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ABT Launches 500PS TT RS-R

If you’re one of those Audi TT fans who likes the new TT-RS, but feel the stonking 400PS engine just isn’t powerful enough for you, relax. ABT has now launched its 500 PS version, the ABT TT RS-R with 570 Nm of torque from the 2.5 litre engine. This makes the ABT TT RS-R more powerful than any standard Audi TT ever built.

The body of the ABT TT RS-R also receives high quality add-on parts made of visual carbon. These include the front spoiler, the exclusive front grille frame with a red TT RS-R logo, front flicks and front blades, side skirt add-ons with side blades as well as a multi-part rear skirt add-on with a red TT RS-R logo. The stainless steel exhaust system with double tailpipe trims ensures that the sound perfectly matches the exterior. The matching 20 inch ABT SPORT GR wheels in “glossy black” with diamond machined flange further underscore the coupe’s added power.

As a special model, this Quattro also deserves an appropriately exclusive sporty styling for the interior from ABT Individual. The standard seat panels and side of the dashboard panel have a carbon coating.

ABT have also fitted the  TT RS-R with suspension springs and sports stabilisers on front and rear axles.

The TT RS-R model with 100 PS extra is available from ABT for interested customers at product launch. The individual components of the ABT TT RS-R are also available for conversions if you’re one of the lucky few who have been able to get your hands on one. ABT confirm right-hand drive versions of the car will be available for UK customers. No word on prices just yet.

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