Audi TT 2.0 TDI Ultra lap time at Vairano Handling Course

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2014 Audi TT 2.0 TDI Ultra finished a lap of Vairano Handling Course in 1 minute and 23 seconds.

Track Vairano Handling Course
Type flying start
Vehicle Audi TT 2.0 TDI Ultra
Power / weight 184 ps / 1340 kg
Time 1:22.990
Average speed 113 kph (70 mph)
Submitted 09.01.2015 by 196ss
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Reference:   Quattroroute magazine

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BR2+  6y ago

...Apparently you don't no what a GUESS is...and yet you have the nerve to call somebody that?..

And i thought George Bush was stupid...


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Hans  6y ago

Never said it had that much Bhp

Prolly more like 265Bhp..

You are retarded for sure.


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BR2+  6y ago

I agree, Even as god as technology is today, It can be rather hard putting the EXACT same Bhp numbers for thousands of different vehicle the exact same, Although with alot of company gloating about superior tech, Doesnt seem like it should be that hard, I also agree that claimed Bhp shouldnt be lower, But it shouldnt be higher either, It should be as stated, But i dont think anyone would care it it was off or above by a few Bhp. But remeber, This is a diesel, Fwd and a manual, So of course its not gonna have as good an acceleration run as if it were Awd, S Tronic and non diesel, So that could be throwing it off a bit.


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196ss  6y ago

@BR
In terms of real production it's impossible to exactly match the power of all cars produced by one digit, so the run-up to ± 5% is considered normal at automakers. According to the policy of VAG group (and Porsche, as its sister brand), power of every new bone stock vehicle shouldn't be lower than manufacturer claim. Only on this basis we can say that the power of individual car can easily be 10% more than claim. For this TT power can be 200 hp, or 670 hp for Huracan. However, in this particular case, judging from the test on straight and significantly reduced weight compared to previous generation TT, I think power corresponds claimed figures.
And I agree, acceleration depends not only on the power, but it depends on it more than laptimes. In this case, it is clear that this particular good laptime achieved not by power, but due to excellent braking and cornering.
(Sorry for bad English)


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BR2+  6y ago

196

Never said it had that much Bhp, Was Just a guess on my part, Just look at all the past and recent dyno tests of any cars lately, Just look at all the German cars, Or just Audis in this case that have been Dyno'd in the past, They were making well above there advertised Bhp numbers thats a fact, So i dont see why this one would be any different, The diesel part could take part in it, But acceleration isnt based solely on power.

@Hans

Fanboys=Immediate Stupidity and no say in the matter, Thas > you

. So anything you say is basically just Meh, Meh and more meh.


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Hans  6y ago

50% more power than claim?! Br2+ you are so stupid. If this TT would have that much power then would by fast in the straightline but it's not, it's fast for 185 ps but not for 250 ps. Is an Audi that's why it is fast on track.


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BR2+  6y ago

It's an Audi, So of Course It Has Alot more power Then advertised, Might not have as much as I gussed, But it's just a guess, But I guarantee you ut has more then advertised.


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196ss  6y ago

No way it has 265 hp! If it was so, it should run 100 mph in 12-13 seconds, not 17. And it's top speed should be 250 kph, not 238. But this is a diesel, so it should have more then 170 hp in range from 3000 to 4500 rpm.


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BR2+  6y ago

Prolly more like 265Bhp..


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196ss  6y ago

Very good time for only 180hp.