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Audi TT RS Coupé

Audi TT RS Coupé

Audi Sport hones the top model of the TT model series: With an even more dynamic look, the new TT RS showcases with confidence what it has to offer. Its five-cylinder engine delivers 400 metric horsepower, accompanied by the unmistakable five-cylinder sound. The Coupé and Roadster will be found at dealers in Germany and other European countries from spring of 2019 on. Prices for the Coupé start at EUR 67,700. The Roadster starts at EUR 70,500.


Technical details

Audi TT RS Coupé (294 kW)
Engine type Inline 5-cylinder engine
Displacement in cc / bore x stroke in mm / compression 2480 / 82.5 x 92.8 / 10.0
Max. power output in kW (hp) / at rpm 294 (400) / 5850 - 7000
Max. torque in Nm (lb-ft) / at rpm 480 (354.0) / 2250 - 5850
Top speed in km/h (mph) 250 (155.3)
Acceleration, 0-100 km/h (0-62.1 mph) in sec 3,7
Combined fuel consumption in l/100km 8.5
Combined CO2-emissions in g/km 194 - 193
Unladen weight according to EU (excluding driver) / (including driver) / gross weight limit in kg (lb) 1475 (3251.8) / 1550 (3417.2) / 1875 (4133.7)
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Audi TT RS Coupé (294 kW)

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