At the 2014 Geneva motor show Audi unveiled the third generation model. This from the ground up is an all-new car despite being proportionally similar to the one that preceded it, but the Germans take a lot of pride in the engineering potential on their new chassis which is based upon VW’s MQB platform. To show just what the TT is capable of Audi has shown the world an extreme concept variation of their sports car.
Named the Audi TT Quattro Sport Concept, this pumped up model produces 414BHP and 332lb ft of torque from its 2.0 litre turbo petrol engine. That turbo now achieves 1.8bar of boost. The increase in power means that the Audi TT Quattro Sport Concept can get from 0-62MPH in 3.7 second. That is supercar territory! This Quattro Sport is all wheel drive and transfers its power to the ground through a six speed dual clutch gearbox. Now with a fixed rear wing and more aggressive body, let’s see someone call it a hairdressers car.
Inside this TT mimics the 2014 model but adds alcantara for a slightly sportier flare.