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Home to one of the nation's largest population centers, the windy city also boasts the largest consumer attended auto show in the nation. From a news perspective, the Chicago Auto Show may play second fiddle to towns like Detroit and New York, but the combination of consumer focus and a fantastic facility (McCormick Center), we still always find this event a pleasure to cover.
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