We found another review of the Audi TTS, one of our most favorite cars lately. Great sound!
Audi’s TT coupe and roadster are still stunning-looking cars; ten years on from the original’s debut, the minimalist design has not dated, nor has its familiarity blunted its impact. The 2006 overhaul brought little by way of styling changes – why tamper with a classic? – but did bring marked improvements in handling, ride and interior comfort. Now here comes the long-awaited high-performance version: the TTS, with a 268bhp (272PS) version of the turbocharged, direct-injection 2.0 TFSI engine.
Not only is it the most powerful version of the TT yet, it’s also intended to be the most sports-focused to drive. The power steering has been modified, the brakes uprated, and the two-mode magnetic-ride adaptive suspension system optional in other TTs is standard-fit, as is Audi’s quattro four-wheel-drive.