The Audi TT, is one of those cars that can be easily recognised by anyone on the road. Why? Well they’re sporty, appeal to both males and females and they’ve sold really well. Hopefully the Special Edition Audi TTS Competition will too, but we’ll get to that in a moment.
Since the models introduction in 1998, Audi has produced 500,000 Audi TT models. To celebrate they have created a special edition Audi TT. The Special Edition Audi TTS Competition will be available in Coupe’ and Roadster, and will be available in two colour options: Imola Yellow or Nimbus Grey.
This special edition will also roll off the production line with a fixed rear wing with matt aluminium-look struts and 19-inch wheels with a mean looking five-arm design. Stepping into the inside of the car you’ll find Audi’s Impulse leather package in a steel grey colour scheme. The edges of the leather are dyed in the Imola Yellow colour, which will match the yellow contrast stitching – which looks fantastic. Especially with the current trend of Red Stitching in every ‘sports’ car today.
To further differentiate your car between any other Audi TT will be the door trims being embossed with “1 of 500”.
Being a TTS Competition, the car itself is quite a little pocket rocket. The 2.0 TFSI engine produces 200kW of power and 350Nm of torque, which translates to a 0-100km/h time of just 5.3seconds. That time is also assisted by the Quattro permanent all-wheel-drive system and the impressive S tronic transmission.
If you’re keen for the roadster, you will be a little slower off the mark with a 0-100km/h time of 5.5seconds. A manual will also be an option for both the Coupe’ and the Roadster.
Is the Special Edition Audi TTS Competition coming to Australia?
The number of these 200kW, 350Nm 2.0TFSI models will be limited to just 500 units. Audi Australia has stated that they will gauge customer interest before deciding to secure any. So if you’re interested, you might want to make a call to your Audi dealership.
We’d love to see a few examples make their way into Australia. The question is: Do you?