Audi TT RS Q&A

What is the size of the stock Audi tt rs wheels?

They are 9J wide R18 wheels and 245/40 R18 tires

Audi TT RS – passport fuel consumption

Fuel consumption according to the passport – in the city – 12.3 liters per hundred, on the highway – 6.3 liters, in the mixed cycle – 8.5 liters.

Audi TT RS top speed

The version with a “manual” accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.3 seconds, and the version with a “robot” accelerates from a place to a hundred km/h in 4.1 seconds. At the same time, the top speed of both modifications is identical – 280 km/h.

Audi TT RS how many seats

There are five and seven seats in passenger cars. There are, of course, modifications with two, three, and six seats, but these are quite rare. In most cases, we are talking about five and seven seats: two in the front, three in the back, and two more in the trunk area. Seven seats in the cabin, as a rule, is an option: that is, the car is initially designed for five seats, and then the cabin is equipped with two additional small seats, they are compactly mounted in the area of the trunk.

The Audi TT RS has from 2 to 4 seats.

Audi TT RS 2016, convertible, 3rd generation, 8S

2.5 TFSI quattro S tronic Touring2
2.5 TFSI quattro S tronic Track2

Audi TT RS 2016, coupe, 3rd generation, 8S

2.5 TFSI quattro S tronic Touring4
2.5 TFSI quattro S tronic Track4
2.5 TFSI quattro S tronic4

Audi TT RS 2009, convertible, 2nd generation, 8J

2.5 TFSI quattro MT2
2.5 TFSI quattro S tronic2

Audi TT RS 2009, coupe, 2nd generation, 8J

2.5 TFSI quattro MT4
2.5 TFSI quattro S tronic4

Audi TT RS restyled 2019, convertible, 3rd generation, 8S

2.5 TFSI quattro S tronic2

Audi TT RS restyled 2019, coupe, 3rd generation, 8S

2.5 TFSI quattro S tronic4

Why did Audi stop making the TT RS?

The abandonment of the Audi TT can be attributed both to the model’s low profitability and to the manufacturer’s desire to reduce the overall cost of car production. Bram Schot is proud of the fact that in just a few months he has managed to reduce the number of possible variants in the Audi lineup by 27% by abandoning certain equipment and powertrains. This process will continue in the near future.

Such a strategy is a consequence of increasing investment in the development of electric cars. Audi will gradually switch to environmentally friendly vehicles, so the production of outdated models will be stopped.

The Audi TT entered the market in 1998. All three generations of the coupe are close relatives of the Audi A3 and Volkswagen Golf: they are built on common platforms and use mostly the same powertrains.

Pumping the clutch slave cylinder of the Audi TT RS

Buy two of the largest syringes from the drugstore. Instead of a needle on the end put a thin soft tube. On the clutch slave cylinder (the one near the gearbox) unscrew the pumping bolt and put a full large syringe of brake fluid on it. Unscrew the tank of brake fluid. With the second syringe stand on the starter. We use a syringe to squeeze the fluid into the slave cylinder and take it out of the reservoir with the second syringe. And after that we tighten the pumping screw on the cylinder. And that’s it.

What are the differences between an Audi TT Audi TT RS

Engine and Performance
The difference between the 2010 Audi TT and the TTS is the power under the hood. The TT’s 200-horsepower four-cylinder engine isn’t as revved as the TTS’s four-cylinder, 2-liter turbocharged engine with 265 horsepower and 258 foot-pounds of torque at 6,000 rpm. The TTS burns from zero to 60 mph in 4.9 seconds; the TT covers the same distance in 5.9 seconds. The TT Roadster has the same engine as the TT coupe and accelerates from zero to 60 in 6.1 seconds, and the TTS roadster with the same engine as the TTS coupe reaches 60 in 5 seconds.

Interior differences.
Both the TT and TTS coupes have 37.7 inches of front stock, 32.6 inches of rear headroom, and 41.1 inches of front legroom. The rear legroom in the TT is 29.3 inches, slightly roomier than the TTS’s 29.2 inches. The TT and TTS roadster trim has the same 37.6-inch front stock and 41.1-inch front legroom. Subwoofers in the audio system are standard on the TTS trims, but optional on the TT.

Exterior differences.
The TT and Roadster coupe car is a small 164.5 inches long, compared to the TTS and Roadster’s 165.3 inches. In the height category, the TT trims 53.2 to 53.5 inches, and the TTS trims slightly lower at 53 to 53.1 inches. Curb weight also varies, with the TT coupe and roadster ranging from 3,153 to 3,307 pounds, and the TTS coupe and roadster from 3,241 to 3,395 pounds. Daytime running lights and high-intensity discharge headlights are optional on TT trims but are standard on the TTS.

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