About the car
The Audi TT is a 2+2 two-door coupe, also available as a roadster. The name TT comes from the NSU Prinz TT model (the NSU brand was acquired by Audi) in 1977. This model name is based on the NSU TT tradition, which means Tourist Trophy of the Isle of Man.
They are powered by a four-cylinder engine with five valves per cylinder, 1.8 20 V turbocharged for 180 horsepower with a top speed of 238 km/h and acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.4 s.
About the Brand
Audi is the 99.55% owner of the Volkswagen Group and is known as a German sports car manufacturer. Headquartered in Ingolstadt, Bavaria, and operating in 55 different countries around the world, Audi is present in most segments of the passenger car market, including the premium sports car segment through its two subsidiaries, Lamborghini, and Audi Sport. In 2012, the firm set a record since its founding in 1909, selling 1,524,635 vehicles, and was ranked as one of the most profitable automakers in the world.
The name of the company is a play on words between “Audi,” which means “to hear” or “to listen” in Latin, and the surname of the founder, August Horch, who founded the company on July 16, 1909.
About the Manufacturer
Minichamps, a German miniature brand based in the city of Aachen, was founded in 1990 under the name Paul’s Model Art, but it was not until 1996 that the company was renamed Minichamps. It offers a wide variety of replicas in different scales, but its Formula 1 cars are predominantly sold in 1/18 or 1/43 scale.
Currently owning models from all the world’s major car manufacturers, as well as several types of racing cars and sports teams, the Minichamps range is known as one of the most extensive in the industry. Offering the widest range of products of any model car manufacturer, in fact Minichamps is a genuine game changer in the industry.