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2010 Audi TTS

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When the German automaker unveiled the Audi TTS in 2008 they wanted to give their sport coupe a more powerful look along with an aggressive design resulting in a TT that would drive like none other. After only two years of being in production, the Audi TTS is entering the 2010 model year better then ever with a 265 HP version of the 2.0 TFSI four cylinder along with a sharper tuned suspension. The TTS will be sold in both coupe and roadster bodies but will only be offered with two trim packages aimed at an upscale market: Premium and Prestige.

The TTS distinguishes itself from lesser models with a distinct front and rear fascia as well as LED driving lights and a set of slick 18 inch wheels. Meanwhile the suspension is upgraded to Audi’s magnetic ride control, a technologically advanced unit that constantly monitors what the vehicle is doing and then adapts the firmness of the suspension to suit anywhere from "Normal" to "Sport" driving needs. The TTS comes standard with the high output version of the direct injected 2.0 Liter making a maximum output of 265 HP and 258 lb-ft of torque.

The additional power and customized Quattro all wheel drive system helps the TTS accelerate from 0 to 60 MPH in only 4.9 seconds, a full second faster than the standard TT. Thanks to Audi’s advanced TFSI technology both the TTS Coupe and Roadster get as much as 29 MPG on the highway. That makes for one very sporty yet economical TT with the coupe starting at $45,900.

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2016 Audi TTS Coupe – Driven

2016 Audi TTS Coupe – Driven

The TT is all grown up

It was 1998 when the TT rolled off the assembly line for the first time. Its cutesy, rounded, toy-like shape looked like another take on the New Beetle idea. It came from the same automaker, after all. But compared to the original, the all-new 2016 Audi TT is a stark contrast of sharp lines and purposeful curves. Its menacing appearance gives off a more masculine vibe that pairs well with its powerful drivetrain and fighter jet cockpit.

This change didn’t happen overnight, though. The gradual progression from round to ripped can be seen through the TT’s lineage. The generation that gaps the original and the 2016 model shows signs of a squared-off jaw line and manicured five o’clock shadow, though nowhere near as striking as this new third generation.

But it’s not just a fresh face that’s new. Audi swapped in the new MQB platform that underpins the A3 and Volkswagen Golf. Extensive thinning of extra weight and the addition of more power makes the TT a better performer. Audi says more than 110 pounds were dropped between the second and third generations. In addition, more power (292 horses and 280 pound-feet of torque, to be exact) make the 2016 TTS a proper 2+2 sports coupe.

I recently had the chance to sample the 2016 TTS for a week on my home turf in Central Florida. The hot weather was perfect for the Pirelli summer performance tires shod on the beautiful 20-inch alloy wheels. The heat might not have been ideal conditions for the 2.0-liter TFSI four-cylinder, but it didn’t seem to mind.

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2016 Audi TT-S 120th Anniversary Edition by ABT Sportsline

2016 Audi TT-S 120th Anniversary Edition by ABT Sportsline

Special edition TT-S developed to celebrate tuner’s 120th birthday

ABT Sportsline is 120 years old. It’s a little hard to comprehend given how old the auto industry is as a whole, but it’s all true. The German tuning firm traces its roots all the way back to 1896 when it was founded as Auto-Abt. The firm has evolved over the years with the current iteration – Abt Sportsline GmBH – only forming in 1991. Despite the rather jagged history, ABT Sportsline still harkens back to 1896 as the year it officially came to existence, hence the celebration of its 120th anniversary.

To commemorate this incredible occasion, ABT Sporstline is presenting three special edition programs for three of Audi’s most popular vehicles: the TT-S, Q3, and the T6 van. This space is dedicated to the TT-S, the sportiest and without question the most performance-oriented of the three models. Following its usual blueprint, ABT Sportsline gave the TT-S a comprehensive kit that underscores the car’s sporting characteristics. The kit has an aerodynamic kit made mostly of carbon fiber. It also a comprehensive engine upgrade that includes three different stages, each with varying levels of power increases. Oh, and it also has those aftermarket floor mats that are staples in any ABT tuning kit.

The only downside to this tuning kit is its limited number. The tuner says that only 40 units of the TT-S 120th Anniversary Edition will be built. Pricing numbers have yet to be announced, but given the limited and unique nature of these TT-S models, expect each of the 40 units to sell for a premium relative to the price of the standard model.

