What does an S add?
Grammatically speaking, an S can create a plural. Tack it on to the end of a noun and suddenly there's more.
In the automotive world, the S at the end of a car's name is shorthand for speed, sportiness and a certain amount of sexiness that just doesn't come with the standard model. S is the big plus sign and exclamation mark all at the same time.
The 2011 Audi TTS is no exception. The TT is a great little coupe that already provides a sporty ride wrapped around German precision. The TTS is more; it's like a TT that goes to 11.
The heart of the TTS is its beautifully built 265-horsepower TFSI direct injection turbocharged 2-liter four-cylinder engine. While nearly identical to the... Read More