Audi TTS Coupe

The Audi TTS is a sports car produced by the German automaker Audi . The car, a sporty version of the Audi TT was in January 2008 at the North American International Auto Show presented in June 2008 and came on the market. The Audi TTS is available as a coupe and as a roadster. The Audi TTS builds stylish by increasing output to 265 hp, with a standard adaptive suspension and adding more aggressive sheet. The changes do not completely transform the coupe in a sports car, although it should prove attractive for those looking for a quick two-door model with a well-appointed cabin and plenty of flair. Audi also offers the Audi TTS Roadster in shape. The Audi TTS wins an optional Competition Package for the latest model year.

Audi TTS Interior

Inside the Audi TTS maintains reputation for finely crafted cabin with a simple but elegant dashboard and quality materials throughout. There is plenty of space to the front, but the rear seats are occasional use units best suited for short limbs. The Audi TTS begins to fall slightly in terms of technology behind the times, waiver Audi connect sophisticated suite and WiFi, Google Earth Navigation system and the real-time localized weather, news and live fuel prices. Audi TTS come with 13.1 cubic feet of trunk is better suited to haul cargo than most coupes. Moreover, the hatchback makes it easy to load bulky items and folding down the rear seats increased storage space to 24.7 cubes. All in all, the Audi TTS practical than you might expect.

Audi TTS Engine

Power comes from a tuned version of the venerable turbocharger and direct 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine of the VW Group. The engine good for 265 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque – compared to the standard TT, the 45 more ponies, but exactly the same amount of torque. The exclusive partner of engine include quattro all-wheel drive Audi and a six-speed dual-clutch transmission. The setup is capable of completing benchmark sprint in just 4.9 seconds.

The Audi TTS  rated fuel the economy at 22 city and 31 highway miles per gallon. The high-tech Audi magnetic ride damper system is standard. In this system, tiny magnetic particles circulate in the oil in the shock absorbers. When voltage is applied to them, to change the damping characteristics within milliseconds. The adaptive system promises enhanced level of ride comfort and handling, even if it does not quite turn the Audi TTS to a performance machine.

Audi TTS Features

The Audi TTS comes standard with heated and electrically adjustable leather / Alcantara sport seats, a 12-speaker, 255-watt AM / FM / CD / Sirius XM Bose sound system with AUX and USB inputs, single-zone climate control, Bluetooth phone connectivity , Xenon headlights with LED daytime running lights, a leather-wrapped, flat bottom multi-function steering wheel with shift paddles, LED interior lights and 18-inch alloy wheels. The Audi TTS options include heated leather sports seats, the navigation system with real-time traffic information, a six-disc CD changer and an ultrasonic parking assist system.

The carbon package brings a front splitter and rear diffuser. The Black Optic package includes exterior trim and 19-inch 15-spoke alloy wheels in titanium finish. Finally, the new Competition Package brings black brake calipers, the fixed rear spoiler, model-specific alloy wheels and leather seats with contrasting stitching. Cars with the Competition Package feature can only be ordered in Imola yellow or gray nimbus.

Audi TTS Safety

Each Audi TTS model is equipped with two front, side and knee airbags, traction and stability control systems and electronic brake pressure distribution.

Audi TTS Competitors

Alternatives to the Audi TTS include the Porsche Cayman and the Alfa Romeo 4C. Buyers can also search for a fully loaded BMW M235i.

Audi TTS Coupe Facelift

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