The Audi TTS is defined by the way the flowing arc of its roofline fuses effortlessly with the smooth hood, strong shoulders and muscular fenders. A sports coupe in the truest sense, several sytling and exterior choices such as the available Competition package shown, can help you make it your own style icon.
The lap — and mind —
The standard Audi virtual cockpit can make for a highly elevated driving experience. Set in a fully digital 12.3-inch instrument display, the Audi virtual cockpit allows you to customize information such as the available MMI® Navigation plus and audio settings, as well as access Google Earth™ imagery. The Audi virtual cockpit on the TTS offers classic, infotainment and sport modes for customized, streamlined use.
Specification may vary.
You can connect your Audi to your world with available Audi connect®, an intuitive system that integrates sought-after information like Google Earth™ imagery, weather conditions and traffic information. The Technology package includes a complimentary six-month trial subscription to Audi connect® and a Wi-Fi hotspot for passengers. Combined with in-vehicle 4G LTE connectivity, getting connected has never been easier.
Starting at $54,500
- quattro® all-wheel drive
- Audi magnetic ride
- Audi virtual cockpit with Sport mode
- Audi phone box (wireless charging and signal booster)
- 19" 5-spoke-blade design wheels with 245/35 summer performance tires
- TTS exterior appearance—front/rear bumpers, side sills and rear diffuser
- Matte Brushed Aluminum inlays
- Leather/Alcantara® seating surfaces with contrast diamond stitching and S embossing
- Twelve-way power front S sport seats, including four-way power lumbar adjustment and pneumatic side bolsters for driver and passenger
Horsepower (@ rpm)
Torque (lb-ft @ rpm)
Seven-speed S tronic® dual-clutch transmission and quattro® all-wheel drive
Acceleration (0—60 mph)
Top track speed electronically limited in the U.S. Always obey speed and traffic laws.
EPA estimates. Your mileage and emissions will vary and depend on several factors, including your driving habits and vehicle condition. See www.fueleconomy.gov for details.
Never drive until the tank is completely empty. The irregular supply of fuel that results from that can cause engine misfires. Uncombusted fuel will then enter the exhaust system. This can cause overheating and damage to the catalytic converter.