Sales of the new TT* Roadster and TTS Roadster* have already begun in Germany. Deliveries are scheduled to begin at the end of March 2015. The base price for the 2.0 TFSI is 37,900 euros; the 2.0 TDI lists for 38,700 euros and the TTS Roadster for 52,300 euros.
The list of standard features is generous. Four airbags and the integral head restraint system mitigate the consequences of an accident. The sport seats with integrated head restraints, an ISOFIX anchor point on the passenger seat, the Audi virtual cockpit, the MMI radio with MP3-capable CD player, the xenon plus headlights, the multifunction steering wheel, the progressive steering, the electromechanical parking brake, the start-stop switch and the 17-inch wheels document the high-tech status of the open-topped two-seater.
The range of optional equipment is also extensive. Besides the options already named above, the convenience key, the high-beam assist, the lighting package, the storage and luggage compartment package and the through-loading facility with ski/snowboard bag are worthy of mention. Sporty individualists can choose from the S line exterior package, the S line sport package and the Audi design selection admiral blue.
The driver assistance systems for the new Audi TT Roadster and TTS Roadster are also state of the art. Audi side assist uses radar to check behind the car to help drivers change lanes more safely. Audi active lane assist, standard on models with TFSI engines, uses slight steering interventions to keep the open-topped two-seater in its lane; the park assist with display of surroundings guides it autonomously into and out of parking spaces. Another optional system is the camera-based traffic sign recognition. The attention assist and the multicollision brake assist system are standard.
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.