2017 Audi TT S Coupe Review: Has It Finally Become A Porsche 718 Cayman Fighter?

Jan 21, 2017 06:30 AM EST | Carl Anthony Teves

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The new Audi TT coupe is now in its third generation. It is now lighter and enjoyable to drive. Aside from its amazing design, it has a new-found dynamics that matches great fuel economy and exceptional performance. This model is obviously a competitive one.

As for its interior design, a new standard has been set. The vehicle's technical wizardry of a virtual cockpit is now replaced with an LCD screen that can easily be adjusted. With its established performance and safety welfare, no wonder Audi TT has kept its reputation and title as the coupe of the year.

This sports car faces a tight competition from these luxurious BMW's 2 series and Cayman from Porsche also with these proven stylish cars but less thought-of cars like Scirocco from Volkswagen and Peugeot RCZ. The two-door Audi model aims to capture every buyer's attention with its exterior and interior design's sharpness that truly sees off its competitors.

 TT's interior image is effortlessly modern with a twist of minimalist design. Audi TT also offers clean features such as air vents that each display the temperature that was set to. Meanwhile, it is equipped with a standard virtual cockpit that made a big success and will be seen as an option on other Audi car models. The company, on the other hand, replaces the old gauges with a TFT screen that is the same with the R8 supercar.

Enthusiasts can definitely describe the unit as a four-seated vehicle with its rear seats that is suitable for children, few bags, and for an emergency use. The seats can be folded too for a more spacious and practical boot.

The 2017 TT powered with a 2.0 liter turbocharged that makes 220 horsepower and 258 pound-feet. This new lighter structured car can also go to 60 mph in a span of only 5.3 seconds. TT is only offered in Quattro form all-wheel-drive in the U.S.

 

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