2011 Audi TT Owners Manual – The Audi TT heads into 2011 with more power, a restyled front grille and standard leather sitting.
Options, Trim Levels, and Body Styles
The 2011 Audi TT can be acquired as a 2+2 hatchback coupe or a two-seat roadster, both of which come in a single trim degree referred to as Premium Plus.
Standard equipment includes 19-inch wheels, an automatic rear spoiler, summer performance tires, adaptive xenon headlights, foglights, an auto-dimming mirror, rain-sensing wipers, a 50/50 split-folding rear seatback, heated six-way power front seats (with power lumbar), leather upholstery, a tilt-and-telescoping tyre, Bluetooth, automatic weather control and an auxiliary sound jack and a nine-speaker CD/MP3 stereo with satellite radio. The roadster includes an electric top that is soft roll hoops, a cargo pass-through with a removable ski bag and a power wind deflector.
The Prestige package adds parking sensors, an interior lighting that is ambient, a dash-mounted MMI electronic devices controller, heated front seats, a navigation system, a six-CD changer and an upgraded 12-speaker Bose stereo.
Special Features and Interior Design
True to Audi’s customized, the interior of this 2011 TT is superbly crafted. The controls that are standard straightforward and easy to reach, though the navigation system’s dash-mounted electronic devices controller is a little unintuitive in its function and placement. The wheel that is flat-bottom supportive front seats provide the interior a sporty feel, as the coupe’s hatchback design and fold-down back seats offer practicality plus sufficient baggage room towards the tune of 23 cubic feet with those seats folded. But, the coupe’s backseat is only usable for parcels and those reduced than 4-foot-10.
The two-seat roadster has a lightweight fabric-trimmed energy top that folds down flush using the back bodywork, enabling the car to retain its clean lines utilizing the top down. Additionally, the top’s multilayer headliner and glass backside window help keep the car quiet and well insulated, though it is no replacement the retractable hardtops provided by some rivals.
Every TT comes standard with traction and security control, antilock disc brakes, front leg airbags and side airbags.
Performance and Powertrains
The 2011 Audi TT comes standard with a turbocharged 2.0-liter engine that is four-cylinder produces 211 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. All-wheel drive can be standard. The only transmission available is a six-speed dual-clutch automatic manual transmission that works like a normal automated or through driver inputs through the shift lever on the center console or move paddles on the steering wheel.
Expected fuel economy is 26 mpg combined and 22 mpg city/31 mpg highway.
The 2011 Audi TT is only available because of the turbocharged four-cylinder, a version of this Audi 2.0T that’s provided with Volkswagen products just like the CC and GTI. This year’s engine is more powerful, and you’ll spot the extra boost in torque, specially when driving around town. The S transmission that is tronic beyond reproach, delivering smooth and lightning-quick gearchanges.