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Rs. 58 - 60 Lakh
Discontinued Model since 12 Dec 2018

About Audi TT

The Audi TT sportscar is priced in the range of Rs 60.34 - 65.43 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). One of the rare of its kind, the Audi TT is all about the aesthetic pleasure. On the outside, one gets all the signature Audi's traits like slim, high-set LED headlamps, chunky alloy wheels, twin exhausts, and a rear spoiler. The sporty quotient of the car continues inside too although the cabin is not as practical in terms of space and seating option. Under the Hood, the TT is powered by a 2.0-liter TFSI petrol engine putting out a maximum power of 227 bhp along with 370 Newton-metre of rotational force. The engine is coupled with a 6-speed automatic transmission sending the power to the all the four wheels and the TT also offers the convenience of paddle shifters. In the Indian market, Audi TT is directly pitted against the Ford Mustang and BMW Z4 among others.

Audi TT Overview

July 01, 2016 : With GST kicking in, prices of the Audi TT have been revised. The ex-showroom prices have changed across variants.

Mumbai: Audi's sportscar now starts at Rs 63.12 lakh, as opposed to Rs 67.37 lakh pre-GST. That's a reduction of approximately Rs 4.0 lakh.

Delhi: The TT now starts at Rs 63.12 lakh, as opposed to Rs 63.45 lakh pre-GST. That's a reduction of approximately Rs 33,000.

Do note that prices for insurance are marginally higher, as they are taxed at 18 per cent instead of the earlier 15 per cent

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First there was the Audi TT, and now with the BMW Z4's entry we have two of the hottest sports coupes from Germany ready to be lapped up by India. Sopan Sharma and Abhishek Nigam pit the cars against each other, and defend their choices!

December 21, 2009  By Kunal Khadse