We don’t have a ton of details for the new TT yet but expect it to look an awful lot like the 2019 models. The cars received an overhaul for 2018, so no major changes are on the horizon. Rumors have swirled that the TT name will go away in favor of an electric sports car with a new title, but nothing has yet been confirmed.
We expect to continue seeing the same 2.0-liter engine under the hood that delivers 288 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of torque to all four wheels. The system is good for a 4.4-second 0-60 mph time, according to Audi.
The TT will still feature a dual-clutch transmission and four selectable driving modes that change steering weight, transmission shift points, and throttle response, allowing the driver to adapt the car to road conditions as they arise.
Other features will include the Audi virtual cockpit system, front and rear parking sensors, Alcantara and leather upholstery, heated front seats, and keyless entry/push-button start.
The TT competes against the Porsche 718 Boxter/Cayman and Jaguar F-Type. Pricing should remain close to the 2019 model’s starting number of $53,800.
2.0-liter Turbo Inline-4 Gas