Seeing this, it is likely to take off your shoes together with your socks joy Audi fans. At the traditional GTI meet at the Wörthersee ( 13 to 16 May 2015) show that the Ingolstadt-based mega - trial Audi TT Clubsport Turbo. Your 2.5 - liter TFSI five-cylinder is first set by an electric biturbo under pressure. The result is awesome 600 hp and 650 Nm of torque, which are still to bear 3000-7000 tours. Power is transmitted via a manual six-speed transmission to all four wheels. Like the new Audi RS 3, the multi-plate clutch in the quattro driveline is located for reasons of weight distribution on the rear axle. The most powerful TT ever weighs 1,396 kilos, according to Audi creates the sprint to 100 km / h in 3.6 seconds and has a top speed of 310 km / h. He penetrates deep into the territory of its big brother R8.
Visually, it is reminiscent of Audi's super sports car. However, more like the GT3 racer from the Endurance Cup. Audi cites as inspiration the Audi 90 IMSA GTO from the late 1980s. Thanks pretty mean-looking attachments of TT Clubsport Turbo grows to 14 centimeters in width. There are 20-inch wheels, ceramic brakes, a coilover suspension including lift function and an irritatingly large rear wing. The latter is a widened by 20 centimeters version of the Audi TT - Cup rear spoiler. Also vocally to convince the Clubsport Turbo TT: Its exhaust system opens directly after racing silencer on a Sidepipe to freedom. The inner workings of the super-TT comes up with a titanium cage, remarkably orange Alcantara racing bucket seats with four-point belts and lots of CFK.
The main attraction of the Audi TT Clubsport Turbo is certain to be electric compressor. He should ansatzlos boot to maximum speed and the boost pressure always increases when the second, normal turbocharger is present too little drive energy in the exhaust gas. In the lower speed range it should increase the torque up to 200 Newton meters. This way you can interpret the conventional loader more on high boost pressures. Say: There are more fodder for the Stammtisch ( ie more horsepower ). The e - Turbo ensures that the TT at any time good comes out of bed. Especially when accelerating out of tight bends, the effect is supposed to be amazing.
Good for customers ( and the company's balance sheet ): Audi is using the technique just before the start of production. Audi development chief Ulrich Hackenberg said: " If our TDI units we are using this technique just before the start of series production now we present it in a TFSI ?? Again, the first automobile manufacturer in the world. . " Whether we meet again the e - turbos in petrol heritage kingdom, is currently unknown. A future TT RS would the technology certainly are quite good. Audi presents the traditional GTI Meeting at Wörthersee plenty weird and powerful studies. Last year it was an RS - 3 sedan with 525 hp . ( sw )