Sportec is a tuner well-known for its customization programs for Porsche models. Their SP580 kit for the 911 Turbo was quite a hit and with that type of model in their tuning lineup, they would be hard pressed to find a different brand to exude such excellence. Of course, that doesn’t mean they are not going to try. For this tuning experiment, APS Sportec has turned their attention to another sport model from the Volkswagen Group line-up: the Audi TT-RS.

Sportec wanted to give the Audi TT-RS a more sporty look so they decided to add new carbon fiber parts, including a carbon rear wing and a carbon fiber gas cap. Combined with the usual yellow, red, white or blue exterior color, this gives the TT-RS a very cool look. All the new parts are available via local Sportec dealerships.

Most likely this is just the first step in tuning the TT-RS, but we expect to see a full program for the German sports car that will offer the same performance value as any Porsche tuned by Sportec. Why not? Maybe even updating the horsepower to incredible lengths as done in the standard 340 HP Porsche is in the cards. If you don’t remember, they were able to boost the power of the Porsche 911 Turbo to an amazing 580 HP.

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Source: Audi Blog

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6 comments:

  (1023) posted on 06.24.2010

They also launched Stage One engine performance upgrade for the turbocharged five cylinder engine of the small sports car.

  (387) posted on 06.23.2010

nice.. eventhough it’s already in the box they still revive it.. this might save some money for the design teams.

  (434) posted on 06.22.2010

for sure this will cut some extra weight of the TT.

  (515) posted on 06.21.2010

Looks more sporty to that carbon fiber, I guess this one is ready for battle or just waiting for some battle.

  (808) posted on 06.21.2010

lovely... i really like the looks of the carbon fiber specially when fitted to a color yellow or red car..

  (417) posted on 06.20.2010

Cool! They even offering a carbon fiber for the audi TT-RS.

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