Saturday, April 11, 2009

Audi TT spy photos

Audi will use a single turbo – not the twin-turbo set-up that other media have speculated upon.

Audi TT spy photos

Audi TT spy photos



Audi TT RS: where it fits in!

Audi TT RS roadster spy photos

Audi TT RS roadster spy pics



Audi TT rear view

Audi TT rear view



Audi TT black

Audi TT black



They are likely to cost around £40,000 when sales start in July 2009 after a Geneva motor show debut.

2 comments:

Jack said...

Hey awesome post....Audi is simply amazing car and it is awesome....I love Audi...:)

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Ali munir said...

Does anyone have any input on the
Mercedes ecu upgrads available by Renntek or the other tuners? Is the 25 HP increase noticeable enough in acceleration or is the extension in redline unusable or a decrease in performance because the torque has topped out? I know the Renntek ECU raises the top speed to above 180. Also under normal service is the upgrade detected by the dealer when you have routine service?