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Audi TT (8J) 2006-2014

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That is so damn nice A huge improvement on the current TT.
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Beat me to it, this time...

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Unveiling of a spectacular car sculpture and
world premiere of the new Audi TT Coupé
• Giant sculpture as part of the initiative “Germany – Land of Ideas”
• Prominent guests from the worlds of politics, sport and society
• The new Audi TT Coupé shown to the public for the first time
Ingolstadt/Berlin, 6 April 2006
Brandenburg Gate, Berlin:
The events that took place directly in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin on Thursday evening were extremely revealing. At 19:00 h, AUDI AG, official partner of the initiative “Germany – Land of Ideas”, and FC Deutschland GmbH unveiled a giant car sculpture on the “Platz des 18. März”. “The Automobile”, a 2.5:1 scale sculpture, is part of the “Walk of Ideas” which comprises six sculptures at prominent locations in Berlin that will be on show until the autumn. The evening continued in spectacular fashion when the Ingolstadt brand presented the new Audi TT Coupé to the world public for the first time, also in front of the Brandenburg Gate.

Around 500 invited guests attended the event in Germany’s capital. As well as a number of international journalists, guests included the German Vice Chancellor and Minster of Labour and Social Affairs, Franz Müntefering, the Bavarian Prime Minister Dr. Edmund Stoiber, the Hungarian Economics Minister Dr. János Kóka, footballers Ronaldo and Zinedine Zidane from Real Madrid and Andreas Görlitz from FC Bayern Munich, FC Bayern Munich Chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and former German football star Gerd Müller, who now trains the FC Bayern Munich amateurs.

The guest list also included Olympic biathlon champions Michael Greis and Ricco Groß, racing driver legend Jacky Ickx, his daughter Vanina Ickx, who will be driving for the Audi team in this year’s DTM, and her team-mate Mattias Ekström.
The guests were welcomed by the Governing Mayor of Berlin, Klaus Wowereit, Jürgen R. Thumann, Chairman of the Federation of German Industry (BDI), Mike de Vries, Managing Director of FC Deutschland GmbH, Prof. Dr. Martin Winterkorn, Chairman of the Board of Management of AUDI AG, and Stephan Grühsem, Head of Communication at Audi.

The automotive sculpture stands as a symbol for “Germany, the car-making nation”. As Winterkorn explained: “The initiative ‘Germany – Land of Ideas’ fits in excellently with our brand essence ‘Vorsprung durch Technik’. 45,000 highly qualified and motivated employees at our German plants in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm make our success possible. Audi is committed to Germany as a location. Our commitment therefore fits in extremely well with the objectives of the initiative. After all, we develop and produce fascinating cars here in Germany with a passion and a wealth of ideas.”

With Audi’s assistance, the giant sculpture took just eight weeks to build. The shell is made from the innovative foam Neopor and sits on a steel supporting structure. The sculpture consists of 16 different segments, is 10.20 metres long, 3.25 metres high, 4.50 metres wide and weighs around 10 tonnes. Its surface, which covers 150 square metres, has been coated with a metallic gold-silver paint. A heavy-haulage low loader with police escort took it through the night from Fulda, where it was created, to Berlin.

As far as colour, material and clarity are concerned, it matches the style of the other sculptures in the “Walk of Ideas” – but is more realistic and less abstract. Audi Design was responsible for its styling. Details such as a tank cap or door handles were deliberately omitted, as was a brand logo.


Following the unveiling of the sculpture, Audi had another sensational premiere to offer: the eagerly awaited Audi TT Coupé, which was presented to the world public for the first time. Three examples of this new sports car drove up to the Brandenburg Gate where they were presented to the international media.

Then the guests, including actors Daniel Brühl, Thomas Heinze, Benjamin Sadler, Gedeon Burkhardt and TV presenter Kai Pflaume were taken by the Audi shuttle service to the “Audi TT Night” which was held at the permanent representation of the State of Baden-Württemberg in Berlin. The evening event there was hosted by Désirée Nosbusch, who conducted interviews with, among others, Audi Chairman Winterkorn, the chief designer of the Audi brand group Walter de’ Silva, the famous designer Richard Sapper and Audi’s head of concept development Dr. Ulrich Hackenberg.
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Power born from passion
The new Audi TT Coupé

A cult car, an icon – the Audi TT, launched in the autumn of 1998 – took the sports coupé segment by storm and sharpened the brand profile. Now the second generation of this successful model is making its debut. The new
TT Coupé is even more dynamic than its predecessor– in terms of its design, its drivetrain, and its running gear.

