The all-new Audi TT has gone on sale across Ireland, with prices commencing from €47,550. From launch there will be a TT and TTS variant, power outputs will range from 184hp to 310hp. The volume seller will be the 2.0-litre TDI model with 184hp and 380Nm of torque. The new TT is 50kg lighter then its predecessor, it also boasts a lower centre of gravity and driving position. One of the key highlights is the Audi virtual cockpit, a multi-media interactive 12.3” instrument panel replaces the traditional dials. The virtual cockpit is powered by two quad-core processors, one for the virtual cockpit including digital rev counters and speedo, the other for the infotainment functionality like mapping, media playback and high-level search.
There are two trim levels on offer, Sport and S-Line. Sport highlights include fully digital Audi virtual cockpit, MMI touch, Xenon headlights, Audi Music Interface, Alcantara/leather sports seats and Cruise Control. S-Line equipment highlights include LED headlights, Audi Drive Select, 19” alloys and the S-Line styling package.
Commenting on the launch of the all new Audi TT, Christian Gussen, managing director, Audi Ireland, said: “The Audi TT has always enjoyed iconic status in Ireland since its launch in 1998 and this new take on a modern classic will not disappoint TT fans. As well as a stunning new design, the latest version of the Audi TT truly embraces the digital age like no other car on the market. Available from €499 per month on PCP with Audi finance the all new Audi TT delivers the ultimate modern sports-car experience to Irish motorists which is sure to attract new customers to the Audi brand.“