Audi has revealed the new TT RS Coupe and Roadster models, which will be officially debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month. Cars have equipped with a new turbocharged 5-cylinder engine with point-infusion and a space of 2.5-liters.
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As a result, the effect is an output of 340-horspower and a greatest torque personage of 450 Nm or 331.9-lbs/ft. The sportiest TT ever uses Audi’s quattro all-wheel drive system with ability being transferred through a six-hurry manual gearbox. In language of performance, Audi says that the TT RS will accelerate from zilch to 100 km/h (62 mph) in under 5,0 seconds with its top speed being electronically narrow to 250 km/h or 155 mph.
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Ingolstadt’s engineers also beefed up the TT RS’s braking method and revised the car’s suspension and electronic stability direction systems.
On the slim, the TT RS gets a fairly slight cure over the 272HP TT S typical that includes vaguely bigger front air vents, a distinctive rear diffuser, a permanent boot spoiler and twin-beam alloy wheels. Inside, there’s a leather multifunction sports steering turn and sports seats in a combination of Alcantara and leather.
Both the TT RS Coupe and Roadster will be available in European markets during the following district of the year. To the misfortune of North American buyers, Audi has not standard the TT RS for U.S. launch.