Audi announces changes in TT and TTS in the United States

Audi announces changes in TT and TTS in the United States

The 2015 version of the TT and TTS models, in the United States, will have two new accessory packages, according to Audi announced this week. The TT will, under the name "S line plus carbon" wheels with new design, plus aerodynamic parts in carbon fiber, available both as coupe version for the roadster.

Already the most powerful TTS, the "Competition Package" will bring two new color options, Imola Yellow and gray Nimbus, a fixed rear wing, new wheels with a silver tone and leather seats with details in the painting chosen. Car prices were not disclosed.

The 2015 Audi TT 2.0 turbo engine will have four-cylinder with 214 horsepower and 35.67 lb-ft of torque, while the TTS with the same engine has 268 horsepower and 35.67 lb-ft of torque also. Both versions have six-speed S tronic dual-clutch transmission and quattro four-wheel drive system.

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