All versions of the new TT Coupé* come with a generous list of standard equipment. Active and passive safety are served by the rest recommendation, adaptive brake lights in the LED tail lights and the secondary collision brake assist. These are joined in the Audi TT 2.0 TFSI and TTS by Audi active lane assist. Six airbags and the integral head restraint system mitigate the consequences of an accident.
The sport seats with integrated head restraints, the Audi virtual cockpit, Xenon plus headlights, multifunction steering wheel, progressive steering, electromechanical parking brake, the engine start-stop button and the 17-inch lightweight wheels testify to the high-tech standard of the new Audi TT. Another standard feature is the MMI radio. Besides and MP3-capable CD drive, it features two card readers, an Aux-in jack, USB charging and four speakers.
The range of optional equipment is also extensive. Besides the options already mentioned above, these include the convenience key, the high-beam assist (for the xenon plus and LED headlights), the interior lighting package, the storage and luggage compartment package, the ski/snowboard bag, deluxe automatic air conditioning and privacy glass for the back.
The connectivity package supplements the MMI radio. It includes MMI touch, a Bluetooth interface and access to the mobile phone’s voice control system.
Customers with particularly sporting ambitions can further hone their TT with the S line exterior package or the S line sport package. The latter includes 18-inch wheels, the S line sport suspension and S line badges on the front fenders. The black interior is home to sport seats in cloth and leather plus the embossed S logo, inlays in matt brushed aluminum, a special multifunction steering wheel, extended aluminum look and door sill trims with S line logos.
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.