Fred Lavery Company, the leading dealer for Detroit Audi drivers, is proud to provide their customers the 2012 Audi TT Coupe. The Audi TT Coupe is an impressive vehicle, providing a powerful engine, luxurious features, and top of the line technology unseen in the business. Car buyers have always raved about the quality of Audi vehicles and the Audi TT Coupe doesn't disappoint. Let's check out what's in store for Detroit Audi drivers.
Detroit Audi TT Coupe Engine Features
Audi offers the TT Coupe, available at this Audi dealer in Birmingham MI, with three four-cylinder engines with turbocharging and direct fuel injection. The two TFSI units and the TDI combine sporty performance with high efficiency for impressively low fuel consumption figures. All three engines work with a recuperation system.
The 2.0 TFSI generates 211 hp. The Audi valvelift system adjusts the lift of its exhaust valves in two stages, which increases power, torque and efficiency. The Audi TT 2.0 TDI consumes on average just 44 mpg. Its 170 hp of power and a brawny 258.15 lb-ft of torque provide for dynamic performance.
A six-speed manual transmission transfers power to the wheels regardless of the engine. Audi also offers S tronic for the 2.0 TFSI, which switches between its six gears extremely quickly. The quattro permanent all-wheel drive system is available as an option for the 2.0 TFSI with S tronic; it comes standard with the TDI. The heart of the system is an electronically controlled hydraulic multi-plate clutch.
Audi TT Coupe Suspension And Technology
The front suspension of the Audi TT, available for Detroit Audi drivers, features McPherson struts, with aluminum components used to keep the weight of the unsprung masses low. Thanks to its electromechanical drive, the power steering is highly efficient. The trailing arms of the four-link rear suspension are designed with an eye toward comfort. The connections to the three transverse links per wheel, on the other hand, are rigid in order to direct lateral forces into the body with precision.
Available as an option with all variants of the TT is the variable Audi magnetic ride shock absorber system, another high-tech feature. A computer switches the adaptive suspension between two settings as desired by the driver. The optional sport button can be used to adjust the characteristic of the gas pedal (with manual transmissions), the servo boost for the steering and the engine sound in two stages.
All TT models come with a generous array of standard equipment, including the on-board computer with efficiency program. Noteworthy options include the two navigation systems and the Bose surround sound system.
Check out the 2012 TT Coupe today at Fred Lavery Company!