Self Study Program 600276 – The 2016 Audi TT Introduction Sales and After Sales
VAG SSP 600276. The TT was a revolutionary car design when it was first unveiled in 1995. It’s strictly geometrical, formally coherent design language made it an icon with huge charisma. For the third TT generation, the Audi designers have returned to many of these ideas and placed them in a new context that is as dynamic as it is diverse.
The central motif was the circle – embodied in the curves of the roof line, and the front and the rear overhangs with their resolutely horizontal lines. From the side, many details of the new Audi TT are reminiscent of the first-generation classic in many respects.
The third generation of the compact sports car again commands attention with its emotional design and dynamic attributes. Standout features of the new coupe are its innovative driveline technology as well as its new operating and display concept.
Model history for the World-wide market
In 1995 Audi presented a pioneering study: the Audi TT. The Coupe (IAA Frankfurt, 1995) and Roadster (Tokyo Motor Show, 1995) showcars were followed by the production versions of the Audi TT Coupe in 1998 and Audi TT Roadster in 1999. When the first-generation Audi TT came on the market in 1998 it was a design revolution. Radical in design, but suitable for everyday use – that was the motto for the first Audi TT.
The third generation of this classic has adopted many of the design elements that characterized the first-generation TT – coupled with innovative technology. Between the first and third generation of the TT lie nearly 20 years of development in technology and design. Here, in brief, are the key milestones in the model history of the Audi TT.
- Model history for the World-wide market
- Joining technology
- Thermal “hot” and mechanical “cold” joining techniques
- Fuel Filler
- Passive safety
- Front Passenger Airbag -disabled- Indicator lamp
- Engine transmission combination
- Power transmission
- quattro drive
- 6-speed DSG transmission – S tronic
- Overall concept
- Axles and wheel alignment
- Brake system
- Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
- Steering system
- Wheels and tires
- Audi virtual cockpit
- Audi drive select
- Tail lights
- Climate control
- A/C operating and display unit
- Seat systems
- Overview of versions
- Inspection and maintenance
- Self-study programs
- Knowledge assessment