New Audi TT and TT Roadster S Line Competition: complete guide

Audi has released details and photos of its upcoming TT and Roadster S Line Competition models. These suitably sporty looking cars take the standard TT’s angular styling and add a bunch of racy cosmetic modifications inspired by the recently released TT RS.

A potent 230hp engine combined with stiffer suspension should make sure these new versions feel noticeably more sporty than their standard TT siblings. Read on for full details…

These models come fitted with the same sporty bumpers as the TTS but, thanks to new lowered suspension and a sprinkling of black-painted trim pieces, they take on a more aggressive appearance. The mirror housings, new fixed rear wing and 19-inch alloy wheels are all offered in a contrasting black finish while the brake callipers have been treated to a lick of bright red paint.

Customers will be able to choose from either front-wheel drive versions with a six-speed manual gearbox or a model fitted with quattro four-wheel drive and an automatic twin-clutch gearbox.

The TT S Line Competition’s cabin will be treated to a pair of upgraded sports seats with optional pneumatic bolsters to help hold you in place when cornering quickly. Bright grey stitching and brushed aluminium inlays are scattered throughout the leather and Alcantara-trimmed interior.

As with the standard TT, Audi’s Virtual Cockpit system is fitted as standard to all S Line Competition models. It is, however, offered with an exclusive ‘Sport’ mode that displays a large central rev counter with built-in speed readout in place of a conventional dual-instrument display.

New Audi TT S Line Competition price and release date

The new TT S Line Competition will go on sale in late Autumn 2016. Audi is yet to confirm UK prices but we expect Coupe models to cost from £36,000 – Roadster versions could set you back closer to £38,000, however.

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