JE Design transforms the Audi TT

JE Design transforms the Audi TT

There seems to be no end to the number of performance packages being released for the new Audi TT. This latest kit from JE Design takes the output of the already impressive 2.0L TFSI TT to similar levels of the bigger V6 powered version. Spawned from a workshop in Leingarten, Germany, the feral TT now packs 244hp (180kW) at 5,400rpm and 355Nm of torque thanks to modifications to the car’s ECU and a stainless steel sports exhaust system.

Top speed is now rated at 247km/h, up from the standard car’s 240km/h, while the 0-100km/h dash can now be completed in a flat 6 seconds. The car’s visuals have been enhanced with a set of forged 20in wheels housing huge 330x28mm discs with four-piston callipers. JE Design also offers even more performance with optional ventilated discs, bigger callipers and sport steelflex lining. Smaller 18in and 19in wheels are available for those after a more discrete look.

Adding to the aggressive look is a lowering set of sport springs that lowers the center of gravity by 30mm. There’s also an adjustable coilover suspension kit available. The rear of the car is accentuated with a custom diffuser and quad exhaust tailpipes, while the front gets a two-part spoiler mounted on the left and right front plus a lip spoiler. If all this still sounds too frail, JE Design will cater for you with a new turbo kit for the 3.2L V6 version that’s expected to produce 350hp.

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