Can you believe it? Audi TT has been driven for 10 years. To mark this, Audi has revealed the most performance focused version of its iconic sports car, the TTS Quattro. The TTS made its debut this week at the Detroit auto show and features up-rated brakes, suspension and more power. The current TT’s 2.0-litre, direct injection, turbo FSI engine has been improved to massive boost power from 197bhp to 268bhp, and torque from 280Nm to 350Nm, available from 2500 to 5000rpm. This gives the TTS a 0 to 100km/h time of 5.4 seconds and a top speed of 250Km/h.
The power steering has been modified to make it more direct, larger brakes have been fitted and Audi’s magnetic ride Monroe adaptive damping system is standard. The TTS can be recognized by its new front apron with larger air intakes, bi-xenon headlights with Audi signature LED daytime running lights and the aluminum look door mirror. From the side, deeper skirts and special 18in alloy rims can be noticed.
This car seems powerful with a very nice look. I hope i own one soon!