This 2019 RS Coupe 8S will most likely be the last petrol sports Audi TT sold. In fact, all Audi TTs scheduled for 2021 will probably be electric. The brilliant idea behind the TT RS has always been to create a compact car with performance and design similar to that of a supercar. Despite this, this car remains very expensive, in fact, we are talking about a European base price (which obviously varies slightly from country to country) of around 79,000€. The engine, shared with the RS3, has remained unchanged compared to the non-facelift version of 2014: in fact, we are talking about a 2.5 with 400 horsepower that won the award for the most powerful five-cylinder engine ever created. The traction is rigorously integral by the famous Audi Quattro system, and the gearbox is based on the automatic S-Tronic system. This vehicle uses the MQB platform, which is the same as other models belonging to the Volkswagen family, such as the Golf MKVII, the Seat Leon, and, of course, the Audi A3. Infotainment offers advanced technologies, but many options such as the navigator based on the MMI system are very expensive. This Audi can find a worthy opponent when compared to the BMW M2, which offers an even more powerful engine (431 horsepower) at a slightly cheaper price.

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🏎 Audi TT RS Coupe 8S facelift 2019
πŸ“ Germany
πŸ›  2.5 TFSI 480NM 400HP
πŸ’¨ 3,7 seconds
πŸ” 250km/h
πŸ’Ά No longer on sale
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