporty feelings - though your driving comfort will increase. In terms of driving comfort, the very refined dashboard comes right in front of drivers. It means you have no job to move your eyes right and left because the TFT display is placed on the best spot. Instead, this idea might force your passengers to complain, the only way is simply turning the driver' seat down. And sure, the screen projects an unusual resolution and eye-catching as well. The MMI infotainment feature can now be easily operated from the steering wheel with touch-based pad control. While colorful interior may waste any boredom, but clean design will give another value - it's not clean but empty, instead, a modernization. The 2016 Audi TT Coupe is a sports sedan with lack of headroom, so it will be pretty fair to consider the maximum height of your passengers.