The fixed rear wing quickly recognizes the new Competition Plus design of the Audi TTS, but if you look for more introductory features, the LED headlights, the Audi logo above the thresholds, the red calipers and the black 20-inch wheels also help. The windows were darkened, that particular wing, but also the four-ring Audi logo.

The passenger compartment features a virtual instrument cluster, exclusive leather upholstery, carbon-patterned inserts, red or blue painted air intakes, Alcantara toggle switch, leather / Alcantara steering wheel with center position indicator and color-coded floor mats.

What doesn’t change is the powertrain: the 320-horsepower, 400 Nm-torque turbo engine accelerates the coupe to 100 km / h in 4.5 seconds (the roadster takes three tenths longer to practice), and the top speed is limited to 250 km / h. Standard equipment includes a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, all-wheel drive and adaptive damping.

In parallel with the Competition Plus, a new limited edition will be available in the TT and TTS range: bronze-inspired interior details, wheels and an Audi logo on the side, worthy of the Bronze Selection. In addition to the aluminum interior elements, a chrome double exhaust end and a glossy black or matt dark gray grille set the car apart from field models.