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Christopher Bruce2012-12-03 15:32:56

Audi Planning Hardcore, Next Generation TT RS

Plans to weigh 1000kg with partial carbon fiber body

 
 
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The next car will use the Golf's MQB platform

Audi'sAudiAudiGermany, 1909 > present83 models
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plan for the next generation TT that is slated to go on sale in 2014 is to return to the first generation'sTT Gen.1Audi TT Gen.1Germany, 1995 > 200627 versions
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simplicity of design. It will ride on the VolkswagenVolkswagenVolkswagenGermany, 1938 > present98 models
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MQB platform and is supposed to be lighter than previous generations. After the coupe and convertible are released, the plan is to create a hardcore version of the car that goes way beyond the current TT RSTT RS plusAudi TT RS plusGermany, 2012 > present5 photos

The standard car will be mostly aluminum, and the hot version will replace some of that with carbon fiber. The goal is to get the curb weight down to 1000kg. The engine will likely be an updated version of the 2.5-liter five-cylinder that currently has 335hp. 

Audi is planning a new generation of cars at the moment. In addition to the new TT and Q8 halo SUV. There are also the first considerations for a supercar above the R8R8Audi R8Germany, 2006 > present45 versions
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that would be a diesel hybrid. Finally, the brand is considering its own version of the Volkswagen XL1XL1Volkswagen XL1Germany, 2011 > 201119 photos
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Next Audi TT to Return to Original's Unadorned Design

Source: Autocar

Encyclopedia
AudiAudi
TTTT
TT Gen.2TT Gen.2
TT RS plusTT RS plus
Engine
Straight 5
Displacement
151 cu in
Top Speed
174 mph
Transmission
6, Manual
Maximum power
360 hp @ 5500 rpm
Type
Fixed-head coupé
Fuel
Petrol
Fuel consumption (combined)
26.13 US MPG
price
$ 117.776
* based on Portugal prices
annual ownership cost
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