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2011 Audi TT GT Coupe by Kahn Design

It was only a month ago that Kahn Design unveiled the TR8 - an Audi TT inspired by the R8 sports car . Now the tuner is releasing another package called the TT GT that promises a more powerful driving experience. It still involves an Audi TT dressed up like an R8, but this time the tuner focused on replicating the R8 GT .

The Audi TT was redone with new front and back vented bumpers with mesh inserts and a new front grille that mirror the ones found on the R8. The R8 style side blades and billet steel finish door mirrors that are instantly recognizable on the R8 were also put in to transform the TT, as were the rear spoiler and stainless steel quad exhaust system. The modifications continue on the interior with a Kahn Speedo, rev counter, and ivory quilted leather interior with red stitching.

So far this tuning kit has followed the same pattern as Kahn’s previous package, but they did promise a better driving experience so more was definitely added. The Audi TT GT was hooked up with sports lowered suspension springs, a front lower bumper lip in billet steel finish, and a new set of 20 -inch RSV alloy wheels.

So, if you have an Audi TT and are thinking of upgrading, an R8 look-a-like would most certainly be the way to go. For an extra £19,875 - or about $31,750 at the current exchange rates - you too could be driving an R8. Well, sort of.



18 comments:

I think that Kahn made a good choice by working on the TT. That car definitely deserves a lot of attention from the tuners, and the result of this one is simply outstanding.

I would say that it looks great, though I cannot figure out on the drama behind with those side plates. Audi looks great even without blings!

The platform design is really a promising one. I’m so impressed with this TT GT coupe by kahn Design. Benjie klien were right kahn design had nothing more to offer. It is already perfect!

200 horsepower? That is too bad for this coupe! The fact that it is a sports vehicle, I don’t think that it will be good enough on this one. However, I must say that I’m so impressed on its precise exterior.

this version of car Audi TT is awesome with just 5.9 seconds it can travel 60mph.

Exotic and exceptional design. It became prominent, on its silver stainless style. But I like it more on its red, creative and playful choice of color.

Kahn Design, is really one of the best and perfect, just like what others say. I bet that it had lots of prospective dealers that really can’t wait for this TT GT coupe.

The platform design is really a promising one. I’m so impressed with this TT GT coupe by kahn Design. Benjie klien were right kahn design had nothing more to offer. It is already perfect!

The styling of the car is quite impressive and it seems Kahn Design has nothing more to offer. I think it would be better to less consider this car for it doesn’t offer any boost in the power output.

this original production of the car have an impressive speed performance. Well, the modification in the exterior is good but it would be better if they have offer a engine upgrade for this car.

This version simply describes the whole thing that Kahn Design can do. Its a very good design for an Audi TT GT Coupe.

I am really all that surprised that they were able to make the TT into this one. I would say that I love that car on its own, but they were actually able to make it even better.

There’s only one thing that I can say about these cars: pretty. I actually love the gray one, since that’s my favorite color, but both really do stand out a lot.

Actually, I think that Kahn made a good choice by working on the TT. That car definitely deserves a lot of attention from the tuners, and the result of this one is simply outstanding.

So, Kahn is actually releasing two versions of this baby. Well now, that one is pretty neat. And both actually look very good, making it hard to choose which one to go for.

Hey, this one really looks very nice. I like the color that they have chosen for this one, it really makes the car stand out well. Also love the wheels.

Its kind of disappointing that Kahn Design focused on replicating the Audi R8! Why don’t they choose that model instead. So, what’s the essence of this aftermarket version anyway? And BTW, this version would be better if they have remove those side plates.

It seems that Kahn Design was so excited to be the first one to make a aftermarket version for this car!haha Anyways, I would say that it looks great though I cannot figure out on the drama behind with those side plates. Audi looks great even without blings!

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