Buy Audi TTRS tyres

By Julia Freeman

The Audi TTRS is one of the most popular and well-regarded sports cars out there – and is able to compete with so-called "supercars" when it comes to acceleration and performance – despite not costing the earth. If you are lucky enough to own one, you will definitely appreciate good quality tyres, so our recommendations are below.


Michelin Pilot Sport 4S

Michelin designed this premium road tyre to give a seamless combination of enjoyable driving and optimal safety. Pilot Sport 4S tyres are designed with Michelin's 'Dynamic Response Technology' which ensures sharp grip when cornering, excellent traction when manoeuvring, responsive handling at speed and reliable braking in all weather. Michelin also use an innovative rubber compound to improve lifespan and reduce fuel consumption by optimising rolling resistance. Wide longitudinal grooves minimise the risk of skidding or aquaplaning in the wet. Michelin Pilot Sport 4S are one of the top performing sports tyres in both dry and wet braking tests.

Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3

Goodyear developed the Eagle F1 Asymmetric 3 tyre to offer reliable handling, excellent grip, shorter braking distances and impressive overall performance for sports cars like the Audi TTRS. Goodyear's 'Grip Booster' compound offers excellent traction in a range of conditions while their 'Active Braking Technology' gives reliable, shorter braking distances. A reinforced construction technology provides precise handling and helps maintain even tread wear over their lifespan.

Pirelli P Zero

The trusty Pirelli P Zero is a premium tyre for ultra-high performance and prestigious cars like the Audi TTRS. They are also original equipment (OE) on the Mercedes S-Class AMG, Maserati Quattroporte Sport GT, Ferrari 599 GTB, and Audi Quattro R8. The P Zero's tread pattern optimises the contact area between the tyre and the road – improving braking performance, grip, and superb handling even at high speeds. Aquaplaning is also tackled by wide longitudinal grooves that rapidly collect and disperse the surface water. The P Zero comes in several variations including run flats.

Bridgestone Turanza T005

The Bridgestone Turanza T005 is one of our favourite all-round summer tyres and well suited to a variety of vehicles including the Audi TRSS. The Turanza T005 is robust and durable and has received an EU Label Grade A rating for wet grip, and a Grade B rating for its rolling resistance and fuel efficiency (ratings may vary by tyre size). The T005 tread pattern also reduces aquaplaning by rapidly dispersing surface water.

Talk to Protyre’s tyre experts

Protyre garages are staffed by experienced and qualified fitters and our tyre professionals know how to ensure you get the best (and safest) performance from your tyres. We are an independent chain, so all of our garages are free to stock a wide range of brands at different price points to suit any budget. You will find tyres for all seasons from major manufacturers like Michelin, Pirelli, and Goodyear alongside budget options from Uniroyal, Autogrip and Runway.
If you are concerned about the condition of your tyres, why not contact your local Protyre garage for help and advice or book a free tyre check online? You can find your nearest garage by clicking the button below and entering your postcode in our online search tool. From here you will either be able to make a booking at a time and date to suit you, or find contact details to call the team direct to discuss your requirements.

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By Julia Freeman
Julia is Head of Retail Marketing for Protyre and loves engaging with customers and the business as a whole to make sure Protyre is more than just a local garage.
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