The TT on Audi stands for "Tourist Trophy". Was a storied automobile and motorcycle race that was first held in 1905 on the Isle of Man. Developing the cars as well as the technologies for its other road cars, race-prepared Audi TT's campaigned in the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters (DTM) series in Europe. In fact, Audi has a long sporting history to tell as an independent company and as a part of the Auto Union.
More enthusiasts had embraced the sporty coupe of Audi, which is the TT for its unique styling and proven mechanicals. The TT was launched in Canada as a 2000 model and has joined by its topless cousin known to be the TT roadster. Because Audi TT features a unique style and though remains unchanged, it is still quiet impressive for those who notice it.
The interior of the TT is composed of styling elements that significantly made the original car more unique. It features door handles and pulls made with finesse, round vents, and large round-faced gauges. It also has sporty alloy pedals with rubber no-slip inserts. A sport buckets are available from the TT which are cloaked in deluxe leather. It offers an exceptional support when the road gets curvy. The one that holds you in place and are padded well are the effective side bolsters that provides comfort even for your long trips. The parts, equipment and materials used on Audi TT are built with excellent quality and its innovative features show a great convenience for your ride.
So, if you're looking for that refined and excessive handling in a compact package, the Audi TT coupe has it. It will tract exactly where you point it, and no matter what the road surface or weather conditions will throw at you. The TT offers a compelling sporty performance and modern safety features where everyone will surely like to have and try on the road.