This bumps power to 285 hp at 5,900 rpm, and torque up to 280 pound-feet at 3,100 rpm. Nothelle quotes an improvement of 0.6 second in the dash from zero to 60 mph. Top speed climbs to 165 mph, a 19 mph improvement over the standard TT Roadster. Other modifications include an adjustable sports suspension, which lowers the TT by 0.9 inch. A driver can choose from three different shock absorber settings.
Engine tuning options range from mild chip tuning (240 hp), to a complete rebuild of the Audi turbocharged four (330 hp). If you simply must have more than four cylinders, there is Nothelle’s top-of-the-line 520-hp twin-turbocharged 3.2-liter V6. Available only upon special order, this engine can be slotted into any Roadster or Coupe fitted with four-wheel drive and the DSG gearbox.
Source: Inside Line