In a survey carried out on Facebook last month there were 11,500 fans who had registered their desire for the TT RS from Audi. This car was rated as the spicy hot result from Audi. Audi have now announced that this five cylinder coupe model would be arriving at the US market by the third
While the Audi TT-RS is brewing up a storm in the European market, its debut into the American market yet hangs in balance. The only reply that one receives from the makers of the sports car when asked when it can be seen chasing speed records on American soil is that its still ‘under consideration’.
As per the latest automotive news, the Audi TT-RS, which happens to be most powerful model of the car will undergo a gearbox upgrade with the new 7-speed dual-clutch S-tronic gearbox to become a standard fitment on the TT-RS from this autumn. The announcement was made at the Leipzig Auto Show where the new facelifted
Audi tuner MTM has released details about their power enhancements to the sporty TT-RS. In stock condition TT-RS produces 340 hp from a 2.5-liter 5-cylinder turbo engine. MTM adjusted engine control unit, and worked on the exhaust system.
Stock TT-RS with 340 hp and 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) 4.6 seconds is quite impressive. Avus Performance takes it a step forward by improving power and the look of the stock TT-RS. Avus Performance modifies the turbo, ECU software and the exhaust giving TT-RS 460 horsepower and 472 lb-ft of torque.
Swiss tuner Sportec has announced details about stage 1 performance kit for the new Audi TT RS. Power on the turbocharged 2.5-liter five cylinder engine is boosted from 340 hp(at 5400 rpm) to 400 hp(at 5800 rpm). Torque is increased from 450Nm at 1,600rpm to 544Nm at 2,650rpm.
German tuner Mcchip is one of the first to unveil tuning packages for the new Audi TT-RS. Stage 1 package(retuned ECU model) costs 899 euros and boosts the engine output from 340 hp and 450 Nm of torque to 380 hp and 550 Nm of torque. New top speed is 300 km/h (186 mph).