Special Edition Audi TT Coupe Launched in Japan

Audi developed a new special edition of the TT Coupe to be launched in Japan in order to celebrate the company's 100th anniversary. The limited series will be only available to Japanese buyers and is based on the S-line version of the 2.0-liter TFSI configuration. writes that only 100 units will be manufactured and Audi will launch the special edition model in two color versions, pearl blue and bright orange.

Other feature highlights include carbon fiber exterior trim, 19-inch alloys fitted with 255/35 R19 tires plus black leather seats with white contrasting stitching. Pricing information and the full list of specifications are yet to be disclosed but more information should surface soon.

The current generation Audi TT Coupe was officially launched on April 6h, 2006 at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. Initially, the Audi TT was offered only in a coupe bodystyle and had an overall luggage capacity of 290 litres (extendable to 700 litres by folding the rear bench). The car was powered by either a 2.0L turbocharged TFSI engine delivering 200 hp or a 250-hp naturally aspired 3.2L V6, both connected to a standard 6-speed manual transmission (S tronic dual-clutch gearbox was optional).

The first unit came with front-wheel-drive, while the V6 was available with standard all-wheel-drive. Other feature highlights on the 2006 Audi TT Coupe included redesigned sport-oriented suspension, larger track (due to the introduction of wider wheels) and an optional high-tech Audi magnetic ride damper system.
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