Unbridled power, a captivating design as well as high driving stability and dynamics – The Audi TT RS Coupé is quite simply a motor racing level vehicle.
0 to 100km/h
Born to perform
The Audi TT RS Coupé’s heart sits in the front: the completely new developed in-line five-cylinder 2.5 TFSI. With an output of 294 kW and a peak torque of 480 Nm, you can complete an acceleration test from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.7 seconds. The 7-speed S tronic and permanent four-wheel quattro drive with RS specific tuning also contribute to these top figures.
The aggressive styling and strong, planted stance of the Audi TT RS leaves you in no doubt that this car represents the pinnacle of the iconic TT range. Its origins are clearly evident, but the contemporary interpretation of the design language and elements derived from the brand’s proud motorsport heritage truly set this model apart. From the black honeycomb Singleframe grille flanked by enormous air intakes, to the muscular haunches and fixed, rear deck spoiler, the Audi TT RS Coupé makes no attempt to hide its sporting prowess.
Audi is famous for its advanced lighting technology. Developed in the demanding motorsport arena, where clear, far-reaching vision in races like the 24 Hours of Le Mans is as important as the speed itself. The sports coupé benefits from this technology with its Matrix LED headlights reaching far into the distance and turning night into day. This advanced technology switches off individual diodes in fractions of a second to avoid blinding oncoming drivers with its high beam, but without compromising or even dimming the lights. Customers can also opt for the state-of-the-art Matrix OLED lighting, with its ‘wafer thin’ rear lights allowing for the distinctive design language and unique animation when unlocking the Audi TT RS.
The RS in focus
In the interior you can feel the Audi TT RS Coupé's sportiness virtually everywhere. The standard equipment includes numerous RS-specific interior parts. The RS sports leather steering wheel with multifunction plus is flattened off at the bottom, so you have a firm grip. Use the RS lever in the centre console to select the gears. The door sills with aluminium inserts and TT RS logo, the stainless steel pedals and RS embossing on the front seats' backrests are also included as standard.
When it comes to infotainment, the MMI Navigation plus with MMI touch is controlled using the rotary push-button under the gearshift lever. The touchpad on the rotary push-button recognises your handwriting: you can enter characters and scroll and zoom with your fingers. As an alternative, you can control the MMI via the speech dialogue system.