If you fell a sports coupe is not overly sporty, cheap in the case of the Audi TT there’s a solution – go for the S Line Competition and the Ingolstadt-based house will treat you to the coupe or roadster, order in either FWD or the quattro flavor.
The third-generation Audi TT has already clocked a few years under the odometer, so the automaker has decided to entice the audience with a new mod – since it’s too early in the game for a mid life-cycle facelift. Now both body lines have been spiced up by the engineers and designers with the S Line Competition pack. It has a slew of visual upgrades, including glossy black finish applied onto the corporate singleframe grille, front blade, as well as on the side mirror caps and at the back on the diffuser insert. The most obvious change is, though, the prominent rear wing, designed to “radiate sports appeal,” according to Audi.
The TT in S Line Competition trim will feature glossy black 19-inch shod in 245/35 tires, a new suspension setup that takes both models closer to the road by 0.4 inches (10 millimeters) and a standard drive select system or red painted brake calipers. The exterior finish colors include tango red, nano gray, glacier white, and the new ara blue. Inside there’s bespoke contrast stitching on the leather and Alcantara on the S sport seats, the leather-wrapped, flat-bottomed steering wheel, and on the door panels.