The Audi TT RS is a snazzy little coupe with all-wheel drive and plenty of verve.
The TT RS utilizes a front-based all-wheel drive system, putting power to just the front wheels under easy, straight-ahead driving conditions. However, when required the computer can throw some, or all, power to the rear.
The TT RS is not offered with a manual. Instead, a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission puts the power to the pavement.
A 2.5-liter turbocharged five-cylinder engine puts out 400 horses and 354 pound-feet of torque.
Audi has taken the traditionally center stack-mounted infotainment screen and moved it to the gauge cluster. The 12.3-inch screen is fully configurable and includes Google maps.
Driving modes of comfort, auto, dynamic and individual adjust parameters for the transmission, throttle, steering and suspension.
The TT RS gets LED lighting all around, with the option of fancy-pants organic-LED taillights, offering a brighter, more energy-efficient light.
The HVAC buttons are incorporated directly into the vents, leaving a near button-less interior.
If that steering wheel looks familiar, it's because it's from Audi's R8 supercar.
The 2018 Audi TT RS starts at $64,900. Keep scrolling for more photos of this nifty little coupe.