The very architecture of the new Audi TT Coupé embodies the style, stability and power of a pure driving machine. The bullish stance of the base body and the low, narrow styling of the greenhouse together form a sculpture of simple, unfussy lines. The Audi design team has lovingly adopted and enhanced the visual code – the motif of circles and domes – of the predecessor model. The new TT appears more stretched, and even at a standstill seems to be striving to move forward; taut panels emphasise the impression of dynamic movement. The new TT is 137 mm longer than its predecessor at 4,178 mm, and 78 mm wider at 1,842 mm.

The body is constructed in the ASF Space Frame design developed by Audi and consists of aluminium and steel. This is the first time that it has combined different materials alongside each other. 69 percent of the superstructure is made of aluminium. The steel components making up the remaining 31 percent are to be found at the rear end, so as to ensure balanced distribution of the axle loads. To improve downforce, a spoiler is extended from the tailgate when the vehicle reaches a speed of 120 km/h.

The new Audi TT, like its predecessor, is initially available as a 2 + 2-seater coupé; the separate roadster model is scheduled for later launch. The basic luggage capacity of the easily accessible boot, under its large-format lid, is
290 litres. This capacity can be increased to 700 litres by folding down the rear seat backs. The sports seats provide outstanding side restraint. There is a choice of three different leathers for the covers.

The cockpit is oriented strictly to the driver and is perfectly ergonomic in design. It embodies the classic circles motif of the TT in a number of ways, such as in the three centre air vents.

Two powerful petrol engines are available to power the car. The 2.0l turbocharged four-cylinder TFSI unit featuring FSI direct injection develops 147 kW (200 bhp). With a six-speed manual gearbox, it accelerates the TT to 100 km/h in just
6.4 seconds, reaching a top speed of 240 km/h. The sonorous-sounding, naturally aspirated 3.2-litre V6 engine develops 184 kW (250 bhp), accelerating from zero to 100 km/h in 5.7 seconds and reaching a top speed of 250 km/h (electronically governed).

Both engines are equipped with a six-speed manual gearbox. On request they can be combined with the dynamic S tronic dual-clutch gearbox. Whereas the four-cylinder engine comes with front-wheel drive, the V6 distributes its power across both axles by way of the quattro permanent four-wheel drive system – an exclusive technology feature in the sports coupé segment.

The Audi dynamic suspension was newly developed and tuned for the TT Coupé. One of its hallmarks is its self-steering behaviour right up to the handling limits, which ranges from neutral to light understeer. This sporty orientation produces driving fun, agility and supreme handling characteristics.

The track enlargement, with larger wheels ranging from 16 to 19 inches in size, and extensive changes in the area of elastokinematics were key areas of the developers’ work. The new multi-link rear suspension ensures optimum driving dynamics at a sports car level.

The high-tech Audi magnetic ride damper system is available as an option. In this system, tiny magnetic particles circulate in the oil inside the shock absorbers. When a voltage is applied to them, they alter the damping characteristics within milliseconds. This adaptive system simultaneously ensures high levels of ride comfort and thoroughly sporty dynamism, according to the specific driving scenario and the preferences of the driver.

The standard features of the new Audi TT include an automatic air conditioning system and a flat-bottomed sports steering wheel. The latter is not only entirely suitable for the sports car but also makes it easier to get in and out. The air vents, steering wheel spokes and many of the controls are finished in an aluminium look.

With regard to options, customers can choose from a variety of high-tech solutions, including the adaptive light dynamic cornering light system and the Audi parking system which aids parking.

The new TT marks the premiere of a new generation of audio systems. It is characterised by state-of-the-art reception and playback technology and intuitive user control. Six so-called softkeys control a variety of functions depending on which menu is selected. The chorus radio system with single CD drive comes as standard. A Bluetooth interface is available for mobile phones. The telephone function can be operated via the MMI, the multifunction steering wheel and by speech control. The operator control for the optional navigation system takes its cues from the exemplary MMI system familiar from the Audi A6, A8 and Q7 model series.
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Technical Data – Audi TT Coupé 2.0 TFSI

