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Audi - 2008 Audi TT Roadster 2.0 TFSI





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2008 Audi TT Roadster 2.0 TFSI
2008 Audi TT Roadster 2.0 TFSI  picture
Specifications
Engine Type dual overhead cam 16-valve direct fuel-injecton turbocharged and intercooled inline 4-cylinder
Displacement cu in (cc)
Power bhp (kW)  at RPM 200 @ 5100-6000 rpm
Torque lb-ft (Nm) at RPM 207 @ 1800-5000 rpm
Redline at RPM n.a.
Brakes vented disc / solid disc, ABS, BA, ESP standard
Tires P245/40 ZR18 Pirelli P-ZERO rosso
Length 97.2 in. / 164.5 in.
Weight 3130 lbs.
Acceleration 0-62 mphs 0-60 mph s: 5.7
Top Speed mph (km/h) 155 (250) - electronically limited
Fuel economy EPA (1/100) city / highway / observed, 22 / 29 / 23
Base Price $ 36,800
Car Description
Sheer sportiness, a genuine driving experience plus high power reserves - cue the new TT Roadster from Audi. The open-top sports car retains the distinctive lines of its tremendously successful predecessor, but instils them with even greater emotion, performance and dynamism. The chassis of the new Roadster is also built for impressive sporty performance. Its highlight is Audi magnetic ride, the optional suspension damping technology that allows drivers to choose between an uncompromisingly dynamic ride or more comfort-orientated characteristics. With its rigorous geometry and clarity, the design of the first TT Roadster elevated it to the status of a cult classic. Audi has preserved the charismatic design idiom and carefully honed it for the new model. Compared to the model it replaces the new TT Roadster has undergone a growth spurt, with the new proportions accentuating its sporty nature. Length is now 164.5 inches (+ 5.4 in), width 72.5 in. (+ 3.1) and height 53.5 in. (+ 0.3 in), while the wheelbase has been extended by 1.8 to 97.1 in. Despite the extra size, however, the drag coefficient of the 2.0 TFSI is just 0.32 with the soft top up. The interior of the TT Roadster is noticeably larger too, offering extra headroom and elbow room. The width at shoulder height is now 53.6 in, an increase of 1.1 in. The front wheel suspension, which is linked to a separate subframe, has a McPherson construction that has been refined by the use of lightweight aluminum components. The electromechanical power-assisted steering combines a direct ratio with sensitive precision.
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