Born at a time when small sports cars were still in fashion, the Audi TT has largely flown under the radar of the tidal wave of crossovers and other SUVs. Now, under its third generation at the end of its career, here it is still improving, especially in terms of looks.
For the new 2021 vintage, the TT Coupé and Roadster have received a new line of equipment, available to order on the market from 47,316.30 euros for the Coupé or 49,655.80 euros for the Roadster, with the 45 TFSI engine. .
For the occasion, Audi is launching the new “S line Competition Plus” finish, which gives additional sporting elements to the exterior and a touch of luxury to the interior. This new trim level equips the TT with the classic S line exterior package to which it adds a touch of sportiness via a few black painted elements and a fixed spoiler at the rear. The brand aux Anneaux also offers “turbo blue”, “tango red”, “glacier white” or “chrono gray” paint, the latter being a new color.
Sportier look and engine tuning
Add to that a set of 19-inch black alloy wheels (20-inchs are optional) and red brake calipers. To ensure that this aesthetic touch of sportiness does not stain the board, Audi has also equipped its TT S Line Competition Plus with a sports suspension system that lowers the car by 10 mm.
The interior also receives some improvements with sport seats more in leather and Alcantara or in Nappa Leather with embossed S inscriptions and colored stitching.
Audi offers the new TT S Line Competition Plus with the 45 TSFI block of 245 horsepower and 370 Nm of maximum torque combined with a seven-speed S tronic gearbox. By the way, the German firm took the opportunity to update this block and allow it to meet Euro 6 emissions standards.