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.
Think of what it could have done in a smaller Audi R8 off-shoot.
After years of ever more expensive sportscars, we work through the idea of a more affordable, less powerful version of the Porsche 718 Boxster and Cayman here in the US.
A new report calls out Toyota, FCA, VW, and Mitsubishi for continuing to sell new vehicles in the US that have defective Takata airbags.
A quick recap of some of the weeks hottest stories. Eddie Sabatini reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute Weekly Recap.
March 2016 was not good for Germany's sports cars, as two of the best, the Audi TT and Porsche 911, were outsold by the Ford Mustang in their home market.
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.
The British site CarWow commissioned these incredible renders of many of our favorite cars, SUVs, and even a Rolls-Royce as WRC competitors.
Audi prepares a special TT concept for this year's GTI festival at Worthersee in Austria, packing a pair of electric turbochargers to boost output up to 600 horsepower.
In many ways, we're living in a golden age of automotive performance. After all, it's possible to show up at a Dodge dealer, hand over about $60,000 and storm away with a 707-horsepower Challenger Hellcat. Or for those who prefer a touch more luxury, the BMW M4, Mercedes-AMG C63 and latest Cadillac ATS-V offer between 425 and 503 horsepower, depending on your pick, with a bit more poshness. However, none of these powerful vehicles fit the classic definition of a two-place, droptop sports car, an
With the original TT, Audi arguably valued style over substance. The equation reversed – at least to an extent – with the second-generation model. But with this latest MkIII version, the German automaker appears to have finally imbued its compact sports car with the performance to back up its runway looks.
'Tis the season of chocolate, and as we sit at our desks eating entirely too many Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, we're left salivating over this particular Audi TT. Aside from the fact that it's the new, third-generation model, which is a darn desirable in and of itself, it's also covered in chocolate. Yes, chocolate.