Audi TT Extreme Tunning

The TT’s styling is regarded by many as a watershed moment in automobile design. From its introduction as a concept car in 1995, and as a production car in 1998, the design was regarded by many as bold, innovative, and revolutionary. While the car borrowed a few design elements from earlier vehicles, the overall design was considered by many to be truly unique.

Pictures of this extreme tunned Audi TT are showed below:

Audi TT 1

Despite its smooth-curved appeal, the design does not lead to revolutionary aerodynamics — the drag coefficient of the body is actually a relatively high 0.35 . But with its distinctive, rounded bodywork, bold use of bare anodized aluminum, and a lack of defined bumpers, the TT represented

Audi TT 2

The success and popularity of the TT’s iconic design gave many automotive designers (and manufacturers) greater latitude to experiment with bold, distinctive design. The TT’s influence can be seen in the design elements of many vehicles released after the TT.

Audi TT 3

Audi TT 4

The TT is often regarded as the vehicle that made people take a second look at Audi. No longer just a second-tier European maker, Audi emerged as a serious competitor for the likes of BMW and Mercedes-Benz. The then-new B5-platform A4 model was a substantial improvement on its Audi 80 predecessor; these two models firmly secured Audi’s position as a prestige marque.

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19 Responses

  1. Andrew says:

    Hey I just wanted to let you know the proper way to spell tuning. Its only one N, not two as you’ve put. But other than that great article. I love Audi and It’s a great find.

    Tuner and Tuning is how they should be spelled though.

  2. Looks like it would have a hard time with pot holes and speed bumps. Boo yaka.

  3. Cosmin. says:

    Hey grandpa, is that your tractor?

  4. Thai girl says:

    Wasn’t this car used in a movie? I have seen it before.

  5. Landtat says:

    It’s a reproduction of the car from Minority Report.

  6. tomexx says:

    Yeah. I think i have seen something like that in “I Robot” movie.

  7. okkie says:

    Minority report has a prototype Lexus. You mean “I, Robot”.

  8. quicksilver says:

    landtat its not from minority report, it’s from: i, robot

  9. Smartie says:

    Either Minority Report or I Robot.

    Looks like “I wanted to have a Bugatti but couldn’t afford one”.


  10. Steven says:

    These photos are taken in Vancouver during the shooting of a film. Probably a few years ago because the city buses are a different colour now. You can see the police and traffic control that they have for all filming. This was likely on off hours, so they were just guarding the area, and not using the vehicle.

  11. Ignatz Horowitz says:

    Yup…definitely Ugliest Car in the World. I’d like to see how he changes a flat.

  12. edd says:

    Isn’t this just a tuned version of the Audi from iRobot? The Audi RSQ Concept? Essentially

    But still, it’d be fun to make!

  13. Josh P. says:

    It’s actually one of the prop cars from I Robot – with Will Smith.

  14. Audianer says:

    No not Minority Report

    It was Audi RSQ from ” i robot” with will smith, but this is a poor making off it


  15. wouter says:

    NO its I-Robot…
    See also the Audi RSQ…
    Will Smith drove it…


  16. Jane Lane says:

    Weird, I Don’t Remember It Seeing It.

  17. jksteele says:

    Not impressed, rather ugly looking car.

  18. Don says:

    Lol.. try to get over a hill with that…. impossible

  19. kcanada says:

    it’s in the movie About a Boy starring Hugh Grant

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