-TT RS discontinued
-S line exterior trim standard on all models
-S line Competition package gets gray brake calipers
-Acoustic rear parking sensors added to navigation package

As the second generation of the TT enters what will likely be its final year in Canada, Audi has cut the cord on the high-performance, five-cylinder TT RS model, leaving base and S versions to carry on until the car’s replacement arrives. TT and TTS models use a 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder engine, tuned to 211 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque in the TT, and 265 hp and 258 lb-ft in the TTS. The disappearance of the RS’ manual transmission also leaves the S tronic dual-clutch automatic transmission as the only one.

In standard trim, the TT Coupe comes with 18-inch wheels, sport-tuned suspension, S line bumpers, Xenon headlights and fog lights, heated exterior mirrors, power rear spoiler, automatic climate control, flat-bottom steering wheel with shift paddles, nappa leather seats, heated six-way power front seats with lumbar, auto-dimming rearview mirror with compass, nine-speaker stereo, Bluetooth, driver information display, Homelink and cruise control.

TT S line Competition trim adds 19-inch wheels, S line suspension tuning, headlight washers, 12-speaker Bose stereo, satellite radio, seats with embossed S line logo, black exhaust finisher and fixed rear spoiler.

TT and TT S line Competition Roadster models come with similar standard features.

The TTS builds on the S line Competition model, and adds 19-inch wheels, Audi magnetic ride, steerable headlights, aluminum side mirror housings and extended leather interior trim.

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