For the MTM RTT, Mayer begins with the Audi TT coupe and its 250-hp 3.2-liter V6 with dual-clutch automated manual transmission. To this base, MTM adds a specially developed turbocharger and a low-restriction exhaust. The result is 415 hp at 6,910 rpm and 368 pound-feet of torque delivered at 3,400 rpm. If the powertrain features a six-speed manual transmission, MTM turns up the RTT’s boost to deliver 433 hp.
Externally, the RTT isn’t quite as subtle, and the gaping grilles front and rear definitely give the RTT a menacing stance that the normal TT lacks. The four chrome exhaust tips projecting out of the rear bumper are a nice touch, although the two-tone paint treatment of deep purple and gray tells you more about the German market for tuner cars than you want to know.
MTM’s next major project is a supercharged version of the new Audi S5 coupe. This stylish new Audi should be equally adept at impressing valets as it is at delving into six-digit speeds on the autobahn.
MTM’s version of this broad-shouldered coupe will have 470 hp and 384 lb-ft of torque, versus the standard S5’s 325 hp and 325 lb-ft of torque. The MTM S5 before us wears 21-inch MTM wheels and you can hear the bark of its sport exhaust, but unfortunately the installation of the supercharged engine is still a few weeks away.
Source: Inside Line