There’s a new version of the Audi TT Coupe in town and it’s called the S Line Competition. This additional iteration of the coupe is available in all regions where the vehicle is sold and can be ordered with all of the engines up to 208 hp (211 PS). This means that depending on the market, the car can be powered by a 1.8-liter TFSI engine with 158 hp, a 2.0-liter TFSI with 208 hp (211 PS) and also a 2.0-liter TDI which churns 168 hp (170 PS).
What does this S Line Competition bring to the TT Coupe? Basically, it combines all the goodies of the S line sport package with the S line exterior package, along with several other stuff for an extra 4,300 Euro in Europe (no word right now about the U.S. pricing). Audi says that by opting for this new version customers will be able to save about 50% in comparison to buying the additional equipment separately.
As you can see from these official photos, the car gets new front and rear bumpers, side sills, air inlets, tailpipe trims, S line badges, an exclusive rear diffuser, xenon plus headlights + LED DRLs, as well as a fixed rear wing which is just about the same as the one fitted to the hotter TT RS.
The Audi TT Coupe S Line Competition rides on 19-inch black alloys wrapped around in 255/35 tires, license plate frame, a black finish for the radiator grille, the applications on the exterior mirror housings, front fog light surround, the diffuser insert, the blade below the front bumper, the rear wing spoiler and the tailpipe trims.
Customers will be able to select from one of the four exterior paint colors: Daytona Gray, Glacier White, Samoa Orange and Misano Red. The interior cabin gets bespoke door sill trims, aluminum-look decorative trim and sport seats wrapped around in black leather with silver contrasting stitching and also with Alcantara.
This new version of the TT comes with the sport suspension from the S line so the car is closer to the ground by 10 mm.