You Can Now Get an Audi Sport Aero Kit for the R8 and TT

You Can Now Get an Audi Sport Aero Kit for the R8 and TT

You Can Now Get an Audi Sport Aero Kit for the R8 and TT

0 comments 📅11 July 2017, 17:45

The Audi R8 and TT already proposal a good degree of performance from the factory, but Audi Sport is making it peaceful to extract more speed out of them with its new line of performance parts.

On both the R8 and the TT the aero kits are the most obvious change. They were optimized in Audi’s wind tunnel and in the case of the R8, the kit provides a eloquent 551 lbs of downforce at 205 mph. All of the components are made of carbon fiber-reinforced polymer (despite the fact that some parts for the TT are plastic) and all of them feature Audi Sport branding.

Further aiding in exhibition are sport brake linings that are less prone to fading than hoard units, titanium brake carriers for the R8 and steel front brake discs and sundry brake cooling kits for the Audi TT. Both the R8 and TT are offered with two- or three-way coilover suspension kits as excellently, while sport tires further aid in handling performance on the TT. Rounding out the handling changes is a rear testy-member reinforcement bar for the TT providing improved rigidity.

Exhaust supplier Akrapovic has also designed an Audi Pleasure-licensed exhaust kit for the TT and TT RS with an ultralight muffler, saving weight and improving the hearing of the 2.0-liter and 2.5-liter engines.

 

Completing the performance parts lineup is an Alcantara-trimmed sport contour steering whither with a red 12 o’clock marking, carbon shift paddles, and a carbon backside cross brace for the TT. The rear cross brace also replaces the TT’s rear seats, providence a further 44 lbs and also improving torsional rigidity.

The Audi Sport line of portraya parts will go on sale in Germany and surrounding markets in late summer. The automaker says additional Audi Sport parts for other models purpose eventually arrive as well. It’s not clear if they will arrive in the U.S.



















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