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The Clubsport Quattro Audi has taken the TT Roadster and reduced it to a pure driving machine.
A powerful engine and state-of-the-art technology featuring traits borrowed from the world of motor sport are the dominant features of this exciting new Audi. The panoramic windscreen and the two humps located behind the interior in place of the hood compartment are reminiscent of a racing car.
The rollover bars familiar from the TT Roadster have been flattened and are the same height as the sports-bucket seats.
The 2litre TFSI engine has even more power than the 188kW engine of the familiar Audi S3. The turbocharged four-cylinder unit with petrol-direct injection breaks the 220kW barrier.
Power is transferred to all four wheels, making the TT Clubsport Quattro the first new-generation TT to have a four-cylinder engine and Quattro permanent four-wheel drive.
The Clubsport Quattro is also the first TT to have ceramic brakes fitted.