2011 Audi TT
Review, Prices, Comparisons, Pictures
The 2011 Audi TT/TTS Coupe and Roadster come in four sporty versions: the TT Coupe, the TTS Coupe, the TT Roadster, and the TTS Roadster. Each version is available in Premium Plus and Prestige models. The TTS features an even more powerful engine than the TT.
The updated TT is equipped with dual chrome tailpipes, new standard bumpers, a radiator grille, a fog light grille, and fog lights mounted in chrome. Interior improvements include aluminum accents on the steering wheel, center console, and door liner. Rings, frames, and strips in high-gloss black contribute to its glamorous appeal. The 2011 TT is now available in new exterior colors: Volcano Red, Scuba Blue, Dakota Gray, Oolong Gray, and Misano Red. New interior choices include Nougat Brown and Titanium Gray.
The Premium Plus model sports such new options as a Baseball Optic Leather Package, the Audi navigation plus system with real-time traffic updates, a 6-disc CD player or iPod interface, and heated seats.
Just as last year, the full TT line is offered exclusively with Audi’s quattro, making it the only sports car in its class with all-wheel drive. The TT’s optional Nappa leather upholstery is now thermally resistant and lowers the seat’s temperature dramatically.
Audi TT owners can rely on its new vehicle limited warranty, good for four years or 50,000 miles. In addition, the TT comes with a 12-year limited warranty against corrosion, and 24-hour roadside assistance for the first four years.
Overall, the 2011 Audi TT continues to epitomize the sports coupe and roadster vehicle. Its performance, drivability, and handling make it an invigorating and fun drive. Its luxurious interior and exterior would make any driver proud. And its safety features help to ensure the drive is as safe as it is enjoyable.