The Audi TTS Coupé is a sports car made by Audi that appears in the Asphalt series.
At the 2008 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, Audi released the first Audi "S" model of the TT range – the Audi TTS quattro, with a heavily revised 2.0 TFSI engine. The cylinder block, cylinder head, and the fuel injectors have all been modified from the base 2.0 TFSI engine (ID: CDL). Together with other modifications, this engine produces a DIN-rated motive power output of 200 kilowatts (272 PS; 268 bhp), and generates a torque turning force of 350 newton metres (258 lbf·ft) from 2,500 to 5,000 rpm. The suspension is lowered by 10 millimetres (0.4 in) over the standard models, and includes "Audi Magnetic Ride" as standard and a new two-stage sports-biased Electronic Stability Programme (ESP). Radially ventilated front disc brakes are clamped by a single-piston gloss black caliper emblazened with a bold TTS logo, and a lap timer is prominent in the centre of the instrument cluster. 9Jx18" '5-parallel-spoke' design alloy roadwheels are standard, with 245/40 ZR18 high-performance tires. 19" '5-spoke star' wheels and tires are optional. The exterior: with redesigned front, with larger air intakes, redesigned rear bumper, side sill extensions, and four exhaust tailpipes.
The Audi TTS Coupé is the third car in Class C and is one of the 10 original cars in Class C.
The TTS Coupé has a good "Level 3 nitro" launch speed of roughly 3 seconds (+Nitro Starter). This is higher than most similar-ranked cars and is the result of a high emphasis on nitro. However, despite its high emphasis on nitro, the TTS Coupé has an average nitro efficiency of 6/12/16.
The TTS Coupé has the third lowest total top speed in Class C, and with a Tuning Kit, it has the lowest raw top speed in Class C (switching with the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Electric Drive without a Tuning Kit). Overall, this places the TTS Coupé in a poor position, as its nitro does not last long enough to warrant such low total top speed and raw top speed statistics. Therefore, the TTS Coupé heavily relies on its superior acceleration and decent handling to keep up with other cars around the same rank. The TTS Coupé has a wide drifting radius.
The TTS Coupé competes as a starter's car for Class C, but overall, it is not highly recommended as a starter's car for Class C.
The TTS Coupé counts towards the Audi collection.
As of the Fifteenth Anniversary Update, the TTS Coupé costs 28,000 to purchase (originally 9,000, then 13,500 and then 27,000). As of the 2019 Spring Update, upgrades cost 205,000 to MAX and 32,800 to PRO.