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Audi TT Air Conditioning & Heat
Audi TT Air Intake & Fuel Delivery
Audi TT Brakes
Audi TT Charging and Staring Systems
Audi TT Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
Audi TT Cooling System
Audi TT Decals, Emblems & Detailing
Audi TT Emission System
Audi TT Engines & Components
Audi TT Exhaust
Audi TT Exterior
Audi TT Filters
Audi TT Gaskets
Audi TT Gauges
Audi TT Glass
Audi TT Ignition System
Audi TT Interior
Audi TT Lighting & Lamps
Audi TT Parts Cars
Audi TT Safety & Security
Audi TT Suspension & Steering
Audi TT Transmission & Drivetrain
Audi TT Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
Audi TT Wheels and Tires
Audi TT Other Parts
Picture of a used 2003 Audi TT
The Audi TT was introduced as a concept car in 1995. It was eventually put into production, making its debut in 1998. The TT stands for Tourist Trophy, not twin turbo, as the car does not have twin turbochargers.
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The engine in the TT is transversely mounted, with a front or Quattro all wheel drivetrains available. The Quattro option is very popular among Audi owners. Since 2001, the Quattro versions of the TT have come with a more powerful engine with a turbocharger and intercooler. The Audi TT was recalled in 1999, due to its tendency to flip over while turning at high speeds. Modifications were made to fix these problems, including the inclusion of a rear spoiler and altered suspension settings, making the car more stable at all speeds. The 3.2 V6 available on new TT's can take the car to 155 mph. A second generation TT is expected from Audi sometime in 2006.
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