Programme for Germany – Status: April 2006

Model Audi TT Coupé 2.0 TFSI
Engine / electrics
Engine type Inline four-cylinder spark-ignition engine with petrol direct injection, exhaust turbo-charger with intercooler, 4 valves per cylinder, double overhead camshafts (DOHC)
Valve gear / number of valves per cylinder Continuous intake camshaft adjustment
Displacement in cc / bore x stroke in mm / compression 1984 / 82.5 x 92.8 / 10.3
Max. power output in kW (bhp) / at rpm 147 (200) / 5100 - 6000
Max. torque in Nm / at rpm 280 / 1800 - 5000
Engine management / mixture preparation Fully electronic engine management with drive-by-wire throttle control, direct injection, adaptive lambda control; mapped ignition with solid-state high-voltage distribution, cylinder-selective adaptive knock control
Exhaust emission control Close-coupled ceramic primary catalytic converter with catalyst heating function via homogeneous split dual injection
Emission category EU 4
Alternator in A / battery in A/Ah 140 / 330/61
Drive / transmission
Drive type Front-wheel drive
Clutch Hydraulically operated single-plate dry clutch with asbestos-free and lead-free linings Two electro-hydraulically controlled multi-plate clutches in an oil bath
Gearbox type 6-speed manual gearbox, synchromesh on all gears 6-speed dual-clutch gearbox
S tronic with electro-hydraulic control
Gear ratio in 1st gear / 2nd gear 3.357 / 2.087 3.462 / 2.150
Gear ratio in 3rd gear / 4th gear 1.469 / 1.150 1.464 / 1.079
Gear ratio in 5th gear / 6th gear 1.194 / 0.975 1.094 / 0.921
Gear ratio in reverse gear 3.990 3.989
Final drive ratio in 1st - 4th gear / 5th, 6th and reverse gear 3.944 / 3.087 4.059 / 3.136
Running gear / steering / brakes
Front suspension McPherson struts with aluminium lower wishbones, aluminium pivot bearings, aluminium subframe, anti-roll bar, track-stabilising steering roll radius
Four-link rear suspension with separate spring/shock absorber arrangement, subframe, tubular anti-roll bar
Steering / steering ratio / turning circle in m (D102) Electromechanical steering with speed-dependent power assistance; steering wheel turn lock to lock: 2.9
Steering ratio: 16.9; Turning circle (D102): 10.96
Brake system, front/rear Dual-circuit brake system with diagonal split, ESP, hydraulic brake assist, disc brakes ventilated at front, solid at rear
Brake system: 16“/16“; brake diameter front/rear: 312 / 286
Wheels / tyres Wheels: weight-optimised aluminium 7.5Jx16, offset: 45; tyres: 225/55 R16 95W
Performance / consumption / acoustics
Maximum speed in km/h 240 240
Acceleration, 0-100 km/h in seconds 6.6 6.4
Fuel grade Super Plus unleaded, 98 RON
Fuel consumption: urban / extra urban / overall, l/100 km 10.7 / 6.0 / 7.7 10.6 / 6.0 / 7.7
CO2 overall mass emissions, g/km 183 183
Standing / drive-past exterior noise level in dB (A) 87 / 75 87 / 74
Servicing / guarantee (Germany)
Oil change every ... km / inspection every ... km Nach Serviceanzeige bis 30.000 (max. 2 Jahre) 1)
Vehicle/paint/rust perforation guarantee 2 years with unlimited mileage / 3 years / 12 years
Insurance classification: third party / fully comprehensive / part-comprehensive Data not available at time of printing
Weights / loads
Unladen weight (excl. driver) / gross weight limit in kg 1260 / 1660 1280 / 1680
Axle load limit at front / rear in kg 945 / 785 965 / 785
Trailer load limit unbraked in kg -
Trailer load limit on 8% / 12% gradient, braked in kg - / -
Roof load limit in kg Data not available at time of printing
Capacities
Cooling system capacity (incl. heating) in l 9.0
Engine oil capacity (incl. filter) in l 4.6
Fuel tank capacity in l 55
Body / dimensions
Body type Audi Space Frame (ASF)
Number of seats 2 + 2
Drag coefficient cD / frontal area A in m2 0.30 / 2.09
Length (L103) / width excl. mirrors (W103) /height (H100),mm 4178 / 1842 / 1352
Wheelbase (L101) / track at front/rear (W101/W102), mm 2468 / 1572 / 1558
Height of loading lip in mm (H196) 790
Luggage capacity in l, acc. to VDA block method (V210) 290 (700 with rear seat folded down)
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Technical Data – Audi TT Coupé 3.2 quattro

