Strong demand in the UK for the Audi TT Coupé and Roadster quattros is showing no sign of abating, and the range looks set to continue riding high, helped by a new sports equipment package which has been added at no extra cost.
From the 180bhp Coupé to the 225bhp Roadster, all of the exclusively four-wheel-driven TT models are now equipped with larger 18-inch, nine spoke alloy wheels with 225/40 ZR18 tyres, and the effect these create is heightened by sports suspension which has been lowered further compared with the original car. New titanium headlamp surrounds also embellish the unmistakable TT front view in 225bhp Coupé and Roadster models.
In addition, the range of standard metallic and pearl effect paints which were originally available at extra cost are now free of charge, while the special order colours Avus Silver (pictured) and Misano Red have been reduced to £445. Other special order colours remain at their original price of £1,030.
Inside, two new special order colours - silver and red - are now available for the standard leather upholstery at an extra cost of £275.
In spite of this equipment upgrade, on-the-road prices for the 2002 model year Audi TT quattro range are unchanged. They start at £24,050 for the 180bhp Coupé, rising to £29,000 for the 225bhp Roadster, and all versions are available to order now.
These prices include the new equipment, plus leather upholstered sports seats, electronic climate control, electric windows and mirrors, remote control central locking, six-speed manual transmission and a full complement of safety features. 225bhp models also add xenon headlamps with washers and automatic range adjustment and a Driver’s Information System (DIS).Published 14 January 2002