78 year old British petrolhead owns the world's fastest Audi TT RS
Not convinced? Let me tell you - it does 100-200km/h in 3.2 seconds.
Lets face it, the Audi TT RS is one of the quickest bang-for-buck accelerating cars on the market with a tune. Even from factory, the original base TT RS that came out over a decade ago was capable of hitting 62mph in a factory claimed 4.6 seconds, which proved much quicker out in the real world. Fast forward to 2020, and that claim comes down to an impressive 3.7 seconds, again with real world tests smashing that time.
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From the factory, this first generation TT RS would normally pump out 335hp and 332 fb-lb, however after all modifications were completed, new figures sat at an immense 1,100hp+ at 60 psi of boost pressure.
Performance figures are nothing short of insane. Forget 0-62mph (0-100km/h) - this car manages 62-124mph (100-200km/h) in just 3.2 seconds. Yes, that's quicker than many modern supercars get to 62 from a standstill.
Owned by a 78 year old British petrolhead, he plans to install a larger turbocharger at some point in the future to increase output by an extra 200hp. This could allow for sub-3 second figures to 124mph (200km/h) from highway speeds. Insane.