The Audi TT is a sports car being produced since 1998 by the German Audi AG, owned by Volkswagen. The first generation of this car was produced on a joint and tested floor plate with Volkswagen Golf as well as Skoda Octavia. TT was initially available with a supercharged 20-valve 180 or 225 horsepower engine with the capacity of 1.8l. The stronger version differed in the change of several elements such as: a modified exhaust system, or a larger turbocharger.
The second generation of this car appeared on the market at the beginning of April 2006 and was both longer and wider than the previous one, which could be felt sitting inside. The car was also lighter and stiffer than the previous version. There are also additional engine versions – two-liter with 200 horsepower and 3.2-liter with 250 horsepower. At the beginning of 2009, Audi also introduced the TT RS version, which was available with the engine option with 340 horsepower and based on the 2.5 TFSI engine.
The third generation of this car and the ever-growing range of available engine options are already proofing the popularity of the Audi TT. All three TT generations are available in versions 1.8 to 3.2, which range from 160 to 400 horsepower.
All the petrol engine used for Audi TT are based in Direct Injection system, which are able to be converted to Autogas. For this model components used include:
- ECU – DIGITRONIC DI60
- REDUCER – DIGITRONIC TOMASETTO AT13 ANTARTIC SUPER
- INJECTORS – DIGITRONIC AEB POLYMER 4cyl.
- GAS FILTER – DIGITRONIC BLASTER