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2015 Audi TTS Competition Edition

2015 Audi TTS Competition Edition

When Audi delivered the 2015 TTS Competition Edition to my driveway, I wasted no time in hopping in for some immediate seat time. Eager to see what it was about this car that made me more excited than Jay Lenos’ audience used to be, my girlfriend came along with me for the first drive. After asking lots of questions about the TTS’ power, pricing, target customers etc., she asked me what we were going to do if it snowed. I explained that even though it had 19-inch rims, it had good winter tires on it and one of the best all-wheel-drive systems to boot, so we’d probably be Ok.

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The New TT Roadster Enters Production in Audi's Hungary Plant

The New TT Roadster Enters Production in Audi’s Hungary Plant

It’s hard to believe that the Audi TT has been around for 16 years. Back in 1998, the first-generation TT coupe arrived around the same time the Titanic soundtrack was at the top of the music charts. Jack and Rose have long since been etched in our memories but the TT is still alive and quite frankly, more popular than ever before. This brings us to September 2014 when Audi officially pulled the covers off of the third-generation TT Roadster at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. It didn’t take long, two months in fact, for Audi to finally begin production of the all-new TT Roadster at the company’s factory in Győr, Hungary.

The ceremony, if you can even call it that, was attended by Audi AG chairman Rupert Stadler together with Hungary prime minister Viktor Orbán and Győr mayor Zsolt Borkai.

The significance of Audi’s Győr factory can’t be understated, now more than ever since the TT Roadster becomes the fourth production model to be built in the new factory, joining the A3 Sedan, the A3 Cabriolet, and the TT Coupe as proudly Hungarian made.

Audi commented at the 2014 Paris Motor Show that Germany was getting first dibs on the TT Roadster. As far as the U.S. is concerned, the 2016 Audi TT Roadster isn’t expected to arrive until the middle of 2015.

The good news is that the arrival of the TT Roadster will coincide with that of the more powerful TTS Roadster version. For now, we’re just excited that production of the car is up-and-running and the countdown to the car’s arrival in this side of the world has begun.

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Video: 2016 Audi TTS Coupe Testing At Nurburgring

Video: 2016 Audi TTS Coupe Testing At Nurburgring

If you’re in the market for an Audi TTS this year, you need to settle for a current-generation model, as the next iteration, which was unveiled at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, won’t go on sale until 2015. And that’s because the Germans are still busy working on the all-wheel-drive sports car, trying to figure out the best possible setup for optimum performance and handling. Due to its sporty nature, the TTS also needs a bit of track tuning, which is why Audi brought it to the Nurburgring track earlier this month.

The wet conditions weren’t exactly ideal for course testing or for an official lap time attempt, but that didn’t stop the company’s engineers from dropping the hammer on the Nordschleife. And in spite of its quattro system, the TTS was quite tail happy on the wet asphalt, showing that you don’t actually need rear-wheel-drive car to have some fun.

As a brief reminder, the upcoming Audi TTS sports a turbocharged, 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine under the hood, similar to the one found in the S3. Rated at 310 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque, the unit produces 40 horses more compared to the current mill, and enables to vehicle to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 4.7 seconds.

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Video: History of the Audi TT in Two Minutes

Video: History of the Audi TT in Two Minutes

Next year will mark a milestone for on of Audi’s key models, as the TT sports car will celebrate 20 years since it debuted as a concept in 1995. It’s hard to believe that the TT is that old, but it’s also a testament to how well-received the model has been since series production began back in 1998.

In that time, the TT has become one of Audi’s most popular models, having been used in a multitude of functions geared towards racing development and, yes, even autonomous driving.

With the arrival of the third-generation TT, the German sports car takes that next evolutionary step that adds another chapter to the car’s growing legacy. Truth be told, there is something to the belief that when legendary design meets superior technology, as the video says, legends are born.

No more is that statement any truer than with the Audi TT, a car that represents everything Audi stands for.

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2013 Audi TTS Competition

2013 Audi TTS Competition

Audi is celebrating the half-a-million mark in the production of the TT with the unveiling of a special edition TTS. Called the TTS Competition, Audi will limit the new special edition to only 500 units and it will put the model into production in October. In Europe, the new TTS Competition will add only €1,900 ($2,500) over the base TTS, which is priced from €46,700 ($62,000).

