Audi of Australia has announced the introduction of the range-topping TT variant, unhealthy the TT S, locally.
The model is available in coupe and roadster versions and for the solid roof model, Audi is asking 99,900 AUD, plus the on-road costs, while the drop-top is 4,000 AUD more expensive. Standard features found on the sporty ride include the 19-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, daytime running lights, keyless entry and start, digital radio, sat-nav, 12.4-inch Virtual Cockpit driver interface screen, 9-speaker sound system, Bluetooth, Alcantara / leather trim seating, electrically adjustable driver and front passenger seats, leather seats with heat retention reduction, automatic climate control, auto-dimming rearview mirror, electrically extending wind deflector on the roadster, active lane assist, cruise control, front and rear parking sensors with rearview camera and more.
The Assistance Package will be setting its future customers back for 1,900 AUD and it will be adding the blind spot monitoring, park assistance, heated side mirrors and high-beam assist. The S Performance Package costs 6,300-7,600 AUD and it adds the fine Nappa leather, LED Matrix headlights, Bang & Olufsen sound system, leather package on the roadster, privacy glass on the coupe, 19-inch wheels on the roadster and 20-inch wheels on the coupe. The Vegas Yellow special paint finish costs 700 AUD, the metallic / pearl paint is 1,400 AUD, the Audi Matrix LED headlights cost 1,900 AUD, the fine Nappa leather can be yours from 1,400 AUD, the leather pack is 800 AUD and the Digital television, on the coupe, costs 2,050 AUD. Power is coming from a 2.0l four-cylinder turbo petrol engine, rated at 210 kW and 380 Nm of torque.