The Audi TTS brings s-level performance onto the iconic sports car within the whole Audi/vw ag family, and is aimed directly with the segment leading cars from BMW and porsche.
The TTS blends the original bauhaus styling with Audis current modern design theme and advanced technology. The coupes spaceframe is 69% aluminum and 31% steel ( Roadster = 58/42% ), with the vast majority of the steel within the whole rear to offset the burden on your engine and higher balance the car. All ttss are powered by a 265-hp tfsi Turbocharged direct-injected 2. 0-liter four-cylinder mated to the six-speed Automatic s-tronic transmission. The all-wheel drive quattro system has also been customized specifically onto the TTS for faster response time. Unique body treatments, 19-inch wheels and black brake calipers offer the visual differentiation due to tt and safety features embody front, side and knee airbags, tire pressure monitoring, 4-wheel anti-lock brakes and stability management.
For 2014, the bose surround sound system, headlight washers, heated seats and adaptive headlights are added to commonplace equipment.
Exterior 2014 Audi TTS
If you’re not too worried about the competition, the Audi TTSis still a solid sports coupe and Roadster. But in terms of its exterior styling, it’s high time for the next-generation model to finally Show itself.
The look of the current TTSseems stuck in the past. That’s not a surprise, considering that it’s already 8-years old and is definitely on its last legs.
There are still some notable features, like the single-frame grille, the LED lights and the overall swooping dimensions. But it’s still ripe for a change and until the next-generation TTSShows up, there’s no overly significant value to current TTS’ exterior styling.
Interior 2014 Audi TTS
For all the flak the body of the TTSis getting, you can’t take away from the fact that its interior space is still its biggest strength. Whether it’s the use of top-quality materials, like Nappa Leather, or the careful design placement of its navigation system, the balance by which the interior of the car was designed is no accident.
The sporty front seATS of the sports coupe are comfortable and supportive, an important characteristic that Audi wisely paid careful attention to. The rear seATS, though, are an entirely different matter. If you’re a large person, good luck trying to be comfortable folding your legs into the back of the TTS. The best way to treat those rear seATS is to just fold them flat, thus creating more space for the trunk to the tune of almost 24 cubic feet.
Unique to the Roadster is the folding top cloth, which as you can imagine, is a little outdated compared to the retractable hardtops on its competitors. That’s something we can’t do anything about. Just wait for the next-gen model, right?
Performance 2014 Audi TTS
The Audi TTScomes powered by a 2.0-liter inline-four engine that produces a tidy 265 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 258 pound-feet of torque at 2,500 rpm. With those performance numbers in tow, the slightly lighter coupe version can hit 60 mph in just 4.9 seconds with the Roadster version capable of doing the same at 5.1 seconds. Despite the coupe model being slightly faster to 60, both versions carry the same electronically limited top speed of 155 mph.
Pricing 2014 Audi TTS
The pricing for the Audi TTSare as follows:
Model Premium Plus Prestige
2014 Audi TTSCoupe $47,350 $50,650
2014 Audi TTSRoadster $50,350 $53,650