The facelifted version of the two-door coupé will soon only be sold with the 2.0-litre TFSI engine. The lowest-powered petrol and diesel versions have been axed from the line-up. You will be able to buy the 2.0-litre TSI in three states of tune - a 40 TFSI, producing 197hp, a 245hp 45 TFSI, and the TTS will get a 306hp engine.
The updated TT also comes with car more standard kit. Audi’s Drive Select system and automatic headlights and wipers now come as standard, right from the base model. There’s also a new sports display for the standard Virtual Cockpit digital instrument cluster.
S Line models also feature more aggressive styling, with a new front splitter and a wider diffuser at the back. To mark the 20th anniversary of the TT, Audi will also launch a TT 20 Years model. This version will be powered exclusively with the 45 TFSI engine and feature a limited run of 999 units.
The pre-facelift, third-gen Audi TT currently is currently on sale in India at Rs 73.54 lakh (on-road, Delhi).