Of course... The Audi TT had to be in our catalogue!

For the first time ever, we are proud to release the 3.2 version with it's different bumpers and spoiler! Your expert eyes will also notice in the interior that we produced the DSG gearbox version.

The TT is a 2 door sports car manufactured by Audi since 1998 until nowadays. Currently in its 3rd generation, DNA Collectibles decided to reproduce the Mk1 version which was sold between 1998 and 2006.

Also denominated as Type 8N, the Mk1 Audi TT 3.2 is the first generation of the car. Officially launched in the coupé version in September 1998, the roadster came right after in August 1999. The TT Mk1 is based on Group A4 Volkswagen platform, the same used for the VW Golf Mk4 (amoung others like Audi A3 and Škoda Octavia).

The 3.2 version with its big VR6 motor appeared in 2003.

Nominated for the North American Car of the year reward in 2000, the Audi TT passed by difficult time between 1998 and early 2000 because of a series of accidents involving the speed and the roadholding... But after a recall of the cars and some improvements, the Audi TT definitely took over the market.

    This Audi TT 3.2 will be stunning in your collection in this really bright Orange Papaye!

     

    Of course... The Audi TT had to be in our catalogue!

    For the first time ever, we are proud to release the 3.2 version with it's different bumpers and spoiler! Your expert eyes will also notice in the interior that we produced the DSG gearbox version.

    The TT is a 2 door sports car manufactured by Audi since 1998 until nowadays. Currently in its 3rd generation, DNA Collectibles decided to reproduce the Mk1 version which was sold between 1998 and 2006.

    Also denominated as Type 8N, the Mk1 Audi TT 3.2 is the first generation of the car. Officially launched in the coupé version in September 1998, the roadster came right after in August 1999. The TT Mk1 is based on Group A4 Volkswagen platform, the same used for the VW Golf Mk4 (amoung others like Audi A3 and Škoda Octavia).

    The 3.2 version with its big VR6 motor appeared in 2003.

    Nominated for the North American Car of the year reward in 2000, the Audi TT passed by difficult time between 1998 and early 2000 because of a series of accidents involving the speed and the roadholding... But after a recall of the cars and some improvements, the Audi TT definitely took over the market.

      This Audi TT 3.2 will be stunning in your collection in this really bright Orange Papaye!

       

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