Twenty years after the original Audi TT came on the market, and the compact roadster still looks fresh and strong.
In 2018, Audi introduced the stronger and faster than before TTS convertible. The exterior has been changed discreetly and brought a new three-dimensional Singleframe radiator grille design with the TTS logo on it, and larger side air inlets.
The TTS Roadster received further upgrades with a new full-length front splitter flanked by vertical inlets, exclusive side sills with inserts and, at the rear, vertical air inlets with horizontal fins below the rear lights and a different diffuser. The rear-view mirror cases are painted in silver for the TTS Roadster. The Audi TTS competition special model adds a sporty touch-with LED headlights, Audi rings laminated on the side sills, a fixed rear wing, brake calipers painted red, 20-inch wheels in high-gloss black and other exterior details in gloss black.
Inside, the driver has the Audi Virtual Cockpit, which featured an additional sport display, providing information on engine output, torque and g forces. The TTS version has its specific display menu, unavailable for the other TT models. Inside the air-vents from the central part of the dashboard, the designers installed displays for temperature, air-flow, and fan speed. A nice space-saving method.
The TTS features the quattro all-wheel-drive system from Audi and it has a lowered suspension by 10 mm (0.4”) compared to the rest of the TT range. It also features the Audi magnetic ride adaptive damper control,