Audi unveiled the Audi TTS in 2008. It was designed to a powerful sport car. Now Audi debuted the 2010 model of TTS after two years later. The new model will be sold in both coupe and roadster bodies.
Compare to the second generation TT, I especial like the original TT. But the second generation is more powerful than the original, so if your like driving you may like the second generation. Audi equip with turbocharged performance and seductive design meet exquisite craftsmanship in the 2010 Audi TTS, but U.S.-bound versions are missing the one feature they need most: a true manual transmission.
The new AUDI TTS gets a mild facelift highlighted, complemented by revised chrome accenting on its grille and redone foglamps and housings. Other exterior change include dual chrome exhaust tips,a distinct front and rear fascia as well as LED driving lights and a set of slick 18 inch wheels. Xenon headlamps with LED daytime running lights join a tastefully sporty front end design that is high-tech, fun and yet serious in appearance.
Inside, the new model is available as a four-seat coupe and a two-seat roadster. Audi Navigation System Plus displays 3D map graphics on a 6.5-inch LCD screen, also equips with MP3 memory card slots and a six-CD changer. The Audi Magnetic Ride system uses shocks filled with magnetically charged fluid. Computer controls change the damping rates to match the driving situation, and the driver can choose between Normal and Sport modes for soft comfort or stiff fun.
The Audi TTS is equipped with a standard high output version of the direct injected 2.0 Liter engine, which making a maximum output of 265 HP and 258 lb-ft of torque, pound-feet from 2500 to 5000 rpm. The additional power and customized Quattro all wheel drive system helps the TTS accelerate from 0 to 60 MPH in only 4.9 seconds. Thanks to Audi's advanced TFSI technology both the TTS Coupe and Roadster get as much as 29 MPG on the highway. The TTS is offered only with the tronic six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission in the U.S.