I second that. The airbag is the only thing that makes me not wanting the RS4 wheel. Since the MK II TT is based on the MK V Golf and MKII A3, chances are not that bad that it may acutally work.NSX JR said:I love that steering wheel... especially the ROUND airbag!!!
what do you mean by that? are you just refering to the B7 2 stage airbag vs the B6 1 stage?AudiA4B6US said:The airbag is the only thing that makes me not wanting the RS4 wheel. Since the MK II TT is based on the MK V Golf and MKII A3, chances are not that bad that it may acutally work.
Yes. Just a guess and I don't know what kind of airbag the A3 has or TT MK II will get. But I definitely don't won't the B7 airbag. So if the TT airbag is a single stage airbag, that wouldmake it easier I think.AvantÃ©ix said:what do you mean by that? are you just refering to the B7 2 stage airbag vs the B6 1 stage?
â€œWill the TT get the flat-bottomed steering wheel?â€
Itâ€™s a little detailâ€¦ we know. However, the lack of flat-bottomed wheel in the RS 4 has caused all sorts of commentary on message boards across the Internet, so TT loyalists were immediately concerned that the arguably even more handsome wheel in the TT Coupe might not make the cut for the USA.
Fear not. We have it on good word that the wheel is a definite for America and beyond. The TT will sell in much greater numbers than the RS 4. So, in the case of the TT, economies of scale will work in favor of the new coupe. Federalization of the wheel, expected to be standard, will be a much lower impact on the price of the car.
Thereâ€™s no word on whether the wheel will fit other applications in the Audi lineup, but given the high-degree of parts compatibility in the lineup, weâ€™re sure someone who will be attempting the swap just as soon as the TT goes on sale in Europe.
If at anyones interest, I found this instruction-manual on Audis site for the new BNS 5.0. Unfortunately only in german:MÃ¼tze said:The Navigation is called BNS 5.0 and replaces all small Navigationsystems in our Audis. It just has the Navigationinfo at the DIS, no Map as the RNS-E has.