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Here are a few more holiday cards that have come in and were a must-have addition to our virtual holiday mantel. Above is a great shot from RSquattro (http://www.rsquattro.com). More can be found below from 034 Motorsport and AWE Tuning.
On hand in Pahrump, NV last month for the US market introduction of the Audi TT RS, quattro GmbH product czar Stephan Reil performs a quick intro of the latest RS car for North America. Watch below.
Paris car magazine L'Automobile is reporting today that Audi plans to bid a fond farewell to the current generation TT in the form of stripped down hardcore version with even more horsepower. If the French rumors are true, then details include a bump from 360 hp to 385 hp for the 2.5 TFSI. The story also suggests the car will drop some 125 lbs or more
Former Audi racecar driver and TT owner/enthusiast Don Istook recently took delivery of the very first TT RS to be placed in owner's hands here in the States recently and has shared the experience. Published over on Quattroworld, the piece highlights his own racing history here in the States and continues on to his new 2012 TT RS coupe. Read it after the jump.
Longtime TT enthusiasts need no introduction to the color Nimbus Grey. This subtly metallic shade was one of the most popular colors offered on the first generation TT. And, while quattro GmbH boss Stefan Reil tells us he's built an RS 5 with this color, this is the first time we've seen it painted on a newer TT... and a TT RS no less. The car was found for sale on Mobile.de (kind of like Germany's AutoTrader).
Just before the recent Geneva Motor Show, Fourtitude visited the Audi Lightweight Design Center (ALDC) in Neckarsulm and had a chance to test drive a few very interesting vehicles (more to come on that later). While on location for the drives, we encountered a comparative display between the aluminum hood of a standard TT S-line
Over the next few days we've got some On Location galleries to share from our recent pre-Geneva trip to Audi's factory in Neckarsulm and to the Lamborghini factory in Sant Agata Bolognese. First up is our gallery from the Audi Forum Neckarsulm.
As those familiar will know, the Audi Forum at the company's Neckarsulm facility features a delivery
Back in early February details about the upcoming 4.0T, including power figures for the A8 4.0T, S8, S6 and S7 were revealed when hackers examining the Volkswagen Group's ETKA parts database found references to these upcoming models. Turns out the method has proven fruitful again and details of an
We've just added a collection of photography from the 2011 Chicago Motor Show to our photo gallery section including photos of the new A6, A7 and TT RS. Chicago was the first time Audi chose to show the TT RS on its show stand and the car in question was a German-spec example built as closely to a US-spec car as one might do without fully modifying it to match.
We've got our first few iPhone photos from the Chicago Auto Show where Audi of America is debuting the Audi TT RS for the North American market. The US-spec TT RS is expected to arrive around the turn of the model year in an August-September timeframe.
From the looks of it this is still a German-spec TT RS. Nowadays outward production differences are harder to spot but US cars still usally feature amber reflectors