Tag: TT

Audi TT is “Connected Car 2014”

Four prizes in total at the “Connected Car Award 2014” Overall victory for new Audi TT: best connected car First places in the Navigation, Internet and Entertainment categories Ingolstadt – Well connected: Audi was the most successful brand at the “Connected Car Award” organized by Auto Bild and Computer Bild. The four rings won four […] More »

  Comments | By - December 12, 2014

An icon returns: all-new Audi TT makes its U.S. debut at LA Auto Show

The quintessential design icon has become a next-generation driving machine. The 2016 Audi TT Roadster and TTS Coupe will make their U.S. debut at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show representing the all-new TT model line. Featuring an exciting new design characterized by the use of innovative technologies and driver-focused performance, the all-new Audi TT once again will make its stamp on Audi history

  Comments | By - November 13, 2014

Awards for Audi in September

eCar Awards: two wins for Audi Audi’s plug‑in hybrid strategy is scoring points. At the eCar Awards by Auto Bild and Auto Test magazines, Audi took first place with its A3 Sportback e‑tron and the TT offroad concept car. The Audi A3 Sportback e‑tron was the winner in the “Best Plug‑In Hybrid – Production Vehicles” category. The Audi TT offroad concept took the honors in the category of “Best […] More »

  Comments | By - October 10, 2014

Third-generation dynamics – The new Audi TT and the TTS

Ingolstadt – The Audi TT* has been renowned for its sporty and progressive design for over 15 years. Now the brand with the four rings is presenting the third generation of the Coupé. It embodies dynamics, emotion and technology in their purest forms – in design, the engines, chassis and the innovative operating concept. Emotion […] More »

  Comments | By - September 5, 2014

Positive life cycle assessment for the new Audi TT

Dynamic performance and efficiency: The new Audi TT impressively combines both qualities. Compared with the predecessor model, the compact sports car scores high with an increase in power output of up to 14 percent and a simultaneous decrease in greenhouse gas emissions of 11 percent. As the premium vehicle manufacturer states in its new life cycle assessment of the third-generation TT, this means that each car in the series saves around 5.5 tonnes of greenhouse gases over its entire life cycle. This includes not just carbon dioxide, but other substances such as methane, nitrous oxide and halogenated organic emissions

  Comments | By - August 18, 2014

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