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Audi reveals range topping TT

Audi has revealed details on its most performance-focused TT yet.

The 270bhp TTS will makes its debut at the Detroit Motor Show and will be available in coupe or roadster body styles when it goes on sale in the UK this summer.

It’s powered by a revised 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine producing 272bhp which is linked to a six-speed manual transmission that powers the TTS from 0-62mph in 5.2 seconds and on to an electronically limited top speed of 155mph.

The TTS can also be specified with an optional S-tronic dual-clutch auto transmission.

Exterior changes include bi-xenon headlamps incorporating trademark Audi LED strip daytime running lights, a redesigned front apron incorporating larger air intakes and aluminium-look door mirror housings.

Audi’s magnetic ride adaptive damping system also comes as standard.

Interior specification includes Alcantara and leather combination sports seats, exclusive ‘S’ instruments with white needles, metal pedals and aluminium trim elements.

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