Audi has chosen the 2019 Geneva Motor Show to launch its revised 2019 TT RS sports car.
In recent years, the Audi TT RS has turned into a bona fide sports car with giant-killing acceleration.
This is the updated TT RS shown in Turbo Blue.
With its charismatic five-cylinder turbo engine, the TT RS offers serious performance, with 0-to-60 mph in 3.6 seconds.
Interior updates are very minor, including things like a red stripe on the steering wheel at the 12-o'clock position.
The TT RS convertible also receives visual updates.
This one is Nardo Gray.
Note the revised rear wing and fascia.
All TT RS models come with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic and Quattro all-wheel drive.
Despite its strong performance, the entire TT range has fallen on hard times sales-wise.
Last year, Audi sold fewer than 1,300 units in the US.
Today's TT RS is actually quicker than R8 supercars of just a few years ago.
No word yet on when these changes will make it to the US market, or what the updated model will cost.
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