A longer, wider Audi TT debuts in Berlin, seven years after the original went on sale in the U.S. With a new powertrain, the TT is claimed to have a top speed of 150 mph (241 km/h) with a 200-hp direct-injected gasoline 2L 4-cyl. engine and 155 mph (249 km/h) with a 3.2L V-6. Audi of America Inc. intends to introduce the new TT in U.S. dealerships in April 2007 as an ’08 model. The 2+2 TT coupe will go on sale first, and a roadster version should hit the U.S. two to three months later. ...

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