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- S line Competition package for the iconic Audi sports car
- Total package value exceeds $8,500, offered to customers for just $1,800
- Available to Australian customers now, starting at $76,850 (MLP)
Audi has boosted the character of its iconic sports car with the TT Coupé S line Competition package. Available for 2.0-litre TFSI engines, the Competition package combines all the elements of the S line sport and the S line exterior package, in addition to new and exclusive features.
In total, the combination of interior and exterior S line enhancements is valued separately at over $8,500. However, in the S line Competition package, these features are offered together as a package option for 2.0 TFSI models. The option price for the S line Competition package is an exceptional $1,800.
The TT Coupé S line Competition package makes no secret of its exclusive status. Exterior enhancements include specially designed bumpers, air inlets and side sills, S line badges, tailpipe trims and a distinctive diffuser insert. There is also a fixed rear wing, like on the Audi TT RS. Xenon plus headlights with LED daytime running lights provide excellent visibility in the dark.
The paint finishes Samoa Orange (metallic), Glacier White (metallic), Daytona Grey (pearl effect) and Misano Red (pearl effect) are available. With the sporty black styling package, the radiator grille is framed in high-gloss black while the radiator grille insert, the licence plate frame and the applications on the front fog light grille are matte black. Other S line Competition elements in high-gloss black include the exterior mirror housings, the blade below the front bumper, the diffuser insert, the tailpipe trims and the rear wing spoiler. The imposing 19-inch wheels in a five-arm ‘Rotor’ design are also painted black and shod with 255/35 series tyres.
The interior component of the TT Coupé S line Competition package includes special door sill trims, the extended aluminium-look trim, the leather package and the sport seats. As in the TT RS, the rim of the leather multifunction sport steering wheel is more strongly contoured and flattened at the bottom. Piping surrounds the floor mats.
The seats come standard with Fine Nappa leather and S line logos adorn the backrests. The colour black dominates the interior. The inlays are made of matt brushed aluminium; with the Samoa Orange exterior finish, these are replaced by inlays with a reflex finish in the body colour.
*Manufacturer List Pricing (MLP) – excludes dealer delivery and statutory charges
|Audi TT Coupe 2.0 TFSI S tronic||155kW||$76,850|
|Audi TT Coupe 2.0 TFSI quattro S tronic||155kW||$79,450|
(above pricing inclusive of the $1,800 S line Competition package option)
About the Audi Group
The Audi Group delivered around 1,455,100 cars of the Audi brand to customers in 2012. From January through the end of September 2012 the Company posted revenue of € 37.7 billion and an operating profit of € 4.2 billion. Audi produces vehicles in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm (Germany), Győr (Hungary), Changchun (China) and Brussels (Belgium). The Audi Q7 is built in Bratislava (Slovakia). In November 2012, CKD production of the Audi Q7 was added to the existing Audi A4, A6 and Q5 manufacturing operations in Aurangabad (India). At the Brussels plant, production of the Audi A1 has been running since 2010, while production of the new A1 Sportback began in 2012. The Audi Q3 has been built in Martorell (Spain) since June 2011.
The Company is active in more than 100 markets worldwide. AUDI AG’s wholly owned subsidiaries include amongst others AUDI HUNGARIA MOTOR Kft. (Győr/Hungary), Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. (Sant’Agata Bolognese/Italy), AUDI BRUSSELS S.A./N.V. (Brussels/Belgium), quattro GmbH in Neckarsulm and the sports bike manufacturer Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. (Bologna/Italy). Audi currently employs more than 68,000 people worldwide, including around 50,000 in Germany. From 2012 until 2016 the brand with the four rings is planning to invest a total of €13 billion – mainly in new products and the extension of production capacities – in order to sustain the Company’s technological lead embodied in its “Vorsprung durch Technik” claim. Audi is currently expanding its site in Győr (Hungary) and will start production in Foshan (China) in late 2013 and in San José Chiapa (Mexico) from 2016.
Audi has long been fulfilling its social responsibility on many levels – with the aim of making the future worth living for generations to come. The basis for Audi’s lasting success is therefore formed by environmental protection, the conservation of resources, international competitiveness and a forward-looking human resources policy. One example of AUDI AG’s commitment to environmental issues is the Audi Environmental Foundation. Within the context of “Vorsprung durch Technik,” which extends far beyond its products, the company is directing its activities toward a major goal – comprehensive CO2-neutral mobility.