The new Audi TT Sportback concept is based on the TT but has five doors, a longer wheelbase and a 400PS version of the 2.0-litre TFSI engine capable of 40mpg.
The 400PS output delivered by the Audi TT Sportback concept flows through a seven-speed S tronic twin-clutch transmission to the quattro permanent all‑wheel drive system, helping with a 0 to 62mph sprint time of just 3.9 seconds, yet it can also manage up to 40.3mpg. This equates to CO2 emissions of 162 grams per kilometre.
Power is delivered to the road via quattro permanent all‑wheel drive. For optimal weight distribution, the hydraulically actuated and electronically controlled multi-plate clutch is located on the rear axle. The quattro drive actively controls the distribution of torque between the axles in milliseconds.
With its composite concept, the body represents the latest evolution of the Audi Space Frame (ASF).
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