2019 Audi TTS Concept Specs Review
2019 Audi TTS. The main mechanical change of the last TTS is a remanufactured engine, with an aluminum block, a lighter lift shaft, an aluminum oil pump, a magnesium top bog, and a number of other measures that slice about 57 pounds of engine weight. This is particularly important because the engine is completely forward from the front wheel line. When Audi first came out, in 1999, it was a great alternative to the Volkswagen Getty, which shares many of its mechanical mechanisms. If you like the idea of driving but but can not stand that looks like the most common trio car in world history, TT offered a solution with its design like Bauhaus. Audi has continuously improved since then, with improvements in performance on the GTI, which are almost as large as their optical advantages.
The RS uses rear suspension technology and a multilink of standard TT, but with shocks and springs firmer and higher ride 0.4 inches. Magnetic shocks are likely to be the norm on American cars, but the Dynamic Plus suspension will be suspended with more stringent springs and more stringent and unmanageable shocks as an option for substance. Standard tires are 245 / 35-19 high-performance summer tires on nine-inch wheels, while 255 / 30-20s will be optional. These are the same combinations offered on the 2019 Audi TTS, as the same rims are used as fenders and have no space for larger rubber.
The TTS does, however, come with larger front brakes – 14.6 – 1.3 inch front rotors with lightweight aluminum hat sections installed by eight piston calipers, 12.2-P-0.9-inch rotors with one piston sliding calipers at the back. These front brakes are not only 1.3 inches larger than those on the 2019 Audi TTS; they are also larger than the front brakes on the Porsche 911 Carrera S. If you want more braking, carbon ceramic circuits are an option for the front wheels. As mentioned above, Immediately thanks to a new front fascia with large air intakes in the lower corners, a cage egg plate, and a clearer less obvious spoiler.
At the rear, the Rs has larger exhaust pipes, a prominent diffuser, and a fixed rear wing. Inside, this powerful TT comes standard with sports RS seats with a large number of modifications available, as well as diamond-style upholstery with contrasting stitching and this luxuriously disguised. Control panel, console cover, armrests also can be swab in the sewn leather as part of the option pack. For the most part, 2019 Audi TTS shares the beautiful interior of the standard TT, with intelligently integrated climate controls in the vent registers and a 12.3-inch high-definition screen that acts as a highly configurable set.
One addition is a special RS screen that enables you to display engine power and torque output, lateral and longitudinal acceleration, pressure and temperature of four individual tires. When you select the screen with a large tachometer in the center, changing the color of the dial as the digital needle mounts, Red flashing demand as the engine rotation approach the red line. It’s not only amusing, but you can see this Ochift reminder in your peripheral vision even when you’re focused on the road.
On the Spanish highways and the back roads, the standard suspension with magnetic shocks is well controlled and comfortable, while the Bloss dynamic suspension feels more assertive and somewhat jagged on a slightly coarse pavement. Road noise prominently on certain surfaces – this is not surprising, since all vehicles are equipped at hand with 20-inch wheels and tires. The brakes feel great, with a fixed pedal that is easy to adjust. However, while the voltage adjustment selections in the ODIS are always a clear distinction, usually only one feels linear and natural. In Rs, this is the convenience setting, as there is a clear two-step feeling in dynamic.
In the heart of the 2019 Audi TTS is the newly developed 5-cylinder, newly developed 5-cylinder engine with a 2.5-liter displacement that delivers 400 horsepower and 354 lb-ft of torque such as RS3. As with all RS models – find out from Audi Sport, new arrival in the United States. The family of Quattro four-wheel drive standard. The power steering of the engine to the two axes is a seven-speed, dual-clutch transmission, which can send almost all of the torque to the rear wheels.
With this being the most powerful of all of them, coupe performance is also faster. 0-60 mph (0-96 km / h) takes only 3.6 seconds (just 0.1 seconds slower than $162,900 R8) and the maximum speed is electronically controlled at 155 mph (250 km / h). If you want to exploit the full potential of the engine on the track, go to the optional Dynamic Plus package that allows you to reach a maximum speed of 174 mph (280 km per hour).
It was on April 25, 2016 when Audi revealed the third generation 2019 Audi TTS, but now only the model is getting ready for the United States. Market. The first event in the region is scheduled to begin later this month at the New York Motor Show, where the strongest TT car will ever be sold this spring and will carry a starting price of $64,900.