2016 Audi TT Improved with New Style Factors to Attract Buyers

For those who are already familiar with the series, the style quotient of the car needs no introduction.

However, the 2016 Audi TT has been further upgraded with a couple of new components to make it more stylish than it already is.

2016 Audi TT

The car has a quilted leather front sport seats which promises the best comfortable ride in the world. Unless and until you get a chance to experience it in real life, it may not be possible to describe how amazingly comfortable it is. The designers have also given a new lease of life to the display and the center control, which is used to control the infotainment system. Video gamers will be familiar with this futuristic console. It is completely different from the usual boring car consoles and is in a different shape to go along with the sporty look of the vehicle.

The 2016 Audi TT is a significant upgrade over its predecessor and can boast of a couple of new features. Almost every new car focuses on becoming the most connected automobile in the world and the TT is no different. It can not only communicate with your Android or iOS device, but is also social media friendly. The car is capable of reading new headlines while you are waiting in traffic, on your way to the office. It is also fully integrated with Twitter and can read out headlines loud.

While these features are not unique as it is found in many other models launched in recent times, it is a brand new addition for the TT series from Audi. The car has the best music system powered by the Bang & Olufsen brand. They are integrated into the front door of the vehicle to offer an immersive experience and have LED outlining to mark the location. As expected, it has ventilation and heating controls, but the buttons have been modified in a way that they hardly look like a control scheme. You will rather find it to be more like spaceship controls.

Audi TT 2016

Buyers who opt for the convertible variant of the 2016 Audi TT can opt for a neck warming system. The car’s overall design has been modified to make it look extremely sharp and seamless than it has been in the past. The front headlights are powered by LED technology for clearer vision of the road. It delivers 220 horsepower with a four-cylinder gasoline engine and uses a six speed dual clutch transmission system. The base variant is priced at $43,825 while the Convertible starts at $47, 325.