The Audi TT RS has made its global debut at the ongoing Beijing Auto Show. The car was revealed in two body styles - Coupe and Roadster.
The new sportscar from Audi has just got hotter thanks to what the carmaker has done to its appearance. The car gets a sportier body kit, features large vents, a hexagonal single-frame mesh grille, Matrix LED headlights, 20-inch forged rims, a new rear wing and chrome plated wing mirror caps. The Audi TT-RS now features OLED tail lamps, making it the first product in the Audi product range to get this feature. The Coupe as well as the Roadster version can be had in nardo gray and catalunya red exterior colours as seen in the pictures.
The cabin boasts of a performance themed Audi Virtual Cockpit display, a new flat-bottomed steering wheel with start-stop button, Audi drive select and gear paddles. The MMI navigation plus with MMI touch and a Bang & Olufsen sound system takes care of your infotainment needs.
Powering the Audi TT RS is a 2.5-litre five-cylinder TFSI mill that churns out 400bhp of power and 480Nm of torque. This engine comes mated to a seven-speed S-Tronic transmission and sends the power to all the wheels through the Quattro AWD system. The 0-100kmph sprint is done in 3.7seconds (3.9seconds for the Roadster), before achieving an electronically-limited speed of 250kmph.
Audi will put the TT RS on sale in Europe this fall and then introduce it across global markets eventually. For the European market, the Coupe will cost €66,400 (Rs 49,82,724) and the Roadster will be priced at €69,200 (Rs 52,09,271).