ABT Bumps Audi TTS Power Output to 370 PS [w/Video]

Owning a 2015 Audi TTS definitely shouldn’t make you feel slow in any way thanks to its 310 PS and excellent acceleration.

The stock TTS will hit 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 4.6 seconds if you go for the S tronic version – which keep in mind, is faster than what the old E92 BMW M3 was capable of.

But of course, the art of tuning is pretty much the art of not leaving “well enough alone”. Performance-hungry customers will be able to take their Audi TTS to ABT where they’ll get an extra 80 PS as well as more torque (from 380 Nm to 460 Nm/339 lb-ft).

ABT won’t say exactly how fast their tuned TTS will hit the 100 km/h mark, but they do mention a 4.3 sec acceleration time for a “400 PS?” TTS in the video we’ve attached below.

Those who own the Audi TT 2.0 TFSI with 230 PS, get a little extra kick too. In fact, they get 310 PS, just like the stock TTS – this is actually a very strong performance upgrade. Genuinely impressive.

In terms of aesthetics, the ABT TTS gets custom wraps (gloss, matte, pearl or metallic), a custom front spoiler, mirror caps and a rear wing. Customers will also be able to strap on a four-tailpipe sports exhaust system, ABT suspension springs, as well as 18″, 19″ or 20″ ABT FR alloy wheels.

Overall, this is a very good looking little coupe with borderline supercar performance. What’s not to like?



  • Six_Tymes

    looks fantastic.

  • smartacus

    so a regular TT can make 310 HP
    and a TTS can make 370HP
    …what can their TT-RS do?
    **and BTW, 310+80 does not equal 370. Just fyi

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