The new TT RS models will be marketed under the label Audi Sport. Prices for the Coupé start at 66,400 euros, and the Roadster is listed at 69,200 euros. Both models offer a generous list of standard equipment, from LED headlights and heated exterior mirrors to RS sport seats with integrated head restraints, RS sport leather steering wheel with multifunction and deluxe automatic air conditioning. Highlights include progressive steering, quattro drive, the Audi drive select dynamic handling system and the Audi virtual cockpit.
The standard parking system plus provides for safe and easy parking. The system informs the driver visually and acoustically and with the aid of guide lines. The list of standard equipment also includes the multicollision brake assist system, which is activated following an accident and prevents the uncontrolled rolling of the TT RS.
Audi active lane assist – another standard feature –activates at approximately 65 km/h (40.4 mph). The system identifies the lane markings on the road surface by means of video camera in the interior mirror. If the car approaches a marking line without indicating, the system uses a gentle nudge of the steering to help the driver steer back into the lane.
The TT RS also offers numerous options: carbon-fiber ceramic brake discs for extremely heavy use, Matrix OLED rear lights, Matrix LED headlights, RS sport suspension plus with adaptive dampers and a wide range of infotainment. Audi can offer the TT RS with optional traffic sign recognition. It compares data with the navigation system to indicate speed limits, auxiliary signs and no-passing zones. The optional Audi side assist helps when changing lanes. Its radar sensors warn drivers via a bright LED light on the respective exterior mirror if a car is in the blind spot or is approaching rapidly from the rear.
The equipment, data and prices specified in this document refer to the model range offered in Germany. Subject to change without notice; errors and omissions excepted.