The first-generation Audi TT was unveiled in 1998 in the coupe version and one year later the roadster version debuted. The first TT remained in production until 2006 and one year later, Audi released the second generation. The first TTS version was unveiled at the 2008 Detroit Auto Show as the first S model in the TT range, then the TT-RS arrived a year later at the 2009 Geneva Auto Show.

Since its initial launch in 1998, Audi has sold a total of 500,000 TT models, which is proof that the model is a force to be reckoned with in the compact sports car market.

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2014 Audi TTS

2014 Audi TTS

To say that the second-generation Audi TT is on its last legs is a massive understatement. It’s barely getting by at this point, especially with the recent arrival of next-generation competitors, like the Porsche Cayman.

Granted, it’s all part of Audi’s eight-year cycle and since the second generation TT – including the TTS and TT-RS - arrived in 2006, it’s still on schedule to deliver generation three in 2014.

That’s the glass half-full way of looking at Audi’s TT lineup. The glass half-empty way of looking at it is that the second generation TT is still chugging along, with only minor upgrades given to the 2014 model.

We’re confident that Audi’s going to come strong with the next-generation TT. It always does. It’s just that we’ll all have to wait for that day to come.

For now, it’s just another TT facelift and to its credit, Audi did the best it could to give it that modern look. And sometimes, that really is the most it can do.

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Autonomous Audi TTS Pikes Peak will be Allowed on Public Roads

Autonomous Audi TTS Pikes Peak will be Allowed on Public Roads

The Autonomous Audi TTS Pikes Peak made its first high-speed test runs up Pikes Peak in Colorado back in 2010 and only now the car received the permission to run on the public roads of Nevada. This allows Audi to become the first automaker to receive a license to test its autonomous models on public roads. Sure, the first license went to Google, but the tech giant doesn’t count since it’s not an automaker.

Audi’s autonomous TTS was developed in cooperation with the Volkswagen Group Electronics Research Lab in Silicon Valley and Stanford University, and during its first test it completed the 156-turn, 12.42-mile Pikes Peak circuit in just 27 minutes.

The autonomous TTS uses two computers in its trunk – one running safety-critical algorithms using Oracle’s Real Time Java (Java RTS) and the other running vehicle dynamics algorithms. These two computers allow the car to handle mundane stop-and-go driving conditions, while allowing the driver to take control over car at any second.

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Video: Stanford's Shelley robo-race car hits the track

Video: Stanford’s Shelley robo-race car hits the track

Over the past three years, we’ve heard a great deal about Shelley, the autonomous Audi TT-S that was being co-developed between Stanford’s Dynamic Design Lab and the Volkswagen Electronics Research Lab.

Development for Shelley began back in 2009 and since then, the car has been blazing its trails, including its successful run up Pikes Peak in 2010.

Recently, Shelley was back in the hands of Stanford mechanical engineering Associate Professor Chris Gerdes who brought the car to the Thunderhill tracks for the latest round of high-speed tests and software upgrades. These new digs now instruct her when to brake, how tight to take turns, and when to punch the gas. Better yet, Shelley was able to complete the Thunderhill lap in under two and a half minutes, which isn’t stunningly fast, but otherwise impressive for a machine. Shelley is even getting close to the times achieved by actual human, professional drivers.

The testing is still far from completed and Shelley seems to gain new and more important layers in its quest to become one of the first fully autonomous cars. One particular sticking point that has yet to find a solution is the problem of getting a spinning wheel to grip the pavement akin to how it can recover from a slide on a patch of ice.

For now, testing and development for Shelley continues on. If you’re interested to see how the latest round of test runs went, you can check out the video above.

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2012 Audi TT-S Coupe S-Line Competition

2012 Audi TT-S Coupe S-Line Competition

The Audi TT-S Coupe has been pretty much overlooked in the German automaker’s line-up since the arrival of the R8 supercar. But even if that may be the case, the German automaker still sees potential in their baby sports car. So much so, in fact, that they’ve prepared a new trim for the TT-S, called the S-Line Competition.

