2011 Audi TTS Values

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2011 model year changes

For 2011, Audi's TT gets a styling update, with all models now receiving the LED-fitted headlamps of 2010's TTS model, a more squared-off lower air intakes, a new rear valance panel with chrome exhaust tips and new aluminum accents on the interior. Other changes include new taillights and enlarged back diffuser and a spoiler that deploys once the car has passed 74 mph. The base TT's engine has been reworked and is now making 10 more horsepower and 51 more pound-feet of torque over 2010's numbers. Front-wheel drive and manual transmissions have been dropped from the line, as has the 3.2L V6 engine option, with Audi's Quattro all-wheel drive system and S-Tronic dual-clutch operated transmission now standard. Four new exterior colors are available: Scuba Blue, Oolong Gray, Volcano Red and Dakota Gray. New interior colors include Nougat Brown, Titanium Gray and Garnet Red.

Competitive comparison

Iconic styling; Quattro all-wheel-drive; new more powerful turbocharged engine

Special features for 2011

Underneath its iconic easily recognizable exterior, the TT is based on Audi's sturdy passenger car platform with Quattro all-wheel-drive, making it a superb all-weather handler, yet it maintains good all around performance, with its turbocharged 2.0L engine pushing it to 60 mph in just 5.7 seconds--faster than both the Mercedes-Benz SLK 300 and the BMW Z4. It's an excellent choice for the sports car enthusiast who wants performance without having to sacrifice comfort and day to day usability.
A small sports car packing some incredible power, the 2011 Audi TTS adds 54 horsepower to the TT's turbocharged 2-liter, four-cylinder engine. Motivated with 265 horsepower through Audi's quattro all-wheel drive system, the 2011 TTS launches through a S-Tronic 6-speed dual clutch manual transmission. Coupe and roadster body styles are offered with the 2011 Audi TTS standard Silk Nappa leather sport seating, automatic air conditioning as well as Bluetooth connectivity is found inside the performance-oriented interior. To inject a little more luxury equipment into the 2011 Audi TTS, opt for the Prestige version available with either the coupe or roadster. The Prestige package adds items such as electronic reverse parking aid, a Bose premium sound system along with Audi MMI Navigation Plus hardware which also includes a 6-disc CD charger. The Premium package is no longer available on the Audi TTS. Serving as the most aggressive package linked to Audi's small sports car, expect an arrival of a more powerful Audi TT RS to unseat the TTS as the top performance for 2012.