W as is still possible in the engine compartment of the new Audi TT Abt's modifications to the two-liter, four-cylinder turbo gasoline engine. With their new software, the Allgäu company conjures up a whopping 310 hp and 440 Nm torque from the 230 hp and 370 Nm ex works. This means that the 2.0 TFSI is moving into the TTS area.
Abt is also stepping up in terms of optics
Strong The Abt TT also shows itself on the brakes, but six-piston pliers bite into 370 discs on the front axle. Shorter suspension springs and newly tuned stabilizers should release further cornering potential. The new Abt 20-inch alloy wheels with 255/30 sports tires are intended to flatter eyes and driving dynamics at the same time. The aerodynamic kit that Abt has put together for the two-door model shows what Schürzenjäger potential is in the TT. These include a new front apron attachment with a separate spoiler lip, special cover caps for the exterior mirrors, a fixed rear wing and a rear apron insert with diffuser. There is a sport exhaust system with black coated tailpipes and lasered ABT logos on the sports driver's ears.