In the late 1990s, Audi first introduced the TT as a sporty compact two-door model, and the latest third-generation model was unveiled at the Geneva International Motor Show in 2014. As a hardtop and floor-standing convertible, Audi pushed the TT to the 2019 model year and made a gentle update, including a newer look, a new seven-speed gearbox and more standard equipment.
Borrowing R8 Design
The 2019 TT looks like it uses the aesthetic clues of the R8, with a lot of sharp, bold geometric shapes that make it far less lovely than in previous years. To help it become a brand new model, Audi said that the appearance of the 2019 TT is “more masculine, more avant-garde, and even more sporty than before.” For us, it doesn’t look any different, but it doesn’t matter – It is still very mindful.
Elegantly Updated Interior
Let’s dive into the details of aesthetics from the front. Here, we found that the nose was controlled by a large three-dimensional single-frame grille, and Audi’s six-sided air intake occupies most of the front body panel. The addition to the single-frame grille is a set of double-sized side air intakes that are added to the corners to help enhance the overall sporting intention of the car.
From the side, the Audi TT’s coupe-type roof line became more visible in 2019, gradually falling back to the tail from a steep sturdy windshield. The use of dark trim around the window reinforces the vehicle’s sporting posture, while the wheel is pushed to the far end of the body, making it dangling short and extending in appearance.
2019 BMW Coupe
The Bavarians are no strangers to making small double doors, and the latest 2 series naturally plays this role. It is a basic 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that uses turbocharging technology to produce more than 248 horsepower. There is also a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine that produces more than 335 ponies if you are looking for extra muscle.
Mercedes-Benz SLC is as brainstorming as the TT, but introduces additional Mercedes to curb the appeal. Thanks to its retractable hard-top roof, it keeps you warm when the weather is cold, and it gives plenty of sunshine when the mood hits, and you can fully enter the sports car mode with the push of a button. Power is generated by a turbocharged in-line four-cylinder engine with power up to 241 hp, all of which are sent to the rear axle via a nine-speed automatic transmission.