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2011 Audi TTRS Clubsport by MTM

Do you remember the Audi RS6 Clubsport package MTM revealed last year? It was 730hp of sheer awesomeness, and now MTM is bringing out that same package for the Audi TT-RS . The power output may not be as extensive as the RS6 , but the exterior modifications will absolutely turn some heads.

The Audi TT-RS will be revealed when the Geneva Motor Show opens its doors this week, so MTM gave away very little in terms of TT-RS package details. The Clubsport package is their biggest upgrade for the TT-RS and it received a 472 HP engine update. This update was accomplished with a modification of the control unit, an MTM turbo charger, and a new MTM exhaust system. With this upgrade, the TTRS Clubsport will sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 3.9 seconds and hit a top speed of 198 mph.

For the exterior the tuner is offering the same black-orange-white paint combination with racing elements and a new set of 20" Bimoto wheels.

More details will be revealed when the Audi TTRS Clubsport is revealed this week at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show!



6 comments:

472 horsepower is quite good but not great for this race car. I don’t think that it could already beat its competitor with that engine output. Moreover, I love the graphic design of this vehicle.

what i love about this car is it work in progress. In their previous model i was complaining about the hood seriously they need some major refinement for it. But now MTM, come up with this carbon fiber hood that make it more safer!

I really like the work that they did on this one. The TT is probably one of the most tunable of Audi’s lineup, so it was really good to see MTM making the most out of that feature.

Now, that’s really a good looking touring car. Audis are really good base cars for this kind of tuning. And it seems that the parts fit it perfectly.

its a nice car, but like the evora way its overpriced, its’ going to cost as much as a rs5,
better to get a used wrx and boxster.

The massive weight and tire-grinding under steer of current S4 and S5, which is hardly made better by shoehorning a V8 under the hood.

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