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ABT shows off at Wörthersee. Image by ABT.

ABT shows off at Wörthersee
A bright green Volkswagen Golf R and a 310hp Audi TT showcased by ABT at the annual Wörthersee show.
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What's all this about?

Every year, fans of modified Volkswagen Group cars gather in the Austrian town of Reifnitz for the Wörthersee car show; this year the event runs from 13-16 May. ABT, which bills itself as 'the largest tuner of cars produced by the Volkswagen Group', has prepared a couple of special vehicles for the show: a 400hp Golf and a 310hp Audi TT.

Tell me about the Golf.

It's hard to miss the ABT-prepared Volkswagen Golf R, with its bright green vinyl wrap and black detailing. There is also a special front grille, headlamp covers, side skirts and rear spoiler. Under the back bumper there are four exhaust pipes, finished in black chrome and measuring 102mm in diameter. Completing the ensemble is a set of 20-inch wheels finished in black with green highlights. Engine modifications take the standard R's 300hp and increase that figure by 100.

What about the TT?

Maximum power and torque for the new Audi TT prepared by ABT are 310hp and 440Nm, up from 230hp and 370Nm. A set of springs and anti-roll bars are designed to fine-tune the handling. On the outside it has a body kit comprising front skirt add-on, mirror caps, rear spoiler and rear skirt. The TT also gets an ABT exhaust system.



John Lambert - 12 May 2015


2015 Volkswagen Golf R 400 by ABT. Image by ABT.2015 Volkswagen Golf R 400 by ABT. Image by ABT.2015 Volkswagen Golf R 400 by ABT. Image by ABT.2015 Volkswagen Golf R 400 by ABT. Image by ABT.2015 Volkswagen Golf R 400 by ABT. Image by ABT.

2015 Volkswagen Golf R 400 by ABT. Image by ABT.2015 Volkswagen Golf R 400 by ABT. Image by ABT.   








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