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Audi TTS Gains ‘Competition Plus’ Spec, With New ‘Bronze Selection’ Trim Also Available


Audi is launching a new sporty equipment line dubbed ‘Competition Plus’ for the TTS range, as well as a stylish new ‘Bronze Selection’ trim for both the TTS and regular TT.

TTS Competition Plus models come with LED headlights, wrapped Audi rings on the side sills, privacy glazing for the Coupe, red brake calipers, high-gloss black 20-inch wheels and a fixed rear wing, plus various other exterior details in dark colors.

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Buyers can choose between Chronos Gray, Glacier White, Tango Red and Turbo Blue for the exterior.

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Inside, you get Audi’s 12.3-inch virtual cockpit gauge cluster, Fine Nappa leather in ebony with contrast stitching (Express Red or Ara Blue), chrome elements, carbon design inlays, Satin Turbo Blue or Gloss Tango Red air vent rings and an Alcantara gear lever knob.

There’s also a flat-bottom steering wheel with a grey or red 12 o’clock marker, plus Tango Red accents for the floor mats.

The Audi TTS’ 2.0-liter TFSI engine now produces more power at 315 HP (320 PS) and 295 lb-ft (400 Nm) of torque. The Coupe will accelerate from zero to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 4.5 seconds, with the Roadster needing 4.8 seconds. Meanwhile, the seven-speed S tronic gearbox, quattro permanent all-wheel drive and the Audi magnetic ride controlled shocks are all standard.

Bronze Selection

This spec, available for the TTS and TT, boasts various Bronze elements on the seat trims, center console and air vents, with Copper contrast stitching. For the exterior, buyers can choose between Chronos Gray, Glacier White and Mythos Black, to go with the bronze hue found on the 20-inch wheels. Furthermore, the honeycomb Singleframe grille is painted gloss black for the TT and matte titanium black for the TTS.

Inside, there’s a B&O sound system, aluminum inlays, and a standard expanded leather package with contrast stitching.

The Bronze Selection package will cost €6,190 ($7,353) for the regular TT and €4,490 ($5,333) for the TTS and can be ordered this coming spring, with deliveries soon to follow. As for the TTS Competition Plus, it goes on sale in Germany this month, with pricing set at around €61,000 ($72,465) for the Coupe and €63,700 ($75,672) for the Roadster.





















































Updated: November 24, 2020 — 2:34 pm

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