2012 Audi TTS - Audi released the new sports car is the 2012 Audi TTS, it’s has a sporty design and great power that can accelerate Audi sports car to high speeds. Previously we’ve reviewed the 2012 Audi TT RS, which is better then the 2012 Audi TTS vs 2012 Audi TT RS. But here we will not be viewing the Audi TTS vs Audi TT RS because we just provide information about the 2012 Audi TTS.
The 2012 Audi TTS is set apart from more common models with a range of aesthetic and mechanical tricks. Those start with the addition of a matte-chrome version of the corporate single-frame grille, but also include a more aggressive front fascia to match. The changes wear well on the TTS and help give the machine a leaner, sportier look compared to lower trims. The larger air inlets nestled down low, attractive fog lamp bezels and handsome LED daytime running lights are all suitably Audi, and the heavily contoured sheetmetal of the clamshell hood and flared fenders help integrate the new bumper cover nicely. 2012 Audi TTS Spesifications
The Audi TTS guise affords the coupe a few other special touches, including a pair of aluminized side-view mirror caps and a set of very handsome 19-inch tri-spoke wheels. Move to the coupe’s rear and expect to be met with a reworked valance. The bumper cover accommodates a set of quad exhaust tips designed to hint at the uprated turbocharged four-cylinder under the hood. As always, the speed-actuated rear spoiler stays on as a bit of functional eye candy. The driver can coax the mechanized wing up or down via a push of a console-mounted button as he or she sees fit. Kids love it.
The base Audi TT serves up 211 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque from a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, and the TTS tune squeezes an additional 54 hp from the same lump. The full 265 hp pours on at a heady 6,000 rpm. Curiously enough, the engine’s torque rating remains unchanged at 258 pound-feet and continues to arrive from 2,500 rpm all the way to 5,000 rpm, and at full pull, the turbo shoves 17.4 pounds of boost into each combustion chamber. Power gets hustled to each wheel via a very-precise six-speed dual-clutch transmission and Audi’s trademark quattro all-wheel drive system.
Now, 265 hp in an all-wheel-drive coupe that weighs 3,219 pounds is nothing to dismiss. In fact, Audi says the combination is good enough to launch the TTS to 60 mph in a scant 4.9 seconds. Judging by just how willingly the two-door will clip past the triple digit barrier, we’re inclined to agree. But if there’s a dark cloud looming over the Audi TTS, it takes the form of one very troublesome consonant: R. Buyers who can manage to take the leap to the Audi TT RS get to enjoy life with an additional cylinder at their command. The 2.5-liter turbo inline five cylinder throws an extra 95 horsepower and 85 lb-ft of torque at the driver, clipping around .8 seconds from the 0-60 dash.