The Audi TT became a style icon instantaneously as soon as it made its debut appearance, a couple of decades ago. People appreciated this design-focused two-door sporty car, that inspired the automaker maintain the status quo till today. The 2021 Audi TT, as one of the most admired sports car series, is made available either as a coupe or as a convertible, at the base. For those who are looking for a yet more powerful version of it, must try the TTS model, which can be ordered only as a coupe.
As rightly said by the Santa Barbara Audi dealer, the 2021 Audi TT is all about drive fun, even more than the performance figures. Some say, it is to give the middle-class buyers the taste of a sports car, that Audi released this generously priced sports car with a manageable powertrain.
What is Offered as New for the Year 2021?
Audi has a long list of standard equipment newly added to the 2021 edition lineup of its flagship model TT that starts with a nineteen-inch wheels with summer performance tires for the exterior, a Nappa leather upholstered cabin, that is spacious and neatly arranged. The users now can enjoy the smartphone-mirroring functionalities through Android Auto and Apple CarPlay which also nestles in a premium audio system as well as a built-in navigation system.
On the safety corner, the feature blind-spot monitoring come as a standalone option especially on all the 2021 Audi TT models, that got added to the already existing safety features like automated emergency braking, forward-collision warning, front and rear parking sensors, and drowsy-driver monitoring.
On the TTS models come features like 20-inch wheels and summer tires come standard. The convertible models of 2021 Audi TT series now get a neck-heating feature and two new colors, named as Chronos Grey and Navarra Blue as standard.
The major highlight of any 2021 Audi TT model series is its sporty performance. It comes naturally to these models since it gets itself enrolled among the most desirable sports cars of the world. For this, the 2021 model year edition of this model series from Audi includes a 228-horsepower making 2.0-liter inline-four engine, and the turbocharged version of the same powering the TTS models to scale up that output to 288 hp. Both the trim models of the 2021 Audi TT model series come standard with the all-wheel drive option and share the same seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. However, the credit must go to the automaker for mastering the art of engineering a model that can deliver equally responsive handling prowess in both the trim models, irrespective of their differences in powertrain combination.
With this powertrain choices, the 2021 Audi TT models manages to score a decent fuel economy rate, that is estimated by the EPA as 23 mpg in the city roads, 31 mpg on the highways, because of which it is also getting counted among the most fuel efficient sports cars of the year, shared the Audi dealer serving Santa Barbara.