Audi TT 180 ABT STAGE 3 - Big Turbo Upgrade - 180 to 260 HP !
My Audi TT 180 FWD ABT turbo upgrade.
Now Stage 3: From 180 to 260HP and 365Nm on Dyno !
K04-001 turbocharger Upgrade,
Intercooler Kit, Audi TT
Red Powder Coated valve cover,
Carbon Fiber covers,
ECS Stage 1 Clutch Kit With 20.5lbs Flywheel,
Mishimoto CIA with 225 MAF,
Forge DV-RA Valve (Kevlar membrane),
Milltek non resonated (no cat, 2,5" downpipe),
Complete kit silicone hoses,
Zimmermann front disc brakes (with Ferodo DS2500),
ECS Stage 1 rear brakes (308mm) (with Ferodo DS2500),
All Goodridge Braided Brake Lines,
H&R -35mm springs,
JZ Wheels 19" - 8.5",
And many others little things ... :-)
French Audi TT Owner Club : www.clan-tt.com
[ The song is the theme from the movie "SAW" ]
2015 Audi TTS Coupe (310hp) - Detailed TOUR (1080p)
Close look and detailed tech tour of the all new Audi TTS with the awesome
virtual cockpit and stunning matrix LED lights. The range topping TTS gets
the engine from the S3 with some minor tweaks to the software and pumps out
310 hp and 380 Nm of torque, channeled through a 6-speed S-Tronic in this
case, quattro always is standard. An boy, that car is gorgeous, inside and
out! The interior is one of the best I have ever sat in, sport car like but
still spacious, the steering wheel and the virtual cockpit give you the
feeling you are sitting in something like a Porsche 918 Spyder. Also the
climate controls are out of this world. A car that my mom could easily use
/ control still being packed with the latest technology on earth ... thumbs
up AUDI! I am eagerly anticipating the first drive with this car when it
comes to dealerships in early 2015. I am also looking forward to your
COMMENTS, what you think about the the cockpit. And if you LIKE & SUBSCRIBE
I would also appreciate that;-)
2012 Audi TT RS: The Bargain R8? - Ignition Episode 4
On this episode of Ignition, Carlos Lago carves up the canyons in the turbocharged 2012 Audi TT RS. Find out
happens when you zap an Audi R8 with a shrink ray!
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Audi Pre Sense
Audi models equipped with the Pre Sense preventive passenger protection
system provide an elevated level of safety for vehicle occupants in certain
Depending on your Audi model, Pre Sense may include the following:
• Audi Pre Sense Basic -- triggered in certain driving situations when
the vehicle is traveling at speeds in excess of 20 miles per hour.
• Audi Pre Sense Front -- included in vehicles equipped with Audi Pre
Sense Plus and Adaptive Cruise Control, which combine to provide an
elevated level of occupant protection in the event of a potential front-end
collision with a stationary object or moving vehicle.
• Audi Pre Sense Rear -- Also included with Pre Sense Plus, which
operates with Audi Side Assist to alert you of a potential rear collision
with a vehicle approaching from behind.
Audi Pre Sense is just one more Audi-exclusive feature designed to protect
Audi occupants as well as other vehicles' occupants on the road.
Available on the Audi A6, Audi A7 and Audi A8.
The information within the technology tutorials must be used in conjunction
with the information in the Audi Owner's Manuals. Please refer to the
Owner's manuals for all information and warnings. By using these technology
tutorials, you acknowledge that you are aware of the warnings and
information that must be read within the Owner's Manuals and will use this
information to augment that material.
For more Audi Technology Tutorials visit http://audiusa.com/technology
The 600 HP APR Stage 3 Audi TTRS - /TUNED
Alabama is the last place you'd expect to find one of the world's largest
tuner companies for German cars, but here, at this facility, APR provides
hardware and software to thousands of Audi and VW customers every month.
Matt helps them with some development testing by providing opinions on
their new Stage 3 package for the Audi TTRS, producing 560 horsepower at the wheels in
a car based on the VW Golf!
Audi Piloted Parking (Audi's self-parking car)
Audi's self-parking car
Audi recently demonstrated a car that can park itself without the need for
a driver.For Audi, one technology with which it hopes to leap ahead is a
local Wi-Fi hotspot and integrated 3G/4G for internet access for passengers
while on the road.
