Audi’s 2.0 TDI TT now can have the Quattro system as well image
The German automaker is already selling 50 percent of its TTs in AWD, so it’s only natural they decided to add the Quattro system to yet another version.
The upscale coupe and roadster can now be had in a TDI-powered Quattro version, though it’s only possible to select the grippy system if you opt for the S tronic six-speed dual clutch automatic transmission. So, go for the latter one and the 2.0 TDI with 184 horsepower (135 kilowatts) and 280 pound-feet (380 Newton-meters) of torque and you can have all the power directed to all four wheels. The new 2017 Audi TT Coupe 2.0 TDI quattro S tronic will jump to 62 mph (100 km/h) in a sporty 6.7 seconds and then top out at 145 mph (234 km/h). Since the Roadster is a bit heavier, it will add an extra three tenths of a second to the sprint and reach a maximum speed of 143 mph (230 km/h).
On the other hand, given its diesel credentials, it won’t be an issue taking longer trips than ever before. The turbodiesel 2.0-liter engine is rated by the company at 5.2 liters / 100 km (or the equivalent of 45.2 mpg) with corresponding CO2 emissions of 137 g/km. The open top meanwhile will need 5.4 liters for every 100 km (or 43.6 mpg), on average, with 142 g/km of CO2 when discussing emissions. The latest arrival in the TT family will set you back – in Germany – €41,250 for the coupe and €43,650 for the roadster.