The TT RS is the pinnacle of the current TT model line. It has also signified
the return of the RS nameplate to the U.S. when it was introduced in 2012. The
Audi TT RS has been discontinued and will not be available as a 2014 model.
The RS nameplate represents the highest performance category for Audi vehicles, and reflects the technical competencies gained through Audi motorsports successes.
The 2013 Audi TT RS features exclusive design elements denoting its special place at the top of the TT model line. The high gloss black diamond-patterned Singleframe grille and large front air inlets give notice of the vehicles performance, as does the fixed rear wing spoiler that provides increased down force. Oval exhaust pipes, rear diffuser, unique 19" rotor wheels, prominent body sills and exterior mirror housings in matte aluminum finish round out the RS-specific design elements.
The 2013 TT RS is available in Ibis White, Daytona Gray, Phantom Black, Misano Red, Panther Black, Monza Silver, Sepang Blue and Suzuka Gray exterior colors.
The interior of the 2013 Audi TT RS also features RS-exclusive appointments, such as the contoured 3-spoke sport multifunction steering wheel, aluminum door sills with the RS logo, and RS-specific interior door handles. Other interior features include 10-way power sport front seats with three-step heating, leather seat coverings, brushed aluminum interior inlays, and available LED ambient lighting.
The Audi TT RS offers electronic features one expects from Audi, including Audi concert radio with single CD player and MP3 reading capability, and AM / FM / SAT radio with a complimentary 3-month subscription to SiriusXM Satellite Radio. Available advanced electronics offer an increased level of sophistication for the premium sports car, including technologies like Audi navigation plus with real time traffic, MMI inspired controls, a BOSE sound system, and Audi music interface.