Audi TT-S

Audi TT-S

  The Audi TT-S was introduced at the 2008 NAIAS in Detroit as a sport tuned version of the TT compact sports coupe. The TT-S wears a set of specific split five spoke 19 inch alloy wheels and comes complete with performance enhancing Audi Magnetic Ride suspension. The standard 2.0 TFSI power plant has been upgraded to produce 265 HP and 260 lb-ft of torque which is good for a faster 0 to 60 MPH time of 5.4 seconds.

As we announced a few days ago, a group of scientists from Stanford University have created a robotic Audi TTS to race at Pikes Peak. Today Audi has revealed the official details on the car.

We are talking about a 2009 Audi TTS, powered by a 2.0L Turbocharged I4 DOHC engine that delivers 265 hp, and can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just 4,9 seconds, while top speed is limited to 155 mph.

Audi TTS Pikes Peak

The car is controlled via two independent systems: the initial controller development is being done on an XPC target using Matlab and Simulink which are the standard research tools from Stanford’s DDL. The final vehicle controls are being run on ruggedized custom built solutions running a Core2Duo CPU and Solaris operating system that is being developed in collaboration with Sun Microsystems.

Full details in the press release after the jump.

Anytime you’re stopping on a red light and you see an Audi TTS beside you with no driver in sight, then consider yourself one of the lucky few to have seen the robotic Audi TTS that was developed by a group of scientists from Stanford University.

We all know that Stanford has had a long history of producing robotic cars but their latest pet project is far and away the most ambitious undertaking they’ve ever done. To be clear, the robotic Audi TT Audi TT S is far more than just your run-off-the-mill robot vehicle – if you can even get away saying something like that. The folks from Stanford who created the technological marvel have plans on entering their autonomous ride to the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, a rigorous twenty-kilometer race for a car-driven driver, let alone a driverless vehicle. Ambitious as the challenge may be, the robotic Audi TTS clearly has something going for it, not the least of which is posting an ‘unofficial’ speed record for an autonomous car after posting speeds in excess of 130 mph.

We all keep talking about the future of vehicles, but advancements regarding automated driving have never reached this stage so you can bet your bottom dollar that this will not be the last time we hear from those folks from Stanford.

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2009 Audi TTS by Mcchip-DKR

The German ECU tuners, Mcchip-dkr, have come up with program that boosts Audi TTS’s 2.0 Liter TFSI’s output by over 40 HP to a maximum of 315 HP and raise the top speed to 275 Km/h for only 850 Euros. Adding some style to the more powerful Audi is a set of lightweight 19 inch O.Z. Ultraleggeras that bring the package price up to 3840 Euro.

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MTM built Audi TTS

The German tuners MTM have just released their latest tuning package for the Audi TTS Quattro . The aesthetic upgrades to the TT consist of an 8 piece bodykit and the company’s signature 9 spoke Bimoto rims. The 2.0 liter TFSI engine in the MTM TTS has been boosted to produce 380 HP while 8 piston Brembo calipers handle stopping.

More from MTM after the jump.

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Audi today announced pricing on the2009 TTS Coupe and Roadster . Sales will begin in late 2008 at a price of $45,500 for the TTS Coupe and $47,500 for the TTS Roadster.

Audi TTS Coupe and Roadster

The TTS is powered by a 2.0 TFSI engine that delivers (265 hp @ 6000 rpm and 258 lb.-ft. @2500-5000 rpm. The TTS Coupe races from 0-60 mph in 4.9 seconds, and achieves a combined fuel economy of 24 mpg. The TTS Roadster offers comparable performance with a 0-60 mph time of 5.1 seconds and a class-leading combined fuel economy of 24 mpg. Both version are electronically limited to 155 mph.

Press release after the jump.

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Audi TT is maybe one of the most popular vehicle from the German manufacturer on the market. Audi recently launched its TTS, a sporty version of the TT featuring a 2.0 liter TFSI engine with 272 hp. Of course, there are people who are not satisfied by the factory cars and want a little more, these people choose MTM, one of the best Audi tuners on the market.

