The first Audi TT concept car was unveiled at the 1995 Frankfurt motor show, with the first production car being launched in 1998 and offered clients an all new modern take on the coupe design. The cars had the perfect collaboration of fabulous styling, impressive engine choices, high end world class leading technology, all of which made this model one of the most successfully vehicles to from the Ingolstadt production line in Germany. The third generation Audi TT which was released to the eager motoring press at the 2014 Audi all-road shooting brake concept car in Detroit and was to set an all new benchmark for the company on advanced specification, but at the same point still followed similar design lines that had been so successful for nearly twenty years. With its radical new interior design to include the stunning immersive cockpit display and integrated climate control buttons, it was seen by many as a truly stunning interior with its mix of sleek styling and forward-thinking technology, it became an overnight triumph with those dedicated Audi buyers excited to get to the showrooms and get their own order down on paper. The TTS was to be powered by the 2.0 TFSI engine producing a whopping 306bhp and teamed with twinned with the quick changing 6-speed s-tronic transmission gearbox, would easily accelerate both driver and passengers from 0-62 in just 4.6 seconds, would further climb to a top speed of 155mph, all of which elegantly controlled by the impressive Audi four-wheel drive system. The all new TTS would definitely give other car manufactures a proper headache, with the Porsche Cayman to be first on their hit list.
Our example was first supplied in March 2018 and since this date has covered 14555 miles whilst having just the one owner + demo from new. Since this date our car has undergone it's first oil change at 7152 miles and will be supplied with all the paperwork including the Audi approved wallet