The TT RS is sportily and generously equipped by Audi. Among the highlights of the standard equipment are quattro permanent all-wheel drive, the large 18-inch alloy wheels, the xenon plus headlamps with LED daytime running lights and, in the Roadster, the electrohydraulic top with power wind deflector. The interior is dominated by the leather multifunction sports steering wheel and the sport seats with their leather/Alcantara surfaces. An automatic air conditioning system and concert audio system with CD player are also standard equipment in the German market.
Audi also offers a broad range of convenient optional extras. These include two navigation systems with refined software, a Bose sound system, a parking assistant, a hill-start assistant, cruise control, an interior lighting package with LED lamps and the adaptive light dynamic cornering light system.
Additional features are exclusive to the TT RS, such as the bucket seats with fold-down backrest. They are covered in black Fine Nappa leather with contrasting silver seams. The inserts of the seat side sections and the top center strip of the backrest are perforated in the shape of the letters TT. Audi offers the standard sport seats in Silk Nappa leather with perforated embossing – in either black or silver with contrasting seams and perforated inserts in the center strips and on the seat side sections.
Floor mats with TT RS logos, control elements covered in suede and painted inlays in phantom black or ibis white impart the interior with an even more individual note. The Audi exclusive program from quattro GmbH accommodates the wishes of those who are after that extra-special touch.
Audi is scheduled to begin delivering the TT RS this summer. The Coupé is priced at €55,800 and the Roadster at €58,650.
The equipment, specifications and prices stated herein refer to the model line offered for sale in Germany. Subject to change without notice; errors and omissions excepted.