Audi TT Clubsport Concept is a 592 BHP monster
The TT has been one of the most iconic cars for the four-ringed manufacturer Audi. The two-door sports coupe went into production for the international market in the year 1998. Since then, the iconic roadster has always been one of the most important cars for Audi and holds a big snob value in the mind of car buyers across the world.
The latest Audi TT to be welcomed is an all new Clubsport concept car that will be revealed at the Worthersee Tour Festival later this week. This particular TT is powered by a 2.5-litre, 5-cylinder engine which gives out a whopping 592 BHP and 649.4 Nm of torque.
This particular model is not a conventional TT. It has major modifications done to the body, making it more aerodynamic and all of the interiors have been stripped out in order to keep the weight of the sportscar to a minimum of 1396 kgs. The body is also wider by 14 cms to the conventional TT and gets a manually adjustable rear spoiler (or wing rather) that has been picked up directly from the TT Cup racing car. Lightweight racing bucket seats with four point harnesses, a titanium roll-cage, 370 mm carbon-ceramic brakes and 20 inch alloy wheels having a vast 275-section rubber tyre also feature on this special edition concept.
Inspired by the 90 IMSA GTO from the 1980s, the TT Clubsport has the same engine that can be found on the normal RS3 and RS Q3. But an upgraded electronic turbocharger and 48 V electric compressor is additionally found on the meanest looking TT till date.
The fastest TT that can be found in the production line is the S model, which produces 306 BHP. This car can hit the 100 km/hr mark in 4.6 seconds and can reach an electronically limited top speed of 250 km/hr. The Clubsport on the other hand takes just 3.6 seconds to reach 100 km/hr and can go all the way upto 310 km/hr. So think about that!
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