The sports version of the Audi 100 was sold between 1969 and 1976 as the Audi 100 Coupe S. The name Audi Coup was reserved for the Audi 80 variants, though. It featured a fastback body design featuring a small hatch, flat windscreen and side windows. Tall tail light units in a black surround also gave the Audi Coup its distinctive, powerful look. Two further series of this Coupe model were produced between 1980 and 1996 including the Audi Coup GT, a 2-door sports car and the Audi Coupe Quattro four wheel drive. More recently the luxury Audi TT Coup has been making car enthusiasts sit up and take notice of this impressive Audi Coupe line.
The current Audi TT Coup (2007/2008) benefits from impressive strong looking aerodynamic lines, race car engineering, Quattro all wheel drive and S tronic automatic transmission technology. The sport credentials are followed up by the 3-spoke flat-bottom leather steering wheel and aluminium interior details, front
Sports seats, climate control and a rear spoiler - which automatically extends when the car reaches 74 mph. The 3.2 quattro model will manage
155mph, creating 250PS as well as 0-62mph in 5.7 seconds.
Audi TT Coupe 2007/2008 standard safety and security features includeAnti-Slip Regulation (ASR) traction control,Electronic Differential Lock (EDL) traction control, Electronic Stability Programme (ESP), Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), tool kit and car jack and tyre mobility system. Also, anti-theft device (Thatcham Category 1 approved) and driver and front passenger airbags and side airbags for front seats. Drivers Information System (DIS), first-aid kit, warning triangle, locking wheel bolts, front ISOFIX and front passenger airbag deactivation switch are also part of the set up. Comes with Servotronic electro-mechanical speed-sensitive power assisted steering.
Audi TT Coupe is provided with 17 x 8J Trapez design alloy wheels with 225/50 R17 W tyres. Interior includes3-spoke Sports flat-bottom design leather steering wheel, aluminium laser interior detailing. Other features are electronic climate control, front floor mats, fully automatic electrically-operated soft top which opens in 12 seconds, with integrated wind deflector (Roadster only), black leather handbrake grip, centre console armrest pad, and door handle, split-folding rear seat, leather/Alcantara upholstery.Front sports seats also add to the comfort as does theConcert audio system MP3 file-compatible - CD player and radio with 9 loud speakers (140 Watt)and 5-channel amplifier including aux-in socket
Further Audi TT Coupe specification includes electrically operated and heated door mirrors, electric front windows, front and rear fog lights, halogen headlights plus retractable rear spoiler, which deploys and retracts automatically at set speeds or with the centre console button.
The sports version of the Audi 100 was sold between 1969 and 1976 as the Audi 100 Coupe S although the name Audi Coupe was reserved for the Audi 80. Two further series of this model were produced between 1980 and 1996. The Audi Coup first series used the four-cylinder engine under the bonnet of the Coup S with a displacement of between 1.6 and 1.9 litres. 1969 saw the premiere of the Audi 100 Coupe S. This coupe version of the Audi 100 was first seen at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Landmark details included its fastback body style from the regular Audi 100 saloon and wider tyres, variable-height steering wheel, ventilated front brake discs and upgraded interior equipment/trim. A four-cylinder inline engine, 1.871 cc, 84 kW/115 bhp, two-carburettor versionAudi 100 Coup S formed the performance details of the first series-production version. A four-cylinder inline engineAudi 100 Coup S was the facelifted version with new side panels and modified wheels. [/B]It provided 1.871 cc, 82 kW/112 bhp. Audi brought out the [B]second series of the Audi Coup in 1980. It was built on the platform of the Audi 80 Type 81 developed in 1978.