The Audi TT RS will be the last model available in the United States in 2022, and the Audi TT RS Heritage Edition will be released as a replacement. The new Audi TT RS Heritage Edition is a limited edition of 50 cars in five color schemes inspired by the original Audi Ur Quattro.

The Audi TT RS Heritage Edition will be available in these colors: Alpine White (using Ocean Blue Leather), Helios Blue (using Silver Leather), Stone Gray Metallic (using Crimson Red Leather), Tizian Red (using Havana Brown Leather), and Malachite Green (using Cognac Brown Leather). Limited sale of only ten units of each color in 5 colors. Each sheet has a contrasting honeycomb pattern stitching.

Audi TT RS Heritage Edition

The exterior is equipped with OLED taillights and a sports exhaust with black chips, dedicated 20-inch wheels at the feet, floor mats with the RS logo on the interior, Alcantara steering wheel, and shift knob with body-color accents, etc. The rear glass is specially etched with the quattro logo, the letters HERITAGE EDITION, and the firing order of "1-2-4-5-3" that expresses Audi's particular 5-cylinder engine.

Equipped with a 2.5-liter in-line 5-cylinder turbo engine, it delivers a maximum output of 394 hp and a maximum torque of 480Nm. The power is transmitted to the four wheels via the 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox, and 0-97km is done in 3.6 seconds. The maximum speed is 280km / h.

Audi TT RS Heritage Edition

The 5-cylinder engine continues to have a critical position that has contributed significantly to Audi's brand image renewal. The 5-cylinder engine on the original Ur-Quattro has won numerous motorsports and rallies worldwide. Moreover, the in-line 5-cylinder engine, which only Audi continues to make, has a distinctive configuration that produces a profoundly piercing and meaningful sound and has been highly praised by racers and enthusiasts.

Audi fans lamenting the farewell to the 5-cylinder engine on the TT RS will be thrilled that the Audi RS3 sedan also has a 5-cylinder engine with increased power and torque. In addition, Audi TT RS will continue to be sold outside the US market, and TT and TTS will continue to be sold in the US market. But unless electrification progresses, it may not be long before we have to say goodbye to the entire TT lineup.

The base price of the Audi TT RS Heritage Edition starts at $ 82,000. On the other hand, the standard Audi TT RS starts at $ 74,000.

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