But the most impressive technology-led iniative for the company is still a
way off: a self-parking car, or, as Audi calls it, Piloted Parking.
The idea behind it is rather simple: you exit your vehicle, pull out your
smartphone, click a button and the car drives itself off to a parking spot
at a nearby garage.
The car uses an array of internal and external sensors to get its position:
Audi claims they can be as accurate up to 10cm, but only if they have
access to special laser sensors inside the parking structure (four of those
scanners had been set up in the parking structure to support the demo).
These might be redundant in the future, as the car maker is working on a
laser sensor that will be integrated in the car itself (think the sensor
tower on top of Google's self-driving car, but completely integrated in the
The self-parking system also needs access to the car park's management
system, in order to find and allocate a free parking space and transmit the
route to the car. Since most modern car parks have more than one level or
are underground, GPS-based positioning is not really an option, so instead
the management system uses Wi-Fi to transmit the route.
The technologies that Audi is developing for its future piloted driving
system have been highly acclaimed by US experts. The "Popular Science"
magazine has named the Audi system for piloted parking in parking garages
"Product Of The Future." The editorial team is thus recognizing the most
significant developments presented by Audi at the Consumer Electronics Show
2013 (CES) in Las Vegas.
The new Audi system was also commended as "Best Automotive Technology" at
this year's CES by specialized media network "The Verge." Ricky Hudi, Head
of Electrics/Electronics Development at Audi: "The awards acknowledge our
development work and show that we are on the right track."
► NEW 2015 Audi TT 2.0 TDI
Audi offers the new TT and TTS with three different four-cylinder engines
with turbocharging and direct injection.
Their power output ranges from 135 kW (184 hp) to 228 kW (310 hp). The two
TFSI gasoline engines and the TDI combine athletic power with trailblazing
efficiency. The start-stop system is a standard feature.
For the launch of the TT, the 2.0 TDI will be available with manual shift
and front-wheel drive. It delivers 135 kW (184 hp) and torque of 380 Nm
(280.27 lb-ft). The new sports car can thus accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h
(62.14 mph) in 7.2 seconds and reaches a top speed of 235 km/h (146.02
mph). Standard fuel consumption is a mere 4.2 liters per 100 km (56.00 US
mpg), which translates into CO2 emissions of 110 g/km (177.03 g/mile), a
new record low level in the sports car world.
The 2.0 TDI features two balancer shafts in the crankcase, adjustable
camshafts and a common rail injection system delivering maximum pressure of
2,000 bar. The Audi TT 2.0 TDI meets the Euro 6 standard and, thanks to its
high efficiency, bears the "ultra" label.
The 2.0 TFSI is available in two versions -- a 169 kW (230 hp) version for
the TT and a 228 kW (310 hp) version for the TTS. In both versions it
unites various ultramodern technologies -- the additional indirect
injection supplementing the direct injection of the FSI, the Audi valvelift
system (AVS) to adjust the valve stroke on the Exhaust side and thermal management, which uses
a rotary valve module and an Exhaust
manifold integrated into the cylinder head.
In the Audi TT, the 2.0 TFSI delivers torque of 370 Nm (272.90 lb-ft) from
1,600 to 4,300 rpm. It accelerates the Coupé -- which has a six-speed
manual transmission and front-wheel drive -- from 0 to 100 km/h (62.14 mph)
in 6.0 seconds, and on up to an electronically governed top speed of 250
km/h (155.34 mph).
On the version with six-speed S tronic and quattro all-wheel drive, the key
figures are as follows: the sprint from 0 to 100 km/h (62.14 mph) takes 5.3
seconds; top speed is 250 km/h (155.34 mph); fuel consumption of 6.8 liters
per 100 km (34.59 US mpg) and CO2 emissions of 159 g per km (255.89
g/mile). The dual-clutch transmission shifts through the six gears without
any noticeable interruption in traction, and in manual model it can be
controlled by paddles on the steering wheel. In the "efficiency" mode of
Audi drive select, the S tronic selects freewheel as soon as the driver
takes his or her foot off the gas pedal.
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