2011 Audi TT-RS Roadster by O CT

The Audi TT-RS will soon be headed to US shores and what’s better is that tuners are coming up with all kinds of packages for the luxury sports car that we will soon be able to take advantage of as well. The latest package comes from O.CT Company and takes the German sports car to a higher power with some handling improvements and an aesthetic upgrade.

While in its standard version, the Audi TT-RS develops a total of 340 HP and 450 NM of torque out of its turbocharged 2.5-liter engine, but O.CT has taken that power to a total of 420 HP and 570 Nm. In order to get this 80hp bump, the tuner opted for changing the hardware components in conjunction with the reprogramming of the vehicle’s electronics. The conversion kit used includes a stainless steel exhaust system including silencer and rear silencer with control valve, a charge air cooler kit, and a revised management of the TFSI engine.

For the exterior, the package adds forged 20-inch 5 twin-spoke alloy rims that only weigh 13.8 kg. There is also a new KW coilover suspension V3 that provides "agility in (almost!) any situation."

The makeover by O.CT Company is good, but we prefer the 472 HP engine update provided by MTM in their Audi TTRS Clubsport solely for the higher power output. If it was based on looks, then the O.CT package would win hands down.


The design of its wheels is so cool with this vehicle, and it really looks great on its white body paint. I also love the fact that it is a roadster vehicle that had a nice and an impressive engine output.

Wow! This TT-RS Roadster is so cute and I also noticed its decent appearance which I found so appealing and attractive. And, I have to agree that it is already looking great on its hygienic look.

I love the interior touch of this e-tron a3, so refreshing in my eyes and cozy but as for the exterior, it is not impressive at all. I found it kinda ugly.

O CT really did a nice job on this one. The white paint really did the job in emphasizing the shape of the car, and the tires fit out well.

The difference between the M3 and TT is the weight issue. I like the the TT but
I’m afraid that i will choose another and find a less under steering! This one would the could be a competitor of SLK!

Oh, nice take on the TT-RS. I really like it that this one doesn’t have all the fancy trimmings and stayed close to the roadster looks, actually makes it stand out more.

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