Audi of America today announced pricing for the much anticipated Audi TT RS. The 2012 TT RS is the pinnacle of the TT model line, and signifies the return of the RS nameplate to the U.S. The RS nameplate represents the highest performance category for Audi vehicles, and reflects the technical competencies gained through Audi motorsports successes. The Audi TT RS will be priced at $56,850 (excluding destination charges, taxes, title, options and dealer charges). Continue reading ‘Audi announces pricing for 2012 MY TT RS’
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Very cool and great 3D work! Video after the jump! Continue reading ‘Video: Audi TT transforms into giant robot’
The hopes of American sports car enthusiasts will be realized. Audi announced today that it is bringing the 360-horsepower Audi TT RS coupe to the U.S. market by the third quarter of 2011.
The introduction of the Audi TT RS to the U.S. market has been under consideration for several months. To gauge consumer passion for the high-performance car, Audi launched an innovative survey on its Facebook tab. After more than 11,500 fans expressed their enthusiasm for the Audi TT RS in just one month, and the American automotive media praised its dynamics, Audi executives concluded the car’s time had come. Continue reading ‘Facebook fans win, Audi TT RS headed to Amercia’
Dynamic design, enthralling performance and exemplary efficiency – the Audi TT Coupe and the TT Roadster are now more attractive than ever. The design of the lightweight bodies made primarily of aluminum and the interior have been revised with great attention to detail, while new technologies lower the fuel consumption of the compact sports car. New to the lineup is a powerful and highly efficient four cylinder: The 2.0 TFSI develops 155 kW (211 hp), but is content with an average fuel consumption of just 6.6 liters per 100 kilometers (35.64 US mpg). (continue reading…)
On-campus celebration of the Volkswagen Automotive Innovation Laboratory (VAIL) includes next-generation autonomous vehicle demonstrations and introduction of the Pikes Peak Audi TT
Volkswagen Group of America Inc. (VWGoA) and Stanford University’s School of Engineering today unveiled the Volkswagen Automotive Innovation Laboratory (VAIL), the next step in the evolution of the two organizations’ commitment to drive innovation in automotive development.
- Audi confirms the efficiency of its cars on a long-distance trip
- Over 4,000 kilometers through Europe with 20 models from the Audi product range
- Efficiency: standard in every Audi
4,182 kilometers through Europe in nine days, from Å on the Lofoten archipelago in Norway to Bée in northern Italy – Audi is proving the efficiency of its vehicles on the ‘Efficiency Challenge A to B.’ 120 journalists and customers of the brand are taking the wheel in 20 cars from five model series for the tour.
- Dynamic and efficient: Audi – pioneer of lightweight design
- Over 550,000 cars with an aluminum body since 1994
- New materials and technologies for the cars of tomorrow
Audi is the worldwide leader in the field of lightweight design. For 15 years Audi has been producing aluminum bodies based on the Audi Space Frame (ASF). Numerous patents and awards document the innovative power of this technology.
Turns out that a demo of damage-modeling Gran Turismo 5 was indeed playable on the Gamescom show floor this week.
And in the middle of all of those demo stations was this midnight black Audi TT hooked up to a Playstation 3, hydraulics and smoke machines.
People stood in line to sit inside the real car and drive a digital one in GT5 while watching their performance on a big screen located in front of the car. Sharp turns and bumps made the Audi wiggle a bit as well.