Audi has introduced a new equipment line to the facelifted TT dubbed the S Line Competition Plus.
The trim level, which is available in the TT 45 TFSI, boasts the S Line exterior package with distinctive bumpers, grille, side air inlets, sill trims and rear diffuser, as well as a Black Styling pack with high-gloss black trim on the grille, air inlets, side skirts, side mirror casings, diffuser and fixed rear wing.
Moreover, in this trim level the exhaust pipes have a black paint finish and the logos sport a similar look, contrasting the paint finishes, such as the Tango Red, Glacier White, Turbo Blue and Chronos Gray, which is available for the TT in a premiere, alongside the red brake calipers. The compact sports car rides on 19-inch wheels with a glossy black finish.
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Based on the S Line Sport Package, the TT S Line Competition Plus features black leather and Alcantara upholstery inside, with embossed ‘S’ logos in the backrests of the front sports seats, blue or red contrast stitching and Turbo Blue, Slate Gray or Tango Red (Coupe only) trim.
The 12.3-inch Audi Virtual Cockpit is offered as standard, and the instrument panel brings an engineered grain with matte brushed aluminum or carbon inlays that were previously reserved for the TTS.
Several options can be ordered for this version of the TT, including 20-inch wheels, LED headlights and Nappa leather.
The car is also offered with the S Line sport suspension, which lowers the body by 10 mm (0.4 in). Power comes from a turbocharged 2.0-liter TFSI four, which produces 245 PS (242 HP / 180 kW) and 370 Nm (273 lb-ft) of torque, is matched to the seven-speed S tronic transmission and meets the Euro 6 emission standard.
For now, the TT S Line Competition Plus is offered solely with front-wheel drive, in the Coupe and Roadster body styles, with the quattro all-wheel drive models set to launch in the first quarter of 2021.
It will go on sale this month in Germany, priced from €47,316.30 ($55,635) for the Coupe and €49,655.80 ($58,385) for the Roadster, while deliveries will commence in December