When the market trend of automotive industry is revolving around the utility crossovers and SUVs, only a brand like Audi could dare to release yet another model of the old style coupe and be successful in its attempt to revive the market of this car type. Yes, of course we are talking about the 2020 edition of Audi TT that has now got many more desirable attributes to allure a greater segment of buyers who could have otherwise gone for a luxury crossover, commented an experienced sales staff at a famous Audi car dealership near Bakersfield.

The outer skin of the 2020 Audi TT bespeaks the grandeur of the coupe style that neither has shredded off the nostalgic swing nor has compromised the modern day state-of-the-art aerodynamic structure. As a result we get to enjoy a car that accumulates the virtues of both the times in a single frame of aesthetic combination.

The interior cabin of the 2020 Audi TT continues the nostalgic flow of an ideal coupe even after  incorporating Audi’s own connectivity tech, that includes an all-digital gauge of infotainment display while the seats both at the front and rear are spacious enough to hold a family if four without a hassle. The hatchback versions of the 2020 Audi TT will also give you plenty of cargo room behind the rear seats making it take a serious turn towards utilitarianism.

Other interior features count Audi’s own virtual cockpit system, while the drivers get the advantage of driving with the help of keyless entry/push-button and start front and rear parking sensors, that eases out the parking efforts in  a tightly allotted space.

Every 2020 edition of Audi TT will offer you a cabin that is wrapped in a combination of Alcantara and leather upholstery and heated front seats.

Engine Capacities and Configurations

As Audi ha yet not announced the powertrain figures for the 2020 model year of the coupe series TT, experts expect to see the same 2.0-liter engine that was there last year under the hood of this new edition of the TT series. So you’ll have a 288 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of torque at your disposal to handle the roads, and with all four wheels. With this system enabled in your 2020 Audi TT model, you get only 4.4-second to manage a speed of 60 mph from a dead stop. To pass down the engine power to the all four wheels, the 2020 Audi TT will be given a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission paired to its powerful engine.

Will Anything Change Significantly for the Year 2020?

As learned from the experts of the Bakersfield car dealer, for the year 2020 Audi might allow the buyers to order the TT series with a pair of red brake calipers which will come as a standalone option while they also expect a new color to join the existing color palette, which will most probably wear the nickname Pulse Orange.

Rumors say that the TT name itself might get replaced with a new title, but Audi is still maintaining its silence on this matter.