Audi TT

Audi TT

  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.

We last brought you the RS4 from MTM. Now is time for another sports car: the TT. After a very disappointing version, with only aesthetic updates and no power changes, MTM brings the RTT 400 RS, a car that they want to set a new world record.

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.

Nothelle unveiled today one of the most powerful TT ever. With the highest standards and combining experiences acquired from motor sports with the traditional nothelle values of quality and exclusivity, the Nothelle TT also has a maximum power of 520 hp! Aerodynamic, Design, Sport Exhaust System With the aim of giving the TT an individualized and emotionally expressive look, Nothelle offers a shaply aerodynamic kit for a perfect match to the Audi original design really spicing it up. (...)

Starting today Audi will offer two new interior colors for its TT Coupe and Roadster models. Priced at £1,750 for 2.0 TFSI versions, and at £1,200 for 3.2 quattros, it adds striking bi-colour Fine Nappa Leather upholstery and extended leather trim taking in the instrument panel cover, door armrest and the sides of the centre console. The black leather seat edging contrasts with centre sections and door panels in a choice of either silver, crimson red, signal orange or saddle brown, and (...)

Audi will unveil a sport version of the TT Coupe at Frankfurt Motor Show in September. Set to be powered by a turbo FSI engine (same 2.0 liters used in the S3), the new TTS will have an output of 270 hp at 6500 rpm. It will adopt the same spotty look as any other S-line model. It is supposed to be the top model of the TT-line. The 0 to 60 mph sprint will be made in 5.6 seconds and will have a top speed limited to 155 mph. The TTS will feature: LED daytime running lights (like at S5 and (...)
Source: Autoblog.nl
If you take a look to this TT you will see no changes externally. The biggest changes are under the hood. HPA HPA Motorsports used 2 turbines and boosted the 3.2 liter engine from 250 to 550 hp. The HPA Motorsports features 19″ BBS rims and the "lambo doors". Its orange paint makes it look even sporty. Finally, the TT has become a true sports car. But, yes, true, is not a Ferrari or a (...)
Source: 4wheelsblog

Audi has barely unveiled the second generation TT, and there are allready lots of impression for the next one. This ones have been made by professional designer Meni Tsirbas. "Here are some quick sketches I recently did speculating what an MK3 TT may look like. The illustrations propose a single TT variant with a mostly transparent convertible hardtop roof."

Audi unveiled last week the TT Clubsport Quattro Concept, and how the reactions to this concept were more than positive, now Audi is considering an exclusive small series limited to only 200 units. Ther are no info if the production version will have the same design of the Clubsport quattro. The Clubsport quattro is powered by a supped-up version of the S3’s 265Hp 2.0TFSI that delivers 300Hp to all four wheels. Light alloy wheels have 20" in dimension, and are intended to help keep weight (...)
Source: Stern
Posted on by Blas Nicusor
The sports character demonstrated by the exterior design is continued inside the car, where purity was also the driving element. Racing bucket seats are provided for both occupants. Together with four-point belts that are three inches wide, these offer both driver and passenger excellent support, even in extreme driving situations – on the racetrack, for example. The generous use of aluminum is characteristic of Audi. This starts with the steering wheel which is adorned with a twin-spoke (...)

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