2018 Audi TT RS Price, Specs, Release Date
Spain’s Jarama circuit is the old Formula 1 or MotoGP track and this circuit is the place where 2018 Audi TT RS has been seen for its first drive. When some unofficial sites provided big report about it, there was positive impression about this new generation. At that time, the car looked like very sporty with solid and business-designed stance. The sharp new front end is completed with large air intakes and honeycombed front grille while the splitter came out with Quattro logo.
What is more around the outer part is that the new shaped side sills to give better aerodynamic performance than ever. The aluminum-toned accents are presented for its mirrors and a nice addition of front splitter. The rear wing gives race look with the larger oval tailpipes in black and chrome. You can pick it based on the exhaust options. About the taillights, 2018 Audi TT RS will be supported with all-new OLED technology and once it lit it will show variable patterns depend on the shape of the inlays. This helps the car to have different look and impressive.
This car will be a bit different compared to most cars because it will come out with fewer knobs and switches. There is a central round controller that you can use as an infotainment system. Besides, you will love the fact that it is easy to understand and operate. There will be virtual cockpit in 2018 Audi TT RS that is also can be found in R8 and it looks great with 12.7-inch of clear display. It also has excellent navigation with clear voice commands, thanks for Bang and Olsen sound system.
So, the engine is rumored to go with all-new turbocharged 2.5 liter and five-cylinder engine to cut 54 pounds of previous model to increase the output. As we know that the old model was able to generate 360 hp and the use of new five-cylinder can support even about 400 hp as well as 354 lb-ft of torque. The estimated fuel mileage is improved especially for combined driving which are about 27.8 mpg and the weight for new 2018 Audi TT RS can be about 3,175 pounds which is 131 pounds lighter than before. For its test, it was selected with Dynamic Package with sport exhaust as well as non-adjustable performance shocks, 12-2-inch of steel rears and 14.6-inch of ceramic front brakes. It is of course to come with Audi’s Quattro permanent all-wheel drive to complete but it goes with front-engine.
For U.S. market, it is better to not expect the coming of 2018 Audi TT RS, until the next spring and it will come with 20 by 9-inch of wheels. The base price can be about $68,000.