2018 Audi TT RS Changes, Specs, Release Date
2018 Audi TT RS first revisited in 1999 and we must tell you that it was actually a great car that can be the alternative for you who want Volkswagen GTI. Both of the cars share much especially for the mechanical details. As far as we know, the GTI couldn’t keep with their three-box automobile especially for its globe and TT completed it with the Bauhaus-inspired concept. It is true that Audi boosted the design of TT especially for its functionality over the GTI with the benefit of aesthetic look.
It will come out with recognizable design styling. To give fresh look, 2018 Audi TT RS will receive a brand new front fascia and bigger air consumption for its lesser corners. The egg-crate grille and the more noticeable lower looter are also added. Around the rear side, there will be larger exhaust pipes with its iconic diffuses and set rear wing.
How about the cabin? It is quite potential for 2018 Audi TT RS to come with the sporty seats and wide changes such as diamond-pattern cushioning features contrast sewing for its lavish look. The console cover for its dashboard and the armrests will be covered with leather upholstery. For its display, there will be 12.3-inch of high definition screen that can be used as configurable guitar seat and the enhanced monitor supports you to get information about the engine power as well as torque, temperatures, individual tires’ stress and the last is side as well as longitudinal velocity.
The third generation was launched in 2014 with the hostile face fascia and overhauled variation of five-cylinder motor with 2.5 liter to make the car able to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds. Everything started from the reworked motor, lighter crankshaft, aluminum block and lightweight aluminum oil pump. The company also adds magnesium higher septic tank and other things to cut the motor weight for about 52 pounds. This is important because it will be front-wheel drive car. In addition, the cylindrical tube head will be modified with the variable-valve lift and duration unit presented by Audi to complete the exhaust camshaft with the different mechanism from Honda’s VTEC unit. The use of port energy injection completes the current arrangement so that it can boost the pressure slammed from 181 to 19.6 psi. Therefore, the output can be enhanced from 300 to 400 hp and from 343 lb-ft to 354 lb-ft of torque power for 2018 Audi TT RS.
2018 Audi TT RS might be released in the end of 2017 with the base price not more than $70,000.