July 8, 2003
Reese Witherspoon’s character, Elle Woods, in the new Hollywood film Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde, is sassy, gutsy and optimistic. Now Elle has an automobile that represents her enthusiasm: an Audi TT Roadster that she drives in the film from Boston to Washington, DC, to cause some turmoil on Capitol Hill. Just as special as the appearance of the car itself is the unique Candy Blue paint developed exclusively for Legally Blonde 2.
“The Candy Blue Audi TT Roadster perfectly fits Elle’s character,” said Doug Clark, Audi Marketing. “Even though it is a special color designed just for the movie, we are pleased to announce that our customers are now able to order the TT Roadsters in this shade.”
Orders for a Candy Blue Audi TT Roadster can be made at Audi dealerships across the nation.
The Audi TT Roadster is now available with 180- and 225-horse power engines. A 3.2 250-hp engine will be introduced later this year. Regardless of engine choice, the Audi Roadsters deliver high-end performance and industry-leading design expected from Audi.
The Audi TT Roadsters come with a full range of equipment, including quattro all-wheel drive, HomeLink®, Electronic Stabilization Program (ESP®), Anti-lock Brake System (ABS), electronic rear brake pressure regulation, automatic climate control system, power top and a rollover protection program.
Audi’s history in America dates to 1969, when the brand was first introduced to the U.S. market. Always an innovator, Audi offered a range of front-wheel drive sedans to a market that scarcely understood the advantages of this now well established concept. In 1980 quattro was introduced to the U.S. market as Audi’s permanent all-wheel-drive system. With the celebration of 22 years of innovation, Audi recently introduced the fourth-generation of quattro.