JE DESIGN proudly presents the newly improved TT on the market that comes with a great new package of options, such as 20" wheels, improved breaks, 4 pipes exhaust made out of stainless steel, not to mention the improvements of the motor and suspensions.
The new turbo gasoline engine has 180 KW/244HP at 5100 RPM, and 355 Nm compared to the 280 Nm previously produced. The new TT reaches 247 km/h, with a better acceleration as well (within 6 seconds TT reaches 100).
The new TT centre of gravity is 30 mm downwards relocated with the sport springs (available for both front wheel and Quattro versions) and an adjustable coilover suspension, both of them created for a better driving performance.
As for the brakes, the new TT can be purchased with a 4-piston sports brake system in size 330x28mm, that helps in better deceleration; apart from that, there is a great list of additional options, such as ventilated brake disks, brake callipers, brackets and added-on parts.
The wheel options are also tempting: forged wheel in 8,5x20" ET 35 or a complete wheel set with tires 245/30R20Y for the 'Super polished'. Another alternative is 10x18" (for 'Visage') or 19" wheels with 245/35R19Y (for 'Multi-spoke' chosen in silver or chrome).
The new TT spoiler is distinctively mounted in 2 front parts, on the left and respectively right parts, connected by a spoiler lip carbon decorated, that brings in a touch of sport. For the back, it has a diffuser-insert in carbon-look that creates, together with the exhaust silencer, a sporty sound for the 3.2 Liter-V6 motor. The diffuser inserts can be colored according or in contrast to the car color.
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