The Audi TT is a compact sports coupe from the German automaker that was first introduced in 1998 with a 1.8T power plant before receiving a 3.2 Liter V6 making 250 HP and was refreshed back in 2007. Since then Audi has upgraded every member of the TT line to use their Quattro all wheel drive system as well as a few diesel burning mills to go along with the new 250 HP 2.0 Liter TFSI motor and is able to go from 0 to 60 MPH in only 5.9 seconds.
Based on the new Audi TT Model MK2 8J Pogea Racing created a complete new Body Kit Program, Stainless Steel Exhaust Systems, Performance Engine Upgrades and Carbon Fibre Parts for all of the car. Beginning with the HUSTTLER Front Bumper Version “ONE” with only one fog light on each side of the bottom part of the bumper, you can also get the “TWIN” Version with 2 fog lights on each side. This can also be used as cornering lighting. Lastly, the Version “ZERO” without fog lights. The new face can be ordered in PEC (Polyepoxycarbonate) or in full carbon fibre.
It seems that the Detroit Motor Show that just a little more than a month aways it the biggest auto show in the biggest automotive market in the world. Audi has big plans with a performance theme at the Audi stand. We will see in January a R8-Based Concept car and also the TTS.
A new episode from the annual tuner confrontation took place at the speed track Nardo in Italy. Purpose? To find out who is the fastest modified car in the world. And this years winner id the MTM Audi Bimoto.
Well there’s no wonder why everyone is trying to make every model looking like the R8, after all is the world most beautiful car. This is why Niche decided to take an Audi TT and make it look like a R8. All you need to pay (not including the $35,000 for the TT) is £7,951 and you will have a beautiful TT-R8.
Audi is planning more Porsche killers. An RS version of the TT Coupe is now in the work to take on the Cayman. According to AutoExpress, the car will be powered by a V8 engine. The spy shots show that the TT RS’s exhaust note is virtually identical to the roar of the 414bhp V8 in the RS4 saloon. But does this mean that Audi is preparing a 400 hp TT? The heavier RS4 can complete the sprint from 0-62mph in only 4.8 seconds and goes on to reach a top speed limited to 155mph – so the smaller (...) More
By far this is the most idiotic thing seen today: who in the world will consider that a TT Pick-up is a good idea? Well, but idiotic or not, stupid or not, someone actually did it: they made a pick-up from a TT. They needed some help will all the work in the ranch. But this is not an excuse to do such a thing!
Nothelle, the German Audi tuner has been busy lately creating monsters from models like a 580 hp Q7 and a 520 hp TT Coupe. And of course that after the coupe version, is now the time for the roadster version to be transformed.
Audi is about to unveil one of the most powerful TT ever. Set to compete with models like Porsche Cayman S and BMW M3, the new TT RS will take styling cues from the TT Clubsport concept, that was unveiled earlier this year. The new model is to be unveiled sometime in 2009.