Audi TT Coupe 3.2
The Audi TT Coupe 3.2 is a 2-door coupé manufactured by Audi. It was first available with a 1.8 L turbocharged inline four cylinder 20-valve engine. A Quattro version that has a 225 PS (165 kW) engine with a larger turbocharger, an additional intercooler on the driver's side, forged connecting rods, a dual exhaust, and a few other internals was released in 2001. In 2003, a 250 PS (184 kW) 3.2 L VR6 was released as well. An improved dual-clutch gearbox was offered along with a stiffer suspension in 2004. Audi also developed a lightened and power-boosted "quattro Sport" model with 240 PS (176 kW) and a top speed of 250 km/h (155 mph).
The TT has received praise for its styling, considered by many to be a watershed moment in automobile design. Bold design elements such as prominent aluminum bodywork, lack of defined bumpers, and its distinctive, rounded bodywork have helped the TT achieve iconic status. This success and popularity has allowed other auto designers to take bolder risks with their designs.
Audi's success was further bolstered by the contemporary B5-platform A4 model, firmly cementing their place as a luxury marque. However, the 2006 TT was pulled from California and other States that had adopted California emission standards due to failure to meet emissions standards.
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