This TT-S Coupe S-Line Competition carries a distinctive look - a little on the RS side of style - that owes itself to Audi’s S Line Sport pack. A wide palette of colors are available to give off that distinctive look, including Samoa Orange, Glacier White, Daytona Gray, and Misano Red. From there, the car will also be treated to specially designed bumpers, air inlets and side sills, S line badges, tailpipe trims, and a unique diffuser insert.

In addition, the program also features a fixed rear wing and high-gloss black details on the side mirrors, the diffuser insert, the tailpipe trims, and the rear wing spoiler. Last, but not least, the sports car was also fitted with a lowered suspension and a new set of 19" Rotor design wheels wrapped in 255/35 series tires.

Inside, the modifications feature new sport seats dressed in leather, perforated Alcantara upholstery, special door sill trims, an aluminum-look trim, a flat-bottomed steering wheel, and matte brushed aluminum.

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2011 Audi TTS

2011 Audi TTS

Along with the release of the TT version, Audi also revealed a facelift version for the more powerful Audi TTS. Like the TT, the TTS will also go on sale this summer with minor changes made to the price list.

The TTS is powered by a 2-liter TFSI engine, that now received a larger turbocharger and many additional modifications obtaining a total output of 272 hp (7hp more than the previous model) while the torque remains at 258.15 lb-ft of torque from 2,500 to 5,000 rpm. The sprint from 0 to 60mph is now made in 5.2 seconds while top speed is limited to 155 mph.

The TTS comes standard with the Audi magnetic ride adaptive shock absorber technology, the Sport button, and a high-performance brake system. The car also gets new 18-inch wheels with size 245/40 tires and a new grille combined with chrome air inlets. A new color combination – spectral silver/black – is available for the interior.

Updated 05/26/2010: Audi has revealed today new images of the Audi TTS Coupe version. The pictures reveal an amazing orange exterior color and an interior that combines orange with black. Delightful!

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2010 Audi TTS

2010 Audi TTS

When the German automaker unveiled the Audi TTS in 2008 they wanted to give their sport coupe a more powerful look along with an aggressive design resulting in a TT that would drive like none other. After only two years of being in production, the Audi TTS is entering the 2010 model year better then ever with a 265 HP version of the 2.0 TFSI four cylinder along with a sharper tuned suspension. The TTS will be sold in both coupe and roadster bodies but will only be offered with two trim packages aimed at an upscale market: Premium and Prestige.

The TTS distinguishes itself from lesser models with a distinct front and rear fascia as well as LED driving lights and a set of slick 18 inch wheels. Meanwhile the suspension is upgraded to Audi’s magnetic ride control, a technologically advanced unit that constantly monitors what the vehicle is doing and then adapts the firmness of the suspension to suit anywhere from "Normal" to "Sport" driving needs. The TTS comes standard with the high output version of the direct injected 2.0 Liter making a maximum output of 265 HP and 258 lb-ft of torque.

The additional power and customized Quattro all wheel drive system helps the TTS accelerate from 0 to 60 MPH in only 4.9 seconds, a full second faster than the standard TT. Thanks to Audi’s advanced TFSI technology both the TTS Coupe and Roadster get as much as 29 MPG on the highway. That makes for one very sporty yet economical TT with the coupe starting at $45,900.

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2009 Audi TTS Pikes Peak

2009 Audi TTS Pikes Peak

As we announced a few days ago, a group of scientists from Stanford University have created a robotic Audi TTS to race at Pikes Peak. Today Audi has revealed the official details on the car.

We are talking about a 2009 Audi TTS, powered by a 2.0L Turbocharged I4 DOHC engine that delivers 265 hp, and can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just 4,9 seconds, while top speed is limited to 155 mph.

The car is controlled via two independent systems: the initial controller development is being done on an XPC target using Matlab and Simulink which are the standard research tools from Stanford’s DDL. The final vehicle controls are being run on ruggedized custom built solutions running a Core2Duo CPU and Solaris operating system that is being developed in collaboration with Sun Microsystems.

Full details in the press release after the jump.

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Stanford creates robotic Audi TTS; hopes to race it at Pikes Peak

Stanford creates robotic Audi TTS; hopes to race it at Pikes Peak

Anytime you’re stopping on a red light and you see an Audi TTS beside you with no driver in sight, then consider yourself one of the lucky few to have seen the robotic Audi TTS that was developed by a group of scientists from Stanford University.