Programme for Germany – Status: April 2006

Model Audi TT Coupé 3.2 quattro
Engine / electrics
Engine type Six-cylinder spark-ignition engine, DOHC
Valve gear / number of valves per cylinder Roller cam followers / 4
Displacement in cc / bore x stroke in mm / compression 3189 / 84.0 x 95.9 / 11.3
Max. power output in kW (bhp) / at rpm 184 (250) / 6300
Max. torque in Nm / at rpm 320 / 2500 -3000
Engine management / mixture preparation Motronic ME 7.1.1: fully electronic sequential injection, overrun fuel cut-off, adaptive lambda control; mapped ignition with solid-state high-voltage distribution; cylinder-selective adaptive knock control, air-mass measurement; coordinated torque control; intake and exhaust camshaft adjustment;
secondary air injection
Exhaust emission control 4 oxygen sensors (2 heated), activated carbon filter, 3-way catalytic converter
Emission category EU 4
Alternator in A / battery in A/Ah 140 / 380/72
Drive / transmission
Drive type quattro permanent four-wheel drive with electronically controlled
multi-plate clutch, electronic differential lock EDL
Clutch Hydraulically operated single-plate dry clutch with asbestos-free and lead-free linings Two electro-hydraulically controlled multi-plate clutches in an oil bath
Gearbox type 6-speed manual gearbox, synchromesh on all gears 6-speed dual-clutch gearbox
S tronic with electro-hydraulic control
Gear ratio in 1st gear / 2nd gear 3.357 / 2.087 2.933 / 1.833
Gear ratio in 3rd gear / 4th gear 1.469 / 1.088 1.300 / 0.975
Gear ratio in 5th gear / 6th gear 1.108 / 0.912 1.030 / 0.825
Gear ratio in reverse gear 3.990 3.35
Final drive ratio in 1st - 4th gear / 5th, 6th and reverse gear 4.235 / 3.273 4.800 / 3.600
Running gear / steering / brakes
Front suspension McPherson struts with aluminium lower wishbones, aluminium pivot bearings, aluminium subframe, anti-roll bar, track-stabilising steering roll radius
Rear suspension Four-link rear suspension with separate spring/shock absorber arrangement, aluminium subframe, tubular anti-roll bar
Steering / steering ratio / turning circle in m (D102) Electromechanical steering with speed-dependent power assistance; steering wheel turn lock to lock: 2.9
Steering ratio: 16.9; Turning circle (D102): 10.96
Brake system, front/rear Dual-circuit brake system with diagonal split, ESP, hydraulic brake assist, disc brakes, ventilated at front and rear
Brake system: 17“/17“; brake diameter front/rear: 340 / 310
Wheels / tyres Wheels: lightweight forged aluminium 8.5Jx17, offset: 50; tyres: 245/45 R17 95Y
Performance / consumption / acoustics
Maximum speed in km/h 250 (governed) 250 (governed)
Acceleration, 0-100 km/h in seconds 5.9 5.7
Fuel grade Super Plus unleaded, 98 RON
Fuel consumption: urban / extra urban / overall, l/100 km 14.7 / 7.8 / 10.3 12.9 / 7.3 / 9.4
CO2 overall mass emissions, g/km 247 224
Standing / drive-past exterior noise level in dB (A) 81 / 75 81 / 73
Servicing / guarantee (Germany)
Oil change every ... km / inspection every ... km According to service indicator up to 30,000 (max. 2 years) 1)
Vehicle/paint/rust perforation guarantee 2 years with unlimited mileage / 3 years / 12 years
Insurance classification: third party / fully comprehensive / part-comprehensive Data not available at time of printing
Weights / loads
Unladen weight in kg (excl. driver) / gross weight limit; kg 1410 / 1810 1430 / 1830
Axle load limit at front / rear in kg 1015 / 870 1035 / 870
Trailer load limit unbraked in kg -
Trailer load limit on 8% / 12% gradient, braked in kg - / -
Roof load limit in kg Data not available at time of printing
Capacities
Cooling system capacity (incl. heating) in l 12.7 l
Engine oil capacity (incl. filter) in l 5.5
Fuel tank capacity in l 60
Body / dimensions
Body type Audi Space Frame (ASF)
Number of seats 2 + 2
Drag coefficient cD / frontal area A in m2 0.31 / 2.09 0.30 / 2.09
Length (L103) / width excl. mirrors (W103) /height (H100),mm 4178 / 1842 / 1352
Wheelbase (L101) / track at front/rear (W101/W102), mm 2468 / 1572 / 1558
Height of loading lip in mm (H196) 790
Luggage capacity in l, acc. to VDA block method (V210) 290 (700 with rear seat folded down)
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Wow, I love it. They took everything nice about the current TT and made it more aggressive and modern. Beautiful interior too, as expected with Audis.
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(steve goes in a corner and cries) IT'S SO BLOODY GORGEOUS!!! WAAAAAAA!!!
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Much better than the old one, but still hate it..
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For me, it's just more of the same.
I guess it won't be dinamicaly fantastic and I hate the high rear. That's not how a sports car should stand.
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Much better than the old one, but still hate it..
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It's not as nice as for example a Merc CLK, but I still think it looks great!
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