The 2014 Audi TTS is available in coupe or four-seater and two-seater convertible body styles, both of which are offered only in single trim level. The 2014 Audi TTS standard equipment includes the 19-inch wheels alloy, summer performance tires, a front Magnetic Ride Control adaptive suspension, xenon headlights, automatic wipers, the heated mirrors, leather upholstery, the heated seats, automatic climate control, eight positions electrically adjustable sports seats, cruise control, a tilt and telescoping steering wheel, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, Bluetooth and 12-speaker audio system Bose surround sound with CD player, radio satellite and auxiliary audio input.
The 2014 Audi TTS convertible has a power retractable roof. The 2014 Audi TTS options include a navigation system (included with the rear parking sensors), upgraded leather upholstery and Black optics package that adds a number of decorative pieces distinctive exterior and interior.
2014 Audi TTS Interior
Like other Audis, the 2014 Audi TTS boasts an interior that combines a clean, modern, premium materials design. Available in two-tone cut gives the cabin a distinctive look that sets it apart from the base model. In general, indicators and controls are well designed and easy to operate. The only exception is the control knob mounted on the dashboard of the optional navigation system, a placement that can make it a bit difficult to use. Both coupe and convertible models are very quiet inside, the latter is so amazing thanks to a multi-layer hood with glass rear window that can be downloaded in about 15 seconds with the touch of a button.
With its substantial side bolsters, the 2014 Audi TTS front seats offer good comfort and support in spirited driving. A severe shortage of legroom makes the coupe rear seats generally unfit for human life, although they do a good place to keep appointment books, work files and laptop bags. In terms of capacity, the coupe is the more practical of the two by virtue of its 13.1 feet of cubic space with rear seats up and 24.7 feet of cubic with the folded down option. The 2014 Audi TTS convertible’s trunk is a good bit smaller 8.8 cubic feet. However, it is actually a very good number for this class, especially compared to rivals that have retractable hardtops.
2014 Audi TTS Engine
Power for the 2014 Audi TTS comes from a four-cylinder 2.0-liter turbo that puts out 265 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. An automated six-speed manual transmission and all-wheel drive system are standard. In performance testing, the Audi TTS Coupe went from zero to 60 mph just in 5.3 seconds. That’s a respectable time, but many competing cars are even faster. Fuel economy estimated by EPA, however, is excellent at 26 mpg combined (22 city / 31 highway).
2014 Audi TTS Safety
Standard safety features on the 2014 Audi TTS include anti-lock disc brakes, side airbags and front seat-mounted head, traction and stability control, and thorax airbags and front knee. Rear parking sensors come with the optional navigation system. In brake testing, 2014 Audi TTS stopped from 60 mph in 113 feet, the average distance for this type of car with summer tires.