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201626 Apr

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Audi UK takes the wraps off of the all-new TT RS Roadster at a special preview held at the Vorsprung durch Technik brand’s digital hub, Audi City London. The ultra-modern Mayfair showroom will play host to the live unveiling of the all-new TT RS Roadster, and members of the UK media will be among the very first to witness the performance spearhead ‘in the metal’ on the same day that the TT RS Coupé makes its global debut over 5,000 miles away on the Audi stand at the Beijing Motor Show. The TT RS Roadster is the first all-new model to have its premiere here in the UK, acknowledging the fact that this market is the largest worldwide in terms of overall TT sales, accounting for almost 50 percent of all European orders.


Both new additions to the RS fold are powered by the multi-award winning Audi five-cylinder 2.5 TFSI engine, appearing here with the benefit of significant increases in power and torque to 400PS and 480Nm, which translate into supercar-rivalling performance – the 62mph sprint from rest can now be dispatched in as little as 3.7 seconds and top speed peaks at up to 174mph.


UK versions of the TT RS Coupe and TT RS Roadster will become available to order in Audi Centres during the summer in advance of first deliveries at the end of this year.


Another slightly less immediately evident debut is also being made as part of the concurrent launch events - OLED rear lights will be offered for the first time in Audi series production for the new TT RS. Like the Audi virtual cockpit and the comprehensive infotainment range, they are at the forefront of the Vorsprung durch Technik developments.


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