The Audi TT just got a makeover in disguise of new package, Audi launched the new “S line competition plus” for the TT which makes it meaner and cooler.

The new line will be sportier than the “Regular” TT but there is nothing regular about a TT, The exterior is heavily finished in gloss black with fixed rear wing and chunkier tires also the interior screams Sporty with heavy use of alcantara and leather with opposing stitching. The variants equipped with quattro all wheel drive will be available to order in the first quarter of 2021.

The exterior of The S line Package gets sportier bumpers, radiator protective grille, the side air inlets, the sill trims and the diffuser insert at the rear with a distinctive style. The black styling package adds to the progressive appearance with attachments in high-gloss black: The Single frame, air inlets, exterior mirrors, sill trim strips, diffuser insert and a fixed rear wing all look particularly sporty with their dark finish.  The Audi rings and the exhaust tailpipes also have a black painted finish. With the Roadster, a black hood and a high-gloss black roll-over bar cover complete the look, while dark privacy glazing in the rear is available for the Coupé.

The Exterior has to offer more than this with 19-inch of wheels and 20-inch as an option with 10 Y spoke design  should make the car stick to the road like glue to paper also they do another important task of giving the car more character with its mean red brake calipers behind black glossy wheels, it also comes with dynamic damper tuning lowers the body by 10 mm (0.4 in) and underscores the sporty appearance. On request, LED headlights illuminate the road. In addition to the turbo blue solid paint finish, the customer can choose from the metallic colors tango red, glacier white and chronos gray, which is available for the TT for the first time. Regardless of the paint finish, the Audi rings behind the door are presented in black foil.

This was just exterior it gets crazier inside with alcantara and leather seats as well as full Nappa leather seats as an option with Embossed S logos in the integrated head restraints and contrasting stitching in express red or ara blue add accents. Elements such as the rings inside the air vents or the trim on the center tunnel are available in tango red (exclusively for the Coupé), turbo blue or slate gray. The lower part of the tunnel and parts of the door trims are upholstered in leather that is further enhanced by contrasting stitching. Thanks to a combination of leather and Alcantara, the flat-bottomed steering wheel sits particularly well in the driver’s hands. Contrasting stitching and a center mark of contrasting color create additional visual highlights in the driver-oriented cockpit.

The driver looks at the standard 12.3-inch Audi virtual cockpit with variably adjustable display modes for driving and infotainment content. The instrument panel exhibits an engineered grain that was previously reserved for the Audi TTS 3 . The inlays are made of matt brushed aluminum or alternatively of carbon. An Alcantara cover with S rhombus makes the gear lever knob of the S tronic particularly sophisticated, while the gear gaiter is made from leather.

All this craziness comes with the power of 45 TSFI engine mated to a 7-Speed S-Tronic gearbox producing around 245 PS of power also the engine meets norms for EURO 6 emission norms, this car will be available to order from October in German markets and deliveries will begin in December. It comes with a huge price tag of €47,316.30 (Rs. 41 lakh) for Coupé and €49,655.80 (Rs. 43 lakh) for the roadster.

This car is again for the enthusiasts and the people who can afford it with the new package line the car an be said is being resurrected for good.

Parth Solanki

Parth Solanki

My name is Parth Solanki and I have loved cars from the time when I was 5 when my dad took me to a car dealership and since then I have been in love with them. Favourite Car: Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Quote: "Speed has never killed anyone, suddenly becoming stationary… that’s what gets you" - Jeremy Clarkson