2018 Audi TT is a smaller sports car from Audi launched in 1999. The third-generation was launched in 2014 and is the latest generation of 2018 TT. The Audi TT 2018 models are famous for the beautiful design.
2018 Audi TT Technology
With both engine options, the car is normally equipped with a six-speed manual. As an optional gearbox, you can choose an electrohydraulic welder with a double-switched S-Tronic transmission box. This is in practice a DSG known earlier. Acceleration values for cars with S-Tronic are better than manual. According to the manufacturer, the idea of the S-Tronic gearbox is to combine the automatic gearbox comfort and manual transmission performance. The transmission changes from one gear to another in about 0.2 seconds. S-Tronic is also available for both the 2.0 TFSI model and the 3.2-liter Quattron.
The two-cylinder model is a front-wheel drive, with a 3.2-liter powertrain being four-wheel drive. In front there are MacPherson runners and behind the so-called. The suspension is set tough with the driving characteristics. In addition to the body parts, a large amount of aluminum is used in the suspension as a material. The suspension of all cars available to Europe has been implemented by the semi-automatic MagneRide system developed by Delphi, first introduced in Corvette and Cadillac STS, later also in the new Ferrari 599 GTB. Audi calls suspension to Audi Magnetic Ride. The system allows you to change the suspension characteristics from the cockpit manually (comfort/sport).
The spoiler behind the car rises when the speed exceeds 120 km/h and descends down to 80 km/h. The spoiler can also be lifted from the cab at lower speeds. Electronically controlled power steering adjusts the boost according to driving speed. In a two-liter model, the brake discs are chilled in the front, in the 3.2-liter rear. The two-inch sheet sizes are 312/286 mm (front/rear) and 3.2-liter 340/310 mm. In the new model, the Haldex four-wheel drive has been changed so that up to 40% of the bounce will be in the normal position on the rear axle.
2018 Audi TT Engines
Initially, two gasoline engines were available, both of which were previously seen for example. In the Audi A3. Audi has also confirmed that its new, 160 hp 1.8-liter FSI turbo engine will be available in addition to Audi A3, Audi TT. In 2007, a 280 horsepower version of the 2.0 TFSI engine will be introduced. The next year is expected to have up to 350 horsepower Lamborghini V10 engine with a twin-cylinder cut-down.
The name of this top model is the celebrated TT RS. There are also some diesel engines that may be present in racing. Because of the diesel engine in Audi’s Le Mans car (R10). In 2008, the 2.0TDI engine, the first diesel engine for the Audi TT model, was introduced. This 170 horsepower engine is only available with four-wheel drive and six-speed manual transmission.
2018 Audi TT Roadster
2018 Audi TT Roadster’s premiere took place at the Los Angeles Motor Show in early December and a few days later at the Essen Motor Show in Europe. The Roadster, like the Coupé model, was initially offered with two engine variants: 2.0 TFSI and 3.2 V6 FSI. 2018 Audi TT Roadster’s basket has strengthened by 128% compared to the previous one.