The more powerful TT-RS Plus has been recently revealed by Audi, and the model is coming in two body styles, Coupe and Roadster.
According to the German based automaker, the Audi TT-RS Plus is being distinguished from the standard version through a singleframe radiator grille with the TT-RS Plus badge, the surround finished in aluminum look, the carbon fiber side mirror caps, the dual exhaust pipes finished in black, the aluminum trim gear lever and the 19 inch TT-RS wheels painted in black with a red accent contrasting, all of these leading to an unique overall design.
Audi says that the maximum output of the engine has increased by 20 horsepower to a total of 360 HP, and the torque figure has also went up to 465 Nm (343 lb-ft), 15 Nm (11 lb-ft) more than the standard TT-RS. When mated to the S tronic transmission, the engine in the TT-RS Plus is helping the model to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.1 seconds, while the manual transmission version is a little slower, at 4.3 seconds. Both models, the Coupe and the Roadster, are electronically limited to a top speed of 280 km/h (174 mph).
The average fuel consumption of the Audi TT-RS Plus is 8.5L/100 km (27.7 mpg US) with the S tronic in the Coupe, while the Roadster is averaging 8.6L/100 km (27.4 mpg US). The starting price of the new Audi TT-RS Plus Coupe is 60.650 EUR in Germany, with the manual transmission, while the seven-speed S tronic automatic is coming from 62.800 EUR. The TT-RS Plus Roadster costs EUR63.500 or EUR65.650.