In Audi-speak, its S models are somewhat of an equal blend of performance and luxury, while its RS models favor acceleration and handling above all else.

Only the R designator (currently reserved for the Audi R8) sits above the RS models on Audi’s pyramid of performance, but a refreshed variant seems to be emerging.

Last year, Audi showed a version of its TT RS in Geneva dubbed the TT RS Plus, and as you’d guess the car came with more of just about everything. Output from the 2.5-liter TFSI five-cylinder engine was bumped to 360 horsepower and 343 pound feet of torque, giving European customers the same thrust as U.S.-spec TT RS models.

Read Article

Audi Planning To Lay Waste To The Entire Segment With 600HP RS6 Plus

About the Author


User Comments


Add your Comments

Images hosted in your AgentSpace can now be posted in the comments section using the following syntax (case matters): [img]IMAGE URL[/img]
Example: [img][/img]