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Audi TT Clubsport Quattro concept car

Audi TT Clubsport Quattro concept car


Audi TT Clubsport Quattro concept car


Audi TT Clubsport Quattro concept car interior


Audi TT Clubsport Quattro concept car interior
Make Audi
Model TT Clubsport Quattro
Concept year 2007
Production year -
Engine 2.0 litre Turbocharged

The Audi TT Clubsport Quattro concept was a design study intended to show the second-generation TT in its purest form.

The goal Audi's development engineers set themselves for the TT Clubsport Quattro vehicle study was to cut the car down to the bare driving essentials. No roof, no A-pillars - instead, a wraparound windscreen kept extremely low and which deliberately evokes images of a speedster. The flat, slightly tinted window strip surrounds the cockpit. 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 are kept flatter and are the same height as the sports bucket seats.

Like all contemporary Audi products the TT Clubsport Quattro features the prominent single-frame grille, this time with aluminium inserts to give its design a horizontal emphasis. This has the effect of giving the TT Clubsport a wider appearance than it already has. It also features the Audi logo on the bonnet rather than the grille - this badge layout was first seen on the Audi Shooting Brake Concept.

The TT Clubsport Quattro concept is painted Daytona Grey, a color that Audi used for the first time on the RS 4 and the Audi S8. This forms a subtle contrast with the metallic elements, the grille and side grille in Gun Metal, a steely color which supplies the TT Clubsport Quattro concept with an appearance which is both simple and aggressive. The orange colored brake calipers link the exterior design to the interior and provide a visual contrast. The orange also highlights interior elements such as the instrument cowl, the armrest and the back of the bucket seats.

The racing character of the Audi TT Clubsport Quattro study is further underscored by its technology. The Audi engineers have packed the 2.0 litre TFSI engine with even more power than the 260 bhp unit found in the Audi S3. The turbocharged four-cylinder unit with petrol direct injection now achieves 300 bhp. The power increase is due to a modified intake manifold. Power is transferred to all four wheels, making the TT Clubsport Quattro the first new-generation TT equipped with a four-cylinder engine and quattro permanent four-wheel drive.

The transmission of the TT Clubsport Quattro is a dual clutch, S tronic direct-shift gearbox which can change gear virtually without interrupting the flow of power, a process that goes unnoticed by the driver. The six gears can, however, also be changed manually, with gearshifts taking just fractions of a second.


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