Fresh off last year's complete redesign, the Audi TTS rolls into 2017 with details changes only. It remains one of the most charismatic sport coupes on the road.
2017 Audi TTS Overview
What's New For 2017
A rearview camera and power-folding side mirrors with auto-dimming feature are now standard on all models.
Choosing Your Audi TTS
The coupe version of the TT can seat four passengers, while the soft-top convertible has no backseat at all.
Aluminum body panels are used on both models to converse weight.
The 2017 Audi TTS is powered by the 2.0L four-cylinder engine, which produces 310 horsepower, and gets roughly 23 MPG in the city, and 27 MPG on the highway. The TTS' engine is accompanied by a six-speed automatic transmission, which features paddle shifters. The TTS comes with various driving modes, and you can switch through them at any time. In addition, all models come with the Audi quattro all-wheel drive system. The TTS features an adaptive magnetic suspension for quick response to changing surface conditions.
The interior features 12-way power sport seats clad in leather and faux suede. You also get a 12.3-inch touchscreen, heated washer nozzles, rear parking sensors, and a flat-bottom steering wheel. The nine-speaker sound system features HD and satellite radio. The TTS rolls on 19-inch wheels, and 20s are available as a standalone option.
For $3,200, you can add a Technology package with features such as lane keeping assist, an automated parking system, and an integrated navigation system.
Individual options for the TTS include an extended Nappa leather interior ($500), a Bang & Olufsen surround-sound system ($950), and red-painted brake calipers ($400).
The feature-rich Technology package is a worthy addition to the TTS. We wouldn't order a car of this caliber without it.