Tiptronic

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Tiptronic

(tɪpˈtrɒnɪk) or

tiptronic

n
(Automotive Engineering) trademark a type of gearbox that has both automatic and manual options
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9-litre V6 TFSI(r) biturbo engine, coupled with an eight-speed Tiptronic transmission.
9 TFSI biturbo is supplied to the permanent allwheel drive via an eight-speed tiptronic transmission with optimised ratios.
The other big plus factor on the SQ5 is the well-proven VAG made eight-speed tiptronic transmission where the lower gears have ideal short ratios leaving the upper gears longer to help save on fuel.
5-liter four-cylinder DOHC mill that's good for 178-horsepower, and comes fitted with six-speed Tiptronic transmission.
The driver can also modulate the function of the steering, engine and sound management, tiptronic transmission and the sport differential.
0-litre TFSI V6 motor that produces 350bhp and drives through an 8-speed tiptronic transmission to the wheels via Audi's famous Quattro system.
As always, driving is most fun when you are actually doing it yourself, and so flicking the gear stick into manual mode allows you to take advantage of the eight-speed tiptronic transmission, adjustable by the comfortable paddles behind the steering wheel.
0 liter engine and a six-speed Tiptronic transmission, combine for an excellent balance of agility and functionality.
WORDS: Audi RS7 Sportback PRICE: PS83,495 MECHANICAL: 560PS, 3,993cc V8 twin turbo petrol engine driving four wheels via eight-speed tiptronic transmission MAX SPEED: 155mph 0-62MPH: 3.
FAST FACTS Audi RS7 Sportback Price: PS83,495 Mechanical: 560PS, 3,993cc V8 twin turbo petrol engine driving four wheels via eightspeed tiptronic transmission Max speed: 155mph 0-62mph: 3.
But the RS 7, which includes as standard equipment Audi's quattro all-wheel drive system, eight-speed Tiptronic transmission, paddle shifters, sunroof, power tailgate, four-zone automatic climate control, navigation system, handwriting-recognition technology, 12-way, power front seats and full light-emitting diode headlamps, also is Audi's answer to some heady four- and five-door luxury-sport competition from Germany.