2002, the Touareg marked Volkswagen’s powerful way into the domain of SUVs. "Even for Abt, the car was absolutely new territory," explains Hans-Jürgen Abt. Back then, the managing director of Abt Sportsline did in fact have doubts about the market opportunities of the heavy weight: "But the SUV has become a great success, and meanwhile the Touareg and the Audi Q7 belong to our success stories."
Design milestones of sports car construction do not only come from Sant’ Agata Bolognese or Maranello but also from Kempten. Because there, in the picturesque Allgäu region, Abt Sportsline, the greatest tuner for vehicles from the Volkswagen group, is based.
The SUV family from the Allgaeu region gets a sleek increment. The new Abt Tiguan is more than the "small" brother of the successful Touareg. The car presents itself very self-contained in technology and form. "With its straight lines and curves at the right place it is a very likeable car," says Hans-Jürgen Abt.
The newest brilliant invention forthcoming from the Bavarian art of engineering is the 3.0 TDI Diesel with a work performance of 100 hp per liter. A real steam hammer from the engine fitness center of Abt Sportsline. The performance data of the Abt AS6 3.0 TDI are impressing, more than ever in comparison with the serial engine.
It seems that the Audi TT is one of the favorite cars for the German tuners. After all it is normal, a car with such a beauty and with sporty look such as the TT is normal to be challenging for everyone. After they have unveiled the TT-Sport and the TT-R, it was logical that the next on ABT’s list to be the TT Roadster.
The ABT AS7-R is based on the Audi Q7. The car got upgraded so the top speed goes up to 160 mph, a value that you have to accept is really impressive for the SUV segment. The AS7-R is powered by a 4,2-Liter-V8 with an output of 500 hp. The 0 to 60 mph sprint is made in 5.7 seconds. The front spoiler lip and fender extensions are painted in striking matt chrome; the other body parts are matt black. The ABT R-model also offer body styling and suspension parts for the other Q7 models. The (...) More
With the Abt TT-R Abt Sportsline celebrated the most amazing motor sport victories in the season 2002. Hardly anyone was able to beat the Abt TT-R. In nine of the ten DTM races at least one of the Abt pilots clinched a podium position, and at the end Laurent Aiello won the DTM championship in the yellow Abt TT-R. Therefore it is no wonder that the Abt team from Kempten has a special relationship with “their” TT and it is a fortunate coincidence that the second version of this sporty Audi model just appears on the market when the family enterprise celebrates its 110th company anniversary. At the same time, this happenstance means a challenge for Abt Sportsline - a challenge the team from Kempten meets by enhancing this exceptional sports car.
Abt Sportsline’s presentation of the tuned version of the Audi Q7 was accurately timed and coincides with the sales launch of the multifunctional sports car from Ingolstadt. It is more than a mere successor of the legendary Quattro: The Audi Q7 is the perfect car for every opportunity, as it not only is suitable for all terrains, but a convincingly comfortable car for travelling long journeys at the same time.