Audi TT is the compact vehicle from the brand that is the epitome of style and looks while Audi TTS comes as the slightly more powerful version of the TT. Both versions offer significant power and torque but they are not exactly performance-oriented cars. However, the Audi TT and TTS do impress us with sporty handling and swift acceleration.

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The Audi TT has two different body styles, the coupe and the convertible termed roadster whereas the Audi TTS only has a coupe version. All three vehicles have a considerable price tag, meaning they are not affordable for everyone but they will not burn a hole in the pocket of most people. The TT coupe and the TT Roadster are compact coupes and convertibles respectively while the TTS is the compact coupe. The exterior styling of these vehicles acquires a lot of attention on the road and the plethora of features inside the cabins make them equally attractive for the passenger. Audi offers great build quality and the safety system is well-equipped with the latest available tech. The fuel economy of the TT and TTS are not among the best in the market but they are not bad either.

What changes do the 2023 models have?

For the 2023 model year, Audi decided that it will bring changes to the wheels only and has introduced a new design for the 18-inch alloy wheels for the TT Coupe and the TT Roadster. The TTS Coupe, on the other hand, remains unchanged with the same design. The reason for bringing minimal changes is that we consider both the TT and TTS to be perfect already. They have impeccable design and the performances offered by the 2.0L turbocharged inline-4 engine are more than enough to meet the requirements.

Do the price tags stay the same for all the trims?

The Audi TT Coupe has the lowest price tag among the three and the figure of $52,200 makes it quite affordable. The Audi TT Roadster is offered at a slightly higher price of $56,300 but to be honest, we think that the convertible is a lot more stylish and this is the best bargain here. The Audi TTS Coupe has a much higher price tag of $61,900 but it does offer slightly better power output and some additional features as well. Each of these models has some alluring packages or single parts to offer but they will cost extra.

What to expect in design and engineering?

The Audi TT and TTS showcase brilliant design and engineering that can be easily used as examples for future engineers. The electric rear spoiler of the coupes and the roadster rises automatically while driving at high speed to maintain better stability while flaunting the exemplary looks. The S Sport seats with diamond stitching come with an exciting design and top-tier comfort for the driver and the passenger. You can also opt for the S Line Competition package to include the S Line Sport suspension. High-gloss exterior materials, black exhaust tip, and red brake calipers among others. The power retractable rooftop of the TT Roadster only takes ten seconds to open or close while driving around a speed of 31 MPH or below.

What are the changes in the infotainment section?

The digital cluster and the entire infotainment system of the Audi TT and Audi TTS are carried over from the previous year and let us tell you why. The advanced system comes with a brilliant UI that makes it as easy as using a smartphone and the HD display offers a superior quality of image among the cars in this segment. The Bang & Olufsen audio system is simply the best and the fact that it comes with 12 speakers makes the entire cabin an unmatched experience. The MMI Touch with Hand-writing technology definitely makes accessing the functions a breeze.

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