Audi TTS by MTM

MTM unveiled today the new performance package for the Audi TTS and you know what this means: more power and better performance. The new power output of the engine is bumped 58 hp to a total 330 hp at 6240 rpm.

Audi TTS by MTM

With the Quattro AWD system and connected to a 6-Speed S-tronic Direct-Shift gearbox the TTS has a top speed of 164 mph. To stop all this new power, MTM added a new set of Brembo brake disks, 380 x 34 mm drilled, 8-piston. Also a new set of 20” MTM Bimoto forged rims were added for better stability.

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Audi TTS , with its 272 hp and 2.0 liter petrol engine represents the ultimate sports car, with great performances and small fuel consumption. For those who want better handling for their car H&R, the well-known sports spring manufacturer offers for 236 euro, a new set of springs which lowers the car with over 30 millimeters.

Audi TTS by H&R

For those who want even more sportivity, the manufacturer can lower with 55 millimeters the car without loosing any comfort. The price of the second stage is of 1,188 euro. And of course, all the parts have TUV approval!

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B&B, the tuner specialized in Audi vehicles, unveiled its latest masterpiece: the 362 hp Audi TTS . In order to reach that amount of power, the tuning company offers 3 different levels of power: the first level offers 306 hp, second offers 324 hp while the 3rd is most important one offering 362 hp. With the 3rd level installed, the car is capable to sprint from 0-100 km/h in just 4.6 seconds while the top speed is limited to 280 km/h (173 mph)!

Audi TTS by B&B

If you’re wondering how did the tuner obtain these kind of performances, you have to know that a special turbo loader was installed, together with a new sport exhaust system and high performance sports catalyst but also with the help of some ECU tweaking. In order to keep the oil temperature at a constant temperature, B&B offers a special oil cooling system, which meets the tuned engine’s requirements perfectly.

The Audi TTS , launched in Detroit in January, will be coming to U.S. dealer showrooms in late 2008. Under its hood lies a two-liter TFSI high-performance engine delivering a mighty 265 hp in the U.S.. This intense power propels the TTS Coupe to 60 mph from a standstill in just 4.9 seconds and on to a governor-limited top speed of 155 mph. The Audi TTS is available as both a 2 + 2-seater coupe and as a roadster.

TTS will compete with BMW Z4 3.0si, Mercedes-Benz SLK350, Porsche Cayman and Porsche Boxster.

The TFSI engine in the TTS takes the two Audi technologies of gasoline direct injection and turbocharging and blends them to form a perfect partnership. Aside from its output of 265 hp in the U.S., it is its peak torque of 258 lb-ft, which is constantly on tap between 2,500 and 5,000 rpm, that makes the compact and lightweight four-cylinder unit so impressive.

2009 Audi TTS will be launched in USA at end of 2008

Compared to the engine it was derived from, the two-liter power unit has been reengineered and strengthened in a number of key areas to ready it for operation in the TTS.

S tronic, which deploys two clutches, is capable of performing extremely quick gear shifts at high engine loads and rev speeds; consequently, the time taken to sprint from zero to 60 mph is cut by a further two-tenths of a second in both the Coupe and Roadster.

Audi announced that the latest TT-S will be the official safety car
at the famous Tourist Trophy motorcycle races next month on the Isle of Man.

Audi TT-S - official Car on the Isle of Man

The latest and most powerful model in the iconic Audi TT range – the new 272 hp TTS – will make a fittingly dynamic debut in Britain. The most powerful ever production Audi TT coupe to date has been chosen by the TT organisers as the prestigious “Official Car” at this year’s world-famous event which runs from 24 May-6 June.

Audi paid homage to the legendary Tourist Trophy motorsport event of the same name in naming its “TT” sportscar. It is an event in which machines from one of its founding companies competed with considerable success in the spectacular Tourist Trophy race which was first staged on the Isle of Man in 1905.

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