World renown VAG tuner, ABT Sportline, has released an all-new performance exhaust for the Audi TTRS and RS5 models.

Anyone who drives an extremely sporty car of the caliber of an Audi RS5 or Audi TT-RS likes acoustics which suit the performance potential of their racer. Owners of premium cars from Ingolstadt expect a sound that represents the power of the car without being too loud, and is also produced in the best possible quality.

For the RS5 and TT-RS, ABT Sportsline has developed an exhaust system which meets the high demands of their customers: the sound is a lot more powerful and striking over all speed ranges and seems even more dynamic. At the same time it complies with the legally prescribed maximum noise levels. The good acoustics which will amaze fans of sporty vehicles suit both the RS racing sound and everyday driving. Thanks to the high-quality stainless steel technology the exhaust system is extremely robust and durable – an investment in a long car life full of driving enjoyment.

The new exhaust system from ABT Sportsline consists of middle and rear mufflers, which run from the catalytic converter to the rear of the vehicle. With this placement, the system fits perfectly with the Audi design as the standard appearance is retained. The result is simple; the unmistakable RS look plus a powerful ABT sound and performance gain that allow the special set-up to be ideal for everyday use.

ABT Sportline RS5 Exhaust sound


Source: ABT Sportsline

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  (477) posted on 04.5.2011

Aha! I think it has the same concept with the Sound racer. Still though, i couldn’t understand the concept. can’t they produce their own sound? Natural noise sounds better.

  (677) posted on 10.10.2010

Probably has something to do with (in this case, anyway) 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.

  (939) posted on 10.6.2010

355? Testarossa is way better looking than that. This is a gorgeous car - but I like the 250GT better.

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