We all know that Stanford has had a long history of producing robotic cars but their latest pet project is far and away the most ambitious undertaking they’ve ever done. To be clear, the robotic Audi TTS is far more than just your run-off-the-mill robot vehicle – if you can even get away saying something like that. The folks from Stanford who created the technological marvel have plans on entering their autonomous ride to the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, a rigorous twenty-kilometer race for a car-driven driver, let alone a driverless vehicle. Ambitious as the challenge may be, the robotic Audi TTS clearly has something going for it, not the least of which is posting an ‘unofficial’ speed record for an autonomous car after posting speeds in excess of 130 mph.

We all keep talking about the future of vehicles, but advancements regarding automated driving have never reached this stage so you can bet your bottom dollar that this will not be the last time we hear from those folks from Stanford.

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2009 Audi TTS by Mcchip-DKR

2009 Audi TTS by Mcchip-DKR

The German ECU tuners, Mcchip-dkr, have come up with program that boosts Audi TTS’s 2.0 Liter TFSI’s output by over 40 HP to a maximum of 315 HP and raise the top speed to 275 Km/h for only 850 Euros. Adding some style to the more powerful Audi is a set of lightweight 19 inch O.Z. Ultraleggeras that bring the package price up to 3840 Euro.

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MTM built Audi TTS

MTM built Audi TTS

The German tuners MTM have just released their latest tuning package for the Audi TTS Quattro. The aesthetic upgrades to the TT consist of an 8 piece bodykit and the company’s signature 9 spoke Bimoto rims. The 2.0 liter TFSI engine in the MTM TTS has been boosted to produce 380 HP while 8 piston Brembo calipers handle stopping.

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2009 Audi TTS Coupe and Roadster

2009 Audi TTS Coupe and Roadster

Audi today announced pricing on the2009 TTS Coupe and Roadster. Sales will begin in late 2008 at a price of $45,500 for the TTS Coupe and $47,500 for the TTS Roadster.

The TTS is powered by a 2.0 TFSI engine that delivers (265 hp @ 6000 rpm and 258 lb.-ft. @2500-5000 rpm. The TTS Coupe races from 0-60 mph in 4.9 seconds, and achieves a combined fuel economy of 24 mpg. The TTS Roadster offers comparable performance with a 0-60 mph time of 5.1 seconds and a class-leading combined fuel economy of 24 mpg. Both version are electronically limited to 155 mph.

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Audi TTS by MTM

Audi TTS by MTM

Audi TT is maybe one of the most popular vehicle from the German manufacturer on the market. Audi recently launched its TTS, a sporty version of the TT featuring a 2.0 liter TFSI engine with 272 hp. Of course, there are people who are not satisfied by the factory cars and want a little more, these people choose MTM, one of the best Audi tuners on the market.

MTM unveiled today the new performance package for the Audi TTS and you know what this means: more power and better performance. The new power output of the engine is bumped 58 hp to a total 330 hp at 6240 rpm.

With the Quattro AWD system and connected to a 6-Speed S-tronic Direct-Shift gearbox the TTS has a top speed of 164 mph. To stop all this new power, MTM added a new set of Brembo brake disks, 380 x 34 mm drilled, 8-piston. Also a new set of 20” MTM Bimoto forged rims were added for better stability.

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Audi TTS by H&R

Audi TTS by H&R

Audi TTS, with its 272 hp and 2.0 liter petrol engine represents the ultimate sports car, with great performances and small fuel consumption. For those who want better handling for their car H&R, the well-known sports spring manufacturer offers for 236 euro, a new set of springs which lowers the car with over 30 millimeters.

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For those who want even more sportivity, the manufacturer can lower with 55 millimeters the car without loosing any comfort. The price of the second stage is of 1,188 euro. And of course, all the parts have TUV approval!

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Audi TTS by B&B

Audi TTS by B&B

B&B, the tuner specialized in Audi vehicles, unveiled its latest masterpiece: the 362 hp Audi TTS. In order to reach that amount of power, the tuning company offers 3 different levels of power: the first level offers 306 hp, second offers 324 hp while the 3rd is most important one offering 362 hp. With the 3rd level installed, the car is capable to sprint from 0-100 km/h in just 4.6 seconds while the top speed is limited to 280 km/h (173 mph)!

