Filed under: Luxury Cars & Autos
Audi has debuted the TT Clubsport Quattro study for Wörthersee 2007, an auto enthusiast event in Austria. The speedster is stripped down to to those parts that make it most racetrack-worthy, with the 300-horsepower TFSI four-cylinder engine mated to Audi's S-tronic direct-shift gearbox, ceramic brakes, light aluminum components and four-point seatbelts taking the lead.
The wraparound windscreen (notice the lack of an A-pillar), barely-there windows and short rollbars seem to have a "minimalist" feel, yet the prominent grille, LED-encrusted headlights and HUGE intakes and fat fender flares are so much larger than life that they make the vehicle almost a caricature.
Like any self-respecting German automaker, the gadgets abound. A B&O MP3 player BeoSound 2, designed especially for this vehicle in order to fit into the round spaces set aside for the entertainment area on the dash, while a remote control is the only way to get the doors to open from the outside.
Check out the automaker's full press release after the jump.