Audi Announces TT RS And RS3 Price Tags; Your Five-Cylinder Audi Starts At $55,450!

Apr 28, 2017 07:00 AM EDT | Gerone Trish

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Audi announced the return of TT RS and its sibling, RS3. The new models boast of its five-cylinder engine and refreshed interiors. Audi has also announced the price tags for both models.

The Audi TT RS runs with a turbocharged five-cylinder engine that can produce 400 hp. The model also uses the MQB platform.

Audi has announced the price tag of the new TT RS. The TT RS has a base price of $65,875. It may appear pricey compared to its rival Volkswagen Golf Alltrack. However, the pricing looks fair enough considering the more efficient five-cylinder engine which can produce more horsepower.

The Audi TT RS sports Nappa leather, eight-way power sport seats, leather/faux suede multifunction steering wheel and 19-inch wheels. It also comes with LED headlights and its conventional rear spoiler.

Interested buyers may opt for the other upgraded variants of the Audi TT RS. The new model may come with 20-inch wheels, Audi's Black Optic package that darkens the brightwork, and carbon-ceramic front disc brakes.

Interior upgrades include red diamond-pattern stitching and RS-emblazoned floor mats. There are also the Bang & Olufsen sound system and MMI Navigation Plus infotainment system.

An Audi Connect 4G LTE connectivity with Siri Eyes Free functionality can also be availed. A smartphone interface supporting the Apple CarPlay and Android Auto has also been offered as an additional feature.

Meanwhile, the price for the new Audi TT RS3 has been announced too. The new model comes with a base price of $55,450 for the 2017 variants. Whereas, the 2018 version of the Audi TT RS3 costs $55,875.

The new Audi TT RS3 comes with four doors, where the back seat can be used by not too tall passengers. It also runs with the same five-cylinder engine of its sibling, TT RS.

The new Audi TT RS3 upgrades include carbon-fiber inlays and Bang & Olufsen sound system. It sports 19-inch five-spoke wheels with titanium finish. It also comes with an MMI Navigation Plus, black-tipped RS sport exhaust, and red brake calipers.

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