The first Audi sold exclusively online is Audi TT Quantum Gray Edition. This is a limited series model, which can be purchased from June 5 only on the e-commerce platform of Audi's website, a section that the manufacturer will extend, from April 2020 to all models in the range.
A model that is undoubtedly iconic, designed for a young target and therefore particularly suitable for online sales, but which is currently not doing so well, in fact, Audi would not have scheduled an heir for his compact coupe, which could be replaced by an electric car model.
Online sales mean the entire purchasing process: from the configuration to the estimates, up to the request and approval of the financial solutions. Interested customers can rely on the advice of Audi Live Consultation, a human assistant available to support the configuration and purchase process. It should, however, be emphasized that e-commerce platform will not lead to the disappearance of physical dealers, who will continue to play a fundamental role for Audi.
The car is delivered to your home, as long as it is within the borders of Germany. At a price of 62.305 euros available to all markets within the European Economic and Monetary Union.
For deliveries in other countries of the European Union, the price includes a deposit of that 19%, although after each customer must legalize the vehicle in the country of destination and pay for their own account the corresponding taxes. So, at the moment, it does not seem a very comfortable formula for any client residing outside of Germany.
Audi TT Quantum Gray Edition is limited to 99 units.
45 TFSI quattro S tronic
Output: 180(245) kW(hp)
Combined fuel consumption*: 7.0 l/100 km (33.6 US mpg)
Combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 161 (259.1 g/m)