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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

By Kriti Gupta

Beijing Motor Show 2016: Audi unveils TT RS 2016

Audi TT RS Side View

The ongoing Beijing Motor Show 2016 is witnessing fantastic and nail biting creative initiatives by renowned car makers across the world, revealing the futuristic concept of car that will dominate international car market in coming years. In the same series German car maker Audi has pulled off curtains from its most powerful sports car TT RS during the show. The new avatar of this sports car has been showcased in both coupe and roadster editions. According to sources of car maker with this new version of TT RS it has marked its presence in the province of super car by offering perfect mix of power and speed. The TT RS coupe will touch the notch from standstill to 62 mph in the span of 3.7 seconds while its roadster version will touch same mark in duration of 3.9 seconds, followed by top notch of 174 mph.
Audi TT RS Steering Wheel
Under the skin it receives improved 2.5 litre five cylinder turbo engine that is capable of boosting power between 335 bhp and 394 bhp and makes used of both direct and indirect fuel injection system. According to sources of Audi it has succeeded in maintaining proper balance with enthusiastic and boosting sound of this sport car along with improved performance fuel efficiency. Grapevine is that company might introduce more enhanced version of this car in form of its plus edition.

Audi TT RS Seats
The front fascia adorns single frame grille with hexagon headlamps followed by option of Matrix LED headlight. Inside the cabin it continues most of its cues from existing version, comprising of integrating new 12.3 inch virtual cockpit and lightweight sports passenger seats. The rear portion receives placement of huge diffuser along with dual elliptical tailpipes. The company is also going to offer Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) as optional for tail lamps.

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