Audi Tuning

This Is Vilner`s Inside Take on 1998 Audi TT Roadster

First presented as a concept at the 1995 Frankfurt Motor Show, the first-generation Audi TT emerged in 1998 and was presented as sports car with a daring and revolutionary design. And even if not everybody gave it chance, the model has successfully survived along the years and now gets to enjoy its hall of fame.

Those owing a 1998 Audi TT or TT Roadster and want to add some interior customizations and don’t know where to address to, then the German specialists from Vilner tuning company might provide the best solutions in that matter. Their custom interiors are well-known, particularly on all sorts of Audis.

For around 5,000 Euros or maybe less, you can get a wide variety of interior customizations, like brown and black leather, in perfect contrast with Alcantara stripes on the seats or door panels, adding as well blue seatbelts or blue stitching on the flat-bottomed steering wheel.

More bespoke customizations refer to the non-perforated TT logo on the backrests, soft brown on the central console, opaque leather finish and a couple more.

As for the car`s exterior, the car`s aerodynamic body also allows for further customizations. In this case, another tuner was responsible for giving this 1998 model a fresh look. We could observe the new LED features, slightly revised front and rear bumpers and new alloy wheels.

Performance wise, this Audi TT Roadster stays faithful to its stock 1.8-liter flat-four turbo mill, with a good 177 horsepower and 235 Nm of torque, being sent to the wheels via a five-speed transmission. More details are provided in the media gallery below.


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