2013 Audi TT Overview
Audi has re-worked the 2013 TT to give it a drive and feel that matches its sports car exterior.
At first glance, the new TT is already more grown-up than its predecessor. The body work is more pumped up, angular, and bolder than before. The TT is offered as both coupe and soft-top convertible. 18” alloys are standard, while 19” alloys with summer tires are optional on higher-end models. The TT also gets automatic Xenon headlights, heated electric side mirrors, and fog lights as standard. Options include a fixed rear-wing spoiler, headlight washers, and extra-muscled body panels from Audi’s S-line.
The TT’s interior is superbly crafted and offers leather seats, tilt/telescoping multifunction steering wheel, Bluetooth connectivity, automatic climate control, and nine-speaker audio system as standard. The interior is lined in leather, soft-touch composites, and aluminum, with several different combinations possible. The options list includes tech features such as satellite navigation, Bose sound system, computer lap timer, and iPod integration.
Under the hood, the 2013 TT gets Audi’s trusty 211-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder that makes 258 pounds-feet of torque. Paired with the standard six-speed automatic and all-wheel drive, the coupe will get to 60 MPH in just 5.3 seconds; but the convertible takes a bit longer – 5.6 seconds. This engine and transmission combination also returns 22/31 mpg city/highway, regardless of the body style. In addition to the standard sport suspension, Audi offers an adjustable magnetic suspension system for keen drivers.
The 2013 TT has six airbags, traction/stability control, and antilock disc brakes, all standard. The convertible also gets an automatically deploying rollover protection. Rear parking sensors are optional.