Audi has revealed the TT Quattro Sport Concept at this year's Geneva Motor Show. The face of the TT concept is defined by the massive trapezoidal grille, huge air intakes and a carbon-fibre reinforced polymer front splitter which helps in increasing downforce. The matrix headlights have received an LED upgrade.
The side has 20-inch rims shod with semi-slick rubbers and bold wheel arches. The roofline has a beautiful dome shape giving the occupants good amount of headroom and extending to the back of the vehicle with a wide rear windscreen affording excellent all-round visibility. The lower end of the body is done in CRPF, same as on the front splitter and rear diffuser. Sharp, taut and clean shoulder line flows all the way from the front to the rear of the vehicle adding a touch of dynamism.
The rear has the traditional TT styling with the five line diffuser, two large round tail pipes accommodated in the diffuser and a fixed spoiler. Air outlets are positioned at each end of the tail beneath the lights.
The rear has the traditional TT styling with the five line diffuser, two large round tail pipes accommodated in the diffuser and a fixed spoiler.
The engine powering this car is Audi's acclaimed 2.0litre, four cylinder TFSI engine, which produces 420PS of maximum power output and a torque figure of 450Nm. This engine coupled with Audi's S-tronic dual clutch transmission and a kerb weight of 1344 kgs, rockets the car from 0-100kmph in a claimed 3.7 seconds.
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