One of the most known tuners of the VW Group, ABT is turning 120 years old and to mark the occasion, they launched three special versions of the Audi TTS, Audi Q3 and VW’s T6.
The three exclusive anniversary editions will be limited to 40 units for each model, bringing the total up to 120 cars.
The ‘120 Years’ edition of the Audi TTS now offers 370hp (from 310hp) and 339lb ft (from 280lb ft) of torque, making it capable of a 265km/h (164mph) top speed. The exterior features the company’s front skirt add-ons, mirror caps, a rear wing complete with a skirt set and ABT’s traditional quad exhausts. A set of black and red 20in CR alloys, a silver wrap on the upper half of the body and special red badging complete the differences.
Based on the company’s QS3 offering, the special edition of the Q3 wears the same livery with the TTS. Under the bonnet lies a 2.0-litre TDI engine now making 210hp instead of the factory’s 184hp. ABT’s body kit includes a rear spoiler, front skirt add-ons and black-red 20in alloys among others.
Last but not least is the VW T6. Painted in iridium grey with a silver wrap on the top half of the body and black-red stripes running the sides, VW’s modern incarnation of the Bus looks the business, also thanks to the full body kit by the German tuner. The 2.0TDI has been also upgraded from 150hp to 180hp and more importantly 309 lb ft (420Nm) of torque.