Audi revised its two top models of the TT range, the TT RS and the TT RS Roadster. The visual changes are noticeable, but anything other than striking. The Front and rear have been re-drawn and thus act even more distinctive than before. New glossy black honeycomb grille with its Matt black frame.

Bigger than before, also the air intakes are at the Front, behind which additional water cooler. At the rear, there is in addition to a newly designed rear skirt with the vertical, indicated air OLED outlets on request-rear lights and a fixed rear wing. “The new TT RS is in the best shape,” says Michael-Julius Renz, managing Director of Audi Sport.

award-winning five-cylinder engine

Technically, everything remains after the Revision, however, the Old – and that’s good! The turbocharged five-cylinder engine with 2.5 liters of displacement – awarded already for the ninth Time in a row with the coveted “International Engine of the Year Award” – is still 400 HP and a maximum of 480 Nm.

in order for the double-accelerated-seater four-wheel drive in 3.7 seconds to 100 kph and up to 280 km/h is fast. Renz: “For outstanding Performance, the low weight and the maximum sport-tuned suspension.”

the driver in the center point

Also particularly sporty the standard progressive steering system is tuned, while the TT-RS, a prospective buyer of, among other things, the choice between 19 or 20-inch alloy-wheels. On request, the sport-tuned suspension with adaptive dampers with Magnetic Ride technology is available. As before, the instrument is tailored to the Audi TT RS alone on the driver.

A Central Display in the middle of the dashboard for satnav, Sound and other settings is also missing. If the five-cylinder sound acoustically once is not enough should inspire, the “Bang & Olufsen”sound system with an output of 680 watts. The revised Audi TT RS is starting next week can be ordered and will be available from April at dealerships. The price of the coupe starts from 88’200, the Roadster 91’400 Swiss francs.