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Cosmetic spice coming for TT

TT bar: The Competition package gives 2.0 TFSI versions of the TT coupe a fixed rear wing, reminiscent of the flagship TT RS.

Audi to further sex up TT coupe with special Competition package in 2013

Audi logo5 Jul 2012

By MIKE COSTELLO

AUDI Australia will spice up 2.0 TFSI versions of its TT coupe from the first half of 2013, when it makes available a new S line Competition package.

Pricing is not yet confirmed, but the limited edition package will bring extra equipment and add a suite of racy cosmetic enhancements both inside and out.

Additions to the exterior include a TT RS-style black rear wing, newly-designed bumpers, gloss black air inlets, side sills, tailpipe trims and diffuser, and 19-inch alloy wheels finished in – you guessed it – black.

Inside the cabin will be special door sill trims, Nappa leather sport seats with special S line logos and a flat-bottomed steering wheel, as in the flagship TT RS.

The 155kW/350Nm turbocharged direct-injection 2.0 TFSI four-cylinder petrol engine is available with both front-drive and quattro drivetrains, matched exclusively to a six-speed version of the S tronic dual-clutch transmission.

The package will not be available on the Roadster bodystyle, or 1.8 TFSI, 2.0 TDI, S or RS versions of the TT coupe.

Audi Australia broadened the current-shape TT range – which dates back to 2006 – in May this year with the addition of a new base Roadster variant, while making its seven-speed S tronic transmission available on more TT variants than before.

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