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>> What do you get when you take the Audi TT, yank out the two-liter turbo four, and drop in a two-and-a-half liter turbo direct injection five? You get this. The TTRS. Producing 340 horsepower, and 331 foot pounds of torque. Zero to sixty happens in under five seconds by a good margin. It, of course, features Audi's Quattro permanent all-wheel drive to keep all the power on the ground, a bunch of chassis and suspicion upgrades, better brakes to balance out that extra power, and a few tweaks on the outside that say, I'm meaner than my wimpier sibling. It'll also be available as a convertible like the lesser TT. What it won't be available as is a U.S. Model. Drrg [phonetic].
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