Audi has this week unveiled a refreshed version of its TT RS, with the updated model set to hit roads later in April this year.
In terms of styling, the 2019 edition, which encompasses both Coupé and Roadster variants, sits on either 19- or 20-inch wheels and gets a redrawn face as well as a redesigned rear.
The changes, however, are barely noticeable and the model is more or less the same as the TT RS revealed back in 2016.
Up front, for example, the design revisions are confined to the lateral air inlets, which have been enlarged, and the lower spoiler that is now drawn up at each side. At the rear, there’s a newly-designed fixed wing complete with side winglets and a new RS-specific diffuser down below.
On the inside, details include sport seats with either a rhombus or honeycomb pattern as well as RS logos on the steering wheel, door sill trims, and selector levers.
Under the skin, the new model retain the previous 2.5 TFSI powerplant that boasts 395 bhp and 354 lb-ft of torque, a 0-62 mph time of 3.7 seconds and the option of a 174 mph top speed.
The five-cylinder engine is also matched to the same seven-speed S tronic transmission as before.