New Audi TT Coupe

Nov 22nd, 2006, in Business & Economy, by

Indomobil launches the New Audi TT Coupe in Jakarta.

PT Indomobil Sukses Internasional (Tbk) have launched the "New Audi TT Coupe", fully imported from Germany. Two models are available, the standard model at 800 million rupiah, and the S-Tronic, with dual-clutch gearbox, at 900 million rupiah, for those who have a lot of lazy cash lying around. Colours on offer include brilliant black, phantom black, light silver, sahara silver dan garnet red.

Gunadi Sinduwinata, the president director of PT Indomobil Sukses Internasional Tbk, said on the 23rd that ten New Audi TT Coupe cars had already arrived, with eight of these having already been ordered, so get in fast for the remaining two. Waiting time for any new orders is three months.

New Audi TT Coupe
New Audi TT Coupe.

Indonesia is the first country in ASEAN to see the New Audi TT Coupe sports cars, and, Gunadi said, Indomobil had to fight it out with other countries to get its hands on the Audis.

The New Audi TT Coupe has a 2.0 turbo engine with fuel stratified injection (FSI), which employs petrol direct injection and of course turbo charging. Gunadi says driving the Audi will bring you as close as possible to the experience of driving a Formula One racing car. Speed demons will be left satisfied with the Audi TT being able to reach 100 kilometres per hour in 6.5 seconds and with a top speed of 240 kilometres per hour. Fuel economy is at 7.7 litres per 100 kilometres.

Sport cars in Indonesia are a fairly unusual sight, with only about 150 units having been sold in 2006 to date, 80% of these being of Audi make. Indomobil clearly hopes the New Audi TT Coupe will lead to greater interest in the sports model class among Jakarta's moneyed classes. detik

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8 Comments on “New Audi TT Coupe”

  1. avatar Rock-steady-eddy says:

    As close as possible to driving a F1 racing car? I suppose if you are used to standard Indonesian motorized conveyances might be quick – but a 2 litre TT is far from mindblowing.
    What is mindblowing however is the thought of an Indonesian Tukang trying to sort out a fault with his ODB11 adapter and laptop.

  2. avatar Retarders says:

    My boz drives TT, we called her car “Mini me”.

  3. avatar Rudy Hendra says:

    I think it will be wasteful if we use such car in Indonesia, especially Jakarta.
    There are a lot of Bajaj around, that can scratch your car.
    Traffic jam everyday.
    Where will you get that sport car to?
    You press the gas pedal, and there is bajaj. Brake.
    You press again, there is man crossing the street. Brake.
    Press again? There is traffic light.
    Press again? There is traffic jam.

    And also the road condition are not good for speed.
    Many hole / crack.

    If we use it in rural areas, like Bandung, the road is too small, too narrow, and too short. Can’t speed up.

  4. avatar Yamin says:

    Audi authorized service stations in Jakarta are very, very expensive, e.g. an air condition compressor cost about Rp. 11 million while the price available at other place is only Rp. 3.5 million. Head office should have a strict control about it.

    Also checking condition of car by Audi computer should be free of charge.

  5. avatar Rudy Hendra says:

    Well,
    I don’t know about the price.

    But I personally think that a sport car like Audi is not very suitable for the road in Indonesia, or Jakarta.
    Many traffic jam.
    The sport car cannot utilize its full potential, especially the speed.

    Maybe the car will be better utilized in Sentul area.

  6. avatar Acne says:

    Hi dude , i think is the wonderful post i have ever read,the sport car is awesome and the pictures is terrific but i think this car has bright features in countries like India and south Asia they have better future..But the roads in India were very worst but now they transforming that’s right but you have to make some transformation in the car to accept the roads in the India and Head office should have a strict control about it.Many traffic jam.Thank you allowing me posts in this sit e

  7. avatar kasthuri says:

    This Very much Care And I like the Coloure And Nice Sining

  8. avatar kasthuri says:

    As close as possible to driving a F1 racing car? I suppose if you are used to standard Indonesian motorized conveyances might be quick – but a 2 litre TT is far from mindblowing.
    What is mindblowing however is the thought of an Indonesian Tukang trying to sort out a fault with his ODB11 adapter and laptop

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