Audi TT Roadster quattro in absolutely near new condition
– 1.8 liter gasoline engine turbo, 20V, with 165 kW (224 hp)
– 6-speed manual transmission + 532 km mileage only
– 1 owner only!
– After registration stored in a hall and only occasionally driven
– Exterior paint in light silver metallic
– Sports seats in front, leather upholstery “Authentic” with moccasin stitching
– Sport steering wheel, automatic climate control
– Power wind deflector
– Sport suspension damping, AEZ alloy wheels 18″
– Audi radio concert CD with Bose sound system, cup holder
– The timing belt was renewed in 2021 preventively
– Valid technical control (MoT) until 07/2023
The entire interior, including the floor coverings without visible signs of use
In 1995, the prototype of the Audi TT was presented at the IAA in Frankfurt and at the Tokyo Motor Show. The public’s impression was enormously positive. Production of the sports car, whose name TT, Tradition and Technology, refers to sports cars of the 1950s and not unintentionally to the Tourist Trophy motorcycle race on the Isle of Man, began in 1998. The car, which was based on the VW Golf IV platform, was initially offered only as a coupe and with a 1.8-liter turbocharged engine. A TTS Roadster version appeared a year later. Approximately 275,000 units of the first generation (8N) were produced. In 2006, the second generation (8J) appeared, now based on the platform of the Audi A3 8P, with many technical and some exterior innovations. Worth mentioning is the optional Audi magnetic ride, a damping system that allows better adaptation to the driving situation. In addition to the different variants of the car, there were also two particularly powerful ones: the TTS and TT RS with up to 250 kW (340 hp). The third generation (FV) has been on offer since 2014. The vehicle received a facelift, but it was not fundamentally changed. The planned discontinuation of the Audi TT was announced in 2019, but currently the probably last gasoline-powered version is still being produced.