Wednesday, February 27, 2013

New Audi TT Coupé S Line Competition is All About the Looks

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Audi is trying to lure customers into its showrooms with a new special edition version ofthe TT Coupe named S Line Competition.
The new trim model is available worldwide with all engine versions up to 208hp (211PS). Depending on the market, these include the 158hp (160PS) 1.8-liter TFSI, 208hp (211PS) 2.0-liter TFSI and the 168hp (170PS) 2.0-liter TDI diesel.
The S Line Competition essentially combines all the elements of the S line sport package and the S line exterior package and then some more for a price of €4,300 in Europe (U.S. pricing has not yet been announced), which according to Audi, saves customers around 50 percent over ordering the components separately.
On the outside, the package brings specially designed bumpers, air inlets and side sills, S line badges, tailpipe trims, a bespoke rear diffuser, a fixed rear wing similar to the one found on the TT RS and Xenon plus headlights with LED daytime running lights.
Other exterior features that come with the Competition package are the 19-inch black alloy wheels paired to 255/35 series tires, a black finish for the radiator grille, license plate frame, the applications on the front fog light surround, exterior mirror housings, the blade below the front bumper, the diffuser insert, the tailpipe trims and the rear wing spoiler.
Buyers can choose from four paint finishes named Samoa Orange (metallic), Glacier White (metallic), Daytona Gray (pearl effect) and Misano Red (pearl effect), all of which are offered at no extra charge.
Inside, there are special door sill trims, sport seats in perforated Alcantara upholstery and black leather with silver contrast stitching, and aluminum-look decorative trim.
Finally, the package incorporates the tauter S line sport suspension, which lowers the chassis by 10 millimeters (0.39 mm).



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