Ingolstadt, 23. February 2009 – Two years ago, Audi had the last funfzylinder in the program. The Audi RS2 was in collaboration with Porsche and was based on an Audi 80 Avant. 315 hp did the rank-Funfzylinder turbomotor at that time. Now the Audi TT RS is in the march and also the should have been a funfzylinder under the hood for the first time since 1996. The TT RS is at the Geneva Auto Salon (5. to 15. Marz 2009) shown for the first time.
In less than five seconds
The turbo direct injector develops a power of 340 hp from 2480 cubic centimeter displacement. This corresponds to a liter output of 137.1 hp per liter. The maximum torque of 450 Newton meters is between 1600 and 5300 tours. The standard sprint at Tempo 100 takes 4.6 seconds. This is almost a second faster than the previous classprimus Porsche Cayman S Sport with 303 hp. The Zuffenhausen presses in 5.4 seconds from zero to 100 km / h. The Ingolstadter promises an electronically directed highest speed of 250 km / h for the all-wheel drive TT RS. For a surcharge, it can be raised to 280 km / h. Consumption give Bayern with 9.2 liters.
Ten millimeters deeper
A serial sport key, which, if desired, let the exhaust even hearty blades and changes the characteristic of the engine, underscores the sporty character as the series-maby sports suspension. It puts the body of the TT RS by ten millimeters deeper and has a tight tuning matching for the engine performance. Contact the strain 18-inch rider with tires of the rough 245/45. Behind it hide powered disc brakes with a diameter of 370 millimeters on the front axle and 310 millimeters behind.