In the TT Roadster Sport and TT Roadster S-Line, Audi has launched the model in the Pacific country recently.
For the 2016 Audi TT Roadster Sport, customers living in Australia will have to pay at least 81,500 AUD, plus on-road costs, while for the TT Roadster S-Line, the price has been set from 89,000 AUD. The carmaker says that despite the added 8,000 AUD value, the pricing for the entry-level model has remained the same as the one of the current version. Some of the goodies found on it include the 18-inch alloy wheels, front and rear parking sensors, bi-xenon headlights with LED DRLs, wind deflector, proximity sensing key with keyless start and entry, cruise control and so on.
The model is also adding the automatic climate control with two modes, for the roof on and roof off, the leather seats with electrical adjustment and heater, Alcantar / leather trim seating, Bluetooth, Audi music interface, 12.4-inch Virtual Cockpit driver interface system, sat-nav, eight-speaker sound system and more. The TT Roadster S-Line is adding the 19-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights and LED taillights, S-Line steering wheel, rear diffuser and bumpers, S-Line sport seats, pneumatic adjustment of the backrest side bolsters, improved sound system with 9 speakers and 2 subwoofers, digital radio, colored interior elements with brushed aluminum and others. There are a number of options too, like the Assistance Package (1,692 AUD), the Audi Matrix LED headlights (3,385 AUD / 1,462 AUD), Magnetic Ride Control (1,731 AUD), Bang and Olufsen sound system (1,346 AUD / 923 AUD) and metallic paint (1,077 AUD).