Second-gen model tweaked and receives new Competition and Carbon packages as Audi prepares to send it off on a high.
Fresh from unveiling the third-generation Audi TT at Geneva, the German carmaker has revealed what's in store for the current-gen 2015 TT and TTS coupe and roadster models. Exterior enhancements include a new single-frame grille and LED DRLs, but buyers will more interested in the new packages Audi has introduced for the sports cars. The 2015 TT comes with a 'S line plus carbon package,' which adds five-spoke Dynamic alloys, aerodynamic add-ons and carbon-fiber trim.
The more potent TTS is being rolled out with an optional Competition Package that includes an Imola Yellow or Nimbus Grey exterior, a fixed rear spoiler, special five-spoke Rotor alloys, and Baseball Optic leather seats with yellow accents and contrast stitching. The interior of both models also features a flat-bottomed steering wheel, heated/12-way power front seats, and optional Bose sound system. Otherwise, the Audi TT MkII models carry over unchanged with a 2.0-liter turbo-four rated at 211 hp in the TT and 265 hp in the TTS, mated to a six-speed S tronic dual-clutch and quattro all-wheel-drive.