In 1995, the Audi TT was the first concept car unveiled at the IAA in Frankfurt. The first to appear was a coupe version of the TT that was available from 1998 to 2006.
In spring 2006, the second-generation TT Coupe was presented in Berlin. It is somewhat larger than its predecessor. For this second-generation TT, Audi combines aluminum and steel for the first time for the ASF (Audi Space Frame) technology: 69 percent of the body is aluminum. The steel components are mainly at the rear of the car for optimal weight distribution (as a counterweight to the far-forward engine). For improved downward pressure on the rear wheels, a spoiler emerges from the tailgate at 120 km/h. The multi-link rear suspension is new and this, along with other innovations to the chassis (such as the wider track width and larger wheels), provides improved handling.
Starting in 2008, the TT was available for the first time with a diesel engine, a new 2.0-liter TDI with common-rail delivering 170 hp and 350 Nm. This diesel was also available in combination with the quattro drivetrain.
In 2010, the TT received a minor update.
Our Audi TT is a2nd-generation facelift with a 2.0 TDI engine combined with the Quattro all-wheel drive system. The car was delivered new in June 2011 by Jennes to its first owner.
From the factory, the car has the following options:
Electronic stabilization program (ESP)
Rear disc brakes
Front disc brakes
Leather-clad multifunction sports steering wheel
Windshield in heat-insulating glass
Driver and front passenger airbag with front passenger airbag deactivation
Right exterior mirror: convex (large field of view)
Outside mirror on the left: aspherical
Sport seats front
The car comes with its original service booklet and many service invoices.