Audi Tt Rs
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Design tweaks define the new model.
Even more is available with E85, but isn't warrantied.
We love the 2018 Audi TT RS. We love its 400 horsepower turbocharged inline-five, its seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and its clean, driver-focused interior. Still, there's always room for improvement and refinement. It seems Audi agrees, as a refreshed version of Audi's hottest little coupe was spotted lapping the Nürburgring with some updated bodywork.
Pricing for the performance parts will be announced soon.
Audi's new five-cylinder engine makes more power than a Porsche 718 Cayman S.
You can also drive the RS3 and TT RS.
The RS treatment looks good on the Audi TT. It drives even better.
A quick recap of some of the weeks hottest stories. Eddie Sabatini reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute Weekly Recap.
Audi revealed its 400 HP 2017 TT RS at the Beijing Motor Show this week. We got looks at both the coupe and convertible. The TT RS will have a 5-cylinder engine, Audi Quattro, and can reach 62 MPH in as little as 3.7 seconds.
Spied lapping the Nurburgring Nordschleife is the forthcoming Audi TT RS Roadster, ready to take on the Mercedes-AMG SLC43 and Porsche 718 Boxster S.
Last year, we reported that Audi was exploring other engines for the R8. This report may confirm the V6 is coming, along with other interesting tidbits.
The next-generation Audi TT RS will be more powerful, but won't come with the option of a manual transmission.
It was a small field of five. The stands were completely empty. And yet, the 2012 TTXGP World Championship was pretty frickin' awesome.
Audi has introduced an S Line Competition version of the TT that dresses things up with the S Line sport and exterior packages, plus a few extra features at reduced cost. Globally, it can be fitted to any TT with up to 211 horsepower, which for us means the standard 2.0 TFSI coupe since we don't get the diesel or smaller gas engines.
It was only a matter of time, folks. As soon as Audi finalized its purchase of the Ducati brand, we knew to expect a slew of comparison tests pitting the German automaker's finest wares against the two-wheeled exotica rolling out of Italy's best-known motorcycle maker.
The 2012 Audi TT RS Plus has officially bowed at the Geneva Motor Show. The stunning little coupe packs the same 360 horsepower and 343 pound-feet of torque as the TT RS we know and love here in the States, but with around 100 fewer pounds to lug around. Audi still isn't saying where the weight savings comes from, though we'd wager the coupe boasts lighter seats and less crash garb than its U.S. counterpart. Even with the all-wheel drive coupe's slimmer curb weight, the TT RS Plus still does the