Audi: Company Reveals New TT RS With 400-Horsepower Engine
Here is new TT model features a five cylinder engine with 400 horsepower and dual-clutch transmission. The Audi RS is expected to launch in Europe this fall for about 75,000$.
Audi says the redesigned engine puts out 400 HP and 354 lb-ft of torque, every last bit of it accessible somewhere around 1,700 and 5,850 RPM. That is up from 360 HP in the last auto, sufficient to make the TT RS Coupe go from zero to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds. The Roadster does it in 3.9. Rad. Power goes, obviously, to each of the four wheels by means of the quattro all-wheel drive framework.
There is a drawback for the perfectionists out there. Audi says the new TT RS puts shut down with a seven-speed S tronic double grasp gearbox; there’s no notice of a manual transmission by any means, dissimilar to the last model.
That is a colossal bummer, yet not astounding. Audi’s been quite light on manual gearboxes all in all of late. Ask the new A4, S3 and R8 where their third pedals are.
Be that as it may, whatever is left of the bundle resembles a genuine uproar. The auto goes discounted in Europe this fall. We ought to discover more about the U.S. showcase later.