At Audi’s 2019 general meeting, Bram Schot, its CEO, confirmed the TT will be axed and replaced “new emotive model in the same price range”.
The 2019 Audi TT RS facelift has new front and rear bumpers, matte Quattro badges, more radiators, and LED lights as standard.
The 2019 Audi TT RS Roadster facelift has new bumpers with larger vents, a bigger rear wing, a new diffuser, and an unchanged 294kW (394hp) 2.5L turbo I5.
The 2019 Audi TT RS facelift has a new bumpers with larger vents, a bigger rear wing and rear diffuser, but the 2.5L turbo I5 still makes 394hp (294kW).
Thanks to declining sales of coupe and convertible models, the Mark IV Audi TT will reportedly become a four door coupe going on sale within two years.
The 2019 Audi TT facelift has new bumpers and grille, more standard equipment, and is now only available turbocharged gas engines. No more diesel.
The 2019 Audi TT Roadster facelift has a new grille, bumpers, and more standard features. The S-Line has bigger vents and gray highlights.
The Mark I Audi TT coupe had radical Bauhaus styling. Had the dull platform of the Volkswagen Golf Mark IV and New Beetle, but also cool 5-cylinder engines.
The original Audi TT Roadster was a design icon with Bauhaus styling. Handling was underwhelming as it was based on the Volkswagen Golf Mark IV.
The new third generation Audi TT RS has the brand’s distinctive 2.5-liter turbocharged 5-cylinder turned up 400hp (298kW) to deliver ballistic performance.