The TTS uses an upgraded 2.0-liter turbocharged engine to produce 265 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque. The six-speed manual transmission won't be making the trip Stateside, but it's OK because we'll be wholly satisfied with a six-speed S-tronic sequential manual. Along with 18-inch wheels, Audi's magnetic ride damping system will be standard equipment and will give the driver the option of using either Standard or Sport modes. The car also incorporates hybrid body construction-steel at the rear, aluminum for the front and center sections to keep weight down. Visual cues include bi-xenon headlamps with daytime running LEDs and a speed-sensitive rear wing that raises into position at 75 mph. The TTS will be available in both Coupe and Roadster form and goes on sale late November this year.
Does it drive as good as it looks? Yes it does! #superstreet #drivingisbelieving #bmwi8 #azusacanyon