If you’re wondering how did the tuner obtain these kind of performances, you have to know that a special turbo loader was installed, together with a new sport exhaust system and high performance sports catalyst but also with the help of some ECU tweaking. In order to keep the oil temperature at a constant temperature, B&B offers a special oil cooling system, which meets the tuned engine’s requirements perfectly.

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2009 Audi TTS will be launched in USA at end of 2008

2009 Audi TTS will be launched in USA at end of 2008

The Audi TTS, launched in Detroit in January, will be coming to U.S. dealer showrooms in late 2008. Under its hood lies a two-liter TFSI high-performance engine delivering a mighty 265 hp in the U.S.. This intense power propels the TTS Coupe to 60 mph from a standstill in just 4.9 seconds and on to a governor-limited top speed of 155 mph. The Audi TTS is available as both a 2 + 2-seater coupe and as a roadster.

TTS will compete with BMW Z4 3.0si, Mercedes-Benz SLK350, Porsche Cayman and Porsche Boxster.

The TFSI engine in the TTS takes the two Audi technologies of gasoline direct injection and turbocharging and blends them to form a perfect partnership. Aside from its output of 265 hp in the U.S., it is its peak torque of 258 lb-ft, which is constantly on tap between 2,500 and 5,000 rpm, that makes the compact and lightweight four-cylinder unit so impressive.

Compared to the engine it was derived from, the two-liter power unit has been reengineered and strengthened in a number of key areas to ready it for operation in the TTS.

S tronic, which deploys two clutches, is capable of performing extremely quick gear shifts at high engine loads and rev speeds; consequently, the time taken to sprint from zero to 60 mph is cut by a further two-tenths of a second in both the Coupe and Roadster.

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Audi TT-S - official Car on the Isle of Man

Audi TT-S - official Car on the Isle of Man

Audi announced that the latest TT-S will be the official safety car
at the famous Tourist Trophy motorcycle races next month on the Isle of Man.

The latest and most powerful model in the iconic Audi TT range – the new 272 hp TTS – will make a fittingly dynamic debut in Britain. The most powerful ever production Audi TT coupe to date has been chosen by the TT organisers as the prestigious “Official Car” at this year’s world-famous event which runs from 24 May-6 June.

Audi paid homage to the legendary Tourist Trophy motorsport event of the same name in naming its “TT” sportscar. It is an event in which machines from one of its founding companies competed with considerable success in the spectacular Tourist Trophy race which was first staged on the Isle of Man in 1905.

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Audi TTS - European pricing announced

Audi TTS - European pricing announced

Audi announced pricing for the 2009 TTS that was launched earlier this year at the Detroit Auto Show. Pricing will start from 62.900 euro for the coupe version and 67.460 euro for the Roadster version.

The TTS is powered by a a two-liter TFSI high-performance engine delivering a mighty 200 kW (272 hp). This intense power propels the TTS Coupe to 100 km/h (62.14 mph) from a standstill in just 5.2 seconds and on to a governor-limited top speed of 250 km/h (155.34 mph).

Pricing are as follows: TTS Coupe, 6-speed manual €62.900, TTS Coupe, 6-speed manual Pro-Line €65.800, TTS S-Tronic €65.555, S-Tronic Pro-line €68.455; and for the roadtser: TTS Roadster, 6-speed manual €67.460, TTS Roadster, 6-speed manual Pro-Line €70.360, TTS Roadster S-Tronic €70.115 and S-Tronic Pro-line €73.015.

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Audi TT-S UK pricing announced

Audi TT-S UK pricing announced

Audi UK today announce pricing for the all new TTS: £33,380 for the Coupe version and £35,380 for the Roadster version. Orders stats now, while delivers will begin in early summer.

Under its hood lies a two-liter TFSI high-performance engine delivering a mighty 200 kW (272 hp). This intense power propels the TTS Coupe to 100 km/h (62.14 mph) from a standstill in just 5.2 seconds and on to a governor-limited top speed of 250 km/h (155.34 mph).

Extensive revisions to the acclaimed 2.0-litre turbo charged and directly fuel injected petrol engine that already powers the TT have enabled its power to be boosted from 200PS to 272PS and its torque from 280Nm to 350Nm, available between 2,500 and 5,000rpm. The optional S tronic dual-clutch automatic transmission reduces acceleration times by a further two-tenths of a second in both the Coupe and Roadster.

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