The 2009 Audi TTS is the new top of the TT model line. Under its hood lies a 2.0-liter TFSI high-performance engine delivering a mighty 265 horsepower. This intense power propels the TTS Coupe to 62 mph from a standstill in just 5.2 seconds. The Audi TTS is available as a 2+2-seater coupe and as a roadster.

The TTS gives the driver two settings: “Standard” mode is designed for a well-balanced, comfortable ride. The “Sport” setting harnesses the sports suspension, which lowers the body by 0.39 inches to deliver dynamic handling.

The Audi TTS stands out as the dynamic flagship of the TT model line. The 18-inch aluminum wheels are a highlight of the exterior design.

Passengers are welcomed by deep-set sports seats trimmed in a mixture of leather and Alcantara, with Silk Nappa leather seat upholstery. The gray instrument panel and the multifunctional steering wheel add further styling touches.

The TTS Roadster comes with an electro-hydraulic drive for the soft top, a power wind deflector, plus a load-through facility. The rear seats in the Coupe have a split-folding design, allowing luggage capacity to be increased from 10.24 to 24.72 cubic feet.

The unveiling of the 2009 TTS marks an anniversary for Audi: It was 10 years ago that the TT Coupe took to the road, swiftly acquiring the status of design icon.

Base model estimated mpg: TBD

Estimated starting price: TBA

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