The 2018 Audi TTRS includes Audi’s digital cockpit and heated napa leather S sport seats with diamond stitching.
Our Opinion: The Audi TT RS is a thing special. Sure, it shares a majority of its goodies while using RS3 sedan, but it really still feels more special. As the regular Audi TT is often a fun car they are driving, and indeed no slouch on the subject of performance driving, the TT RS is leap above. The turbocharged I5 spits 400 horsepower from the dual-clutch transmission and sounds incredible. The burble from your sports exhaust sounds perfect under light loads and under heavy acceleration. Here are a few snaps and crackles, and not enough to bother. Also, the exhaust is active, meaning if you get sick and tired with sounding such as a boy racer, you’ll be able to punch submit this may let you relatively quiet experience.
Inside the Audi, the leading seats hold you tight when cornering. They are often snug if you have a wider frame, but average builds should feel tucked in nicely. The back seats happen in theory — I wouldn’t suggest making anyone sit by there since rear legroom is effectively non-existent. The dash — sleek. With Audi’s digital cockpit, there isn’t a further media or infotainment screen — things constructed into the gauge cluster. That makes for your wide expanse of an dashboard.
In relation to its driving, I needed more pleasurable with this Audi TT RS than I’ve ever had within an R8. Sure, it’s way on power, and it’s and not as flashy, however you can drive this car on public roads without losing your license and still enjoy doing this. Hell, I’d even pull some power out of computer; I think it is more pleasant to drive a car. But on the track the 400 hp will come on smooth and rocket you in the straights. The chassis is excellent at managing corners and staying flat but doesn’t do much to the backbone when covering awful midwestern streets. The brake feel can there be in sports-car form — the pedal is actually stepping over the hockey puck you left on the floor — there isn’t numerous give, option to a large number of response.
One thing I wish the fact that TT RS had, the fact that RS3 does, is actually a stick shift. I receive it — the DCT is faster, and it’s a fantastic transmission, however the manual are definitely more engaging around the city. I conducted slide the tools selector as much as the manual mode, and used the paddle shifters to have the tach needle pointed north to improve hear that I5 scream, but an absolute manual transmission will make it much more fun.
Options: Dynamic Plus Package with carbon fibre engine cover, direct TPMS, front ceramic brakes, OLED taillights, RS fixed-sport suspension, 174-mph top speed ($6,000); Technology Package including Audi MMI navigation, Audi connect online services, Audi side assist, premium audio ($3,500); Black Optic Package including 20-inch black wheels, summer tires, black optic exterior kit, high-gloss mirror housing ($1,750); RS sport exhaust with black tips ($1,000); RS Design Package including leather-covered center console and door armrests, red accents on air vents and safety belts, RS floor mats ($900); carbon fiber inlays ($600); mythos black mettalic ($575)