Al Nabooda Automobiles unveils Audi TT in Dubai

April 1, 2015 10:39 am

Al Nabooda Automobiles reveals the eagerly awaited Audi TT to its customers at Sheikh Zayed Road showroom

Al Nabooda Automobiles has revealed the eagerly awaited all-new Audi TT at its Sheikh Zayed Road showroom in Dubai. This iconic sports car, now in its third generation, has returned to the motoring market with a pedigree that fits Audi’s sporting heritage more than ever before.

The designers of the new TT have reinterpreted the award winning lines of the original TT from 1998, and enriched it by adding an array of dynamic elements to enhance the sporty character of the car.

New electronic innovations include the Audi virtual cockpit, which replaces the analog instruments and the MM monitor in the new TT. It now comprises a fully digital instrument cluster with versatile graphics and a highly detailed display.

Mr. K. Rajaram, CEO, Al Nabooda Automobiles LLC, the sole distributor for Audi in Dubai and the Northern Emirates said: “The Audi TT is synonymous with a genuine design icon and top performance machine and this new generation enables Audi to bring the technology even more to life for drivers – just as they would expect from a sports car. The TT is a dynamic performer, offering pure driving pleasure and is an ideal companion for the roads of Dubai and the Northern Emirates. I am confident our customers are going to welcome the new TT and appreciate the true power it can deliver.”

With prices starting from Dhs195,000, the new TT comes complete with three years or 45,000km service package and three year warranty with 24-hour roadside assistance.

The official distributor for Audi in Dubai and the Northern Emirates, Al Nabooda Automobiles also displayed its growing portfolio of luxury cars at the launch event in its showroom to communicate the full range of personalization options available when buying a new Audi.


AMEinfo Staff
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