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TT RS Coupé and TT RS Roadster

Do not forget to breathe.

Better take a deep breath before setting off, as the TT RS Coupé and the TT RS Roadster will leave you breathless. The newly developed 5-cylinder engine combines exhilarating driving pleasure with astounding engine sound. With 294 kW (400 hp) and a maximum torque of 480 Nm, the impressive TT RS Coupe and Roadster versions hit 100 km/h in just 3.7 and 3.9 seconds respectively, and then blast off to 250 km/h. For those feeling adventurous, top speed can be capped at 280 km/h. Discover the Audi design icon, sharpened by characteristic RS features.

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    Information about availability

    The Audi TT RS will be available on the European market by Autumn 2016 and is not currently configurable.

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A design icon
For over 15 years, the Audi TT has been known for its sporty, progressive design. In 2014, Audi presented the third TT generation. At first sight, the new TT feels taut and muscular, athletic and ready to pounce. Indeed, designers have re-interpreted the original TT lines - dating back to 1988 - under a modern view, while enriching them with many dynamic elements. Moreover, the TT RS exterior has been further refined with the usual RS fittings.
TT RS Coupé

The muscular and athletic design is a tell-tale sign of the astounding performance this machine can deliver. Its uncompromising motor-sport characters is underscored by numerous exterior details: The exterior mirror housing in carbon, the RS bumper with large side air intakes, and the RS sport exhaust system with oval tailpipes. The eight-piston callipers, responsible for the mighty bite of the brake system, can be painted red if so desired.

TT RS Roadster

Open up new perspectives: The soft top of the TT RS Roadster opens and closes in ten seconds - even while driving at up to 50 km/h. Optionally, you may add an electric wind deflector and neck-level heating for standard RS sports seats. The large single-frame carries a Quattro logo, and its honeycomb lattice produces a fearsome look. Air inlets underscore this style.