The recently redesigned Audi TT is one hot looking sports car and now Audi is prepared to offer at least two new versions, including one that is powered by the company’s popular TDI powerplant.
In the two pictures at the bottom of the screen, the one on top is the Audi TTS (white). This builds on the already “competent” package of the existing TT, bumping the grunt up to 272 horsepower and 258 lbs-ft of torque. Power comes by way of a 2.0L TFSI engine, propelling the sporty number from 0-62mph in just 5.2 seconds. The Audi TTS will be available in coupe or convertible with prices starting at 44,900 Euro and 47,750 Euro, respectively.
The red car pictured below is the Audi TT TDI. This represents the first diesel-powered TT in the nameplate’s history. The 2.0L diesel powerplant develops 170 horsepower and 258 lbs-ft of torque. It goes 44 miles on the gallon and does the 0-62mph run in 7.5 seconds. Like the TTS, the TT TDI is available as both a coupe and a convertible. Prices start at 34,850 Euro for the Coupe and 35,900 Euro for the Roadster.