In a recent Auditography video, the YouTube channel bids farewell to a legendary nameplate. This 400 HP Audi TT RS can accelerate from 0 to 62 MPH in 3.48 seconds.
It was a sad day for Audi fans when the Ingolstadt automaker announced that it would discontinue Audi TT RS after the 2022 model year. The company gave its lauded nameplate a well-deserved send-off with the 2022 TT RS Heritage Edition in December 2021. In a recent Auditography video, the YouTube channel offers an in-depth look at a 400 HP Audi TT RS, which flaunts an Audi exclusive paint job.
The new video bids goodbye to the legendary sports car, which might soon become a modern automotive icon. The video kicks off with cinematic shots of the Audi TT RS with the backdrop of Markdorf, Germany’s beautiful landscapes. The car sports an eye-catching Urban Green color scheme offset by black accents.
A prominent black spoiler dominates the rear end and sits atop the OLED tail lights of the TT RS. This particular car can hit the 62 MPH mark from a complete standstill in just 3.48 seconds which is almost 0.2 seconds quicker than Audi’s official estimate for the TT RS. Furthermore, this sports car can accelerate from 0 to 124 MPH or 200 km/h in 12.3 seconds.
Lastly, this 400 HP Audi TT RS is a pocket rocket and can achieve a top speed of 175 MPH.
The cabin of this Audi TT RS is also a sporty space with its all-black interiors. In the video, we see plush leather adorning almost every surface inside the cabin. There are also carbon fiber panels that offer a tasteful contrast to the rest of the interior. Under the hood of this sports car, we find a 2.5-liter five-cylinder turbo motor. The engine sends power to all four corners thanks to Audi’s proprietary quattro all-wheel-drive system.
As it only weighs 3175 lbs, the car is also quite agile. Autography also reveals that this TT RS comes complete with an OPF filter and a soft limiter. Throughout the video, we are greeted by gorgeous visuals of the sports car as it blasts through Markdorf countryside while making an intoxicating racket. Overall this autography video is an exciting albeit emotional farewell to a motoring icon.
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