Details of the new 2019 Audi TT have been revealed with the sports car set to feature more standard equipment and a (subtly) refined exterior design when it arrives in Australia early next year.
Powering the latest incarnation of the Audi TT will be a petrol engine, no more diesel power here, with two different tunes across three trim levels.
An entry-level 40 TFSI engine will offer 145kW/320Nm and is front-wheel drive only. It is mated with either a six-speed manual or seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.
Moving to the 45 TFSI and 45 TFSI Quattro adds more power with 180kW and 370Nm on offer. The front-wheel drive is paired with the manual gearbox whilst the all-wheel drive version is mated with the dual-clutch transmission.
The TT S offers 225kW of power, 400Nm of torque and all-wheel drive. Missing out is the TT RS which is expected to be updated at a later date.
Now standard on the Audi TT is Audi drive select dynamic handling system, a rain and light sensor, heated exterior mirrors, multifunction steering wheel and illuminated USB ports.
Exterior features for the updated version include a three-dimensional Singleframe radiator grille with large side air inlets as well as no cap underneath the tank flap.
Optionally, LED headlights or matrix LED headlights are available.
Opting for the S line exterior package adds a full-length front splitter, vertical air inlets, a radiator grille in titanium black and specific side sills with inserts, a wider diffuser and vertical air inlets below the rear lights with three horizontal fins each for a sportier feel.
Cosmos blue, pulse orange and turbo blue are also added to the colour options.
17-inch wheels are standard with the option of 18, 19 and 20-inch wheels also available.
Internally, a new sport display is optional which offers information on the engine output, torque and g-forces.
A 680-watt, 14-channel, 12 speaker Bang & Olufsen audio system is also on the options list.
Opting for the TT roadster brings a black or grey soft top which can be opened or closed in 10 seconds at speeds of up to 50km/h.
The 2019 Audi TT range is set to touch down in Australia in the first half of 2019 with full local specifications and pricing to be confirmed closer to the local launch. Stay tuned!
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