With a single model in the lineup, the pricing of the TTS is relatively simple. The base price of the Audi starts at $60,200. This makes it slightly more affordable than the 718 Cayman ($60,500) and vastly more expensive than the Toyota GR Supra 2.0 ($43,190). The price of the Audi TTS coupe is exclusive of the $1,045 destination fee.
Audi does not make a whole lot of additional packages available for the Audi TTS. Last year's Black Optic package remains and adds Audi Sport five-arm-cutter 20-inch wheels, summer tires, red brake calipers, and gloss black exterior bits for $900. The Competition package adds black Audi Sport ten-Y-spoke alloy wheels with summer tires, gloss-black exterior trim, a fixed gloss-black rear wing, red brake calipers, an Alcantara-trimmed steering wheel, and carbon-fiber interior inlays for $2,200. Finally, the new Bronze package includes bronze five-V-spoke 20-inch wheels with summer tires, gloss-black exterior trim, copper stitching on the Nappa leather, satin-bronze interior highlights, and Aluminum Drift interior inlays for $1,250.
With just one model available, choosing the TTS is really easy. Still, we'd spec it with the Daytona Gray Pearl metallic color for the exterior and the Express Red leather upholstery, resulting in an MSRP of $60,795. Alternatively, the new Bronze package looks really distinctive and will make your TTS stand out from the crowd for a relatively modest outlay that takes the final price of the TTS up to $62,045. This package can only be had with Glacier White, Chronos Gray, or Mythos Black and shows off the bronze wheels to best effect in Mythos Black.