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  1. Tyres are important to any vehicle because they are the sole point of contact between the road and your vehicle. Regardless of the type of tyre equipped, it is always important to drive prudently and refrain from speeding, especially during wet weather conditions. Watch what befalls this speeding Audi on a rainy day: Location The incident location is on the ECP towards KPE (ECP) at exit 14. The image below is what the area looks like during good weather. What Happened? An Audi TT was travelling on lane 1 of ECP at a relatively high speed while it was raining. Due to its speed and the wet road conditions, the Audi sports car lost traction to its wheels, causing it to aquaplane. Within seconds, it spun out of control - it slid across the expressway, from lane one to the last lane. Just when it was about to smash into the railings, the Audi TT gained some traction in its wheels and seemingly executed a well-performed J-turn (out of pure luck). Miraculously, the Audi TT emerged unharmed - WITHOUT A SINGLE SCRATCH. The Audi driver probably used up his entire year's worth of luck. Netizens' Comments Confirm shrink one. I am not surprised if he stops driving after this traumatic experience. NGL, this is the fastest way I have seen someone exit an expressway. How fast do y'all think he was going? ========= Be the first to get the latest road/ COE news, and get first dibs on exclusive promos and giveaways in our Telegram SGCM Community. Join us today!
  2. Have you ever had to carry your family’s groceries in one trip after they have been on an NTUC run? Usually, it takes two or three trips (with a trolley) to haul back all of the plastic bags but every once in a while, your parents might hit you with the “It’s fine. It’s not that heavy. You can carry all of them back with your hands.”. While you try your best to balance the hefty weight on your arms, your body might feel like it’s going to burst any second. Well, that’s what happened with this truck. On Saturday (4 Dec), a cam car caught the moment when the rear tailgate of a truck suddenly broke off the vehicle on the expressway. After snapping off, the heavy tailgate cartwheeled across the road, hitting the side of a white Audi TT. While the rest of the truck was encased by a cloud of soil, the cam car immediately came to a halt after witnessing the horrific hit. The cam driver hopes that his video will assist the white Audi TT in making an insurance claim for any damages done. How did this happen? Although this was not the first time we heard of a vehicle getting hit by some random part of another vehicle, incidents like this should not be a common occurrence. Last week, a tyre fell from a different truck and hit another vehicle on the PIE. While there were no injuries reported, the scene of a flying tyre is more than enough to traumatize a driver. Even though there are no solid details on what happened in this video, netizens were quick to speculate several possibilities. The first was that the truck driver failed to maintain his vehicle correctly and did not perform the necessary checks to ensure that his truck was safe to drive. The other possibility was that the load of soil that the truck was carrying was too heavy, resulting in the tailgate's sudden breakage. While we might not know for sure how this happened, we’re glad that nobody was severely injured from this potentially deadly incident. Netizens' reactions ======== Receive a $10 PayNow transfer for every submission we publish on Facebook! Simply WhatsApp us ➡️ https://bit.ly/3c6JERA
  3. As they're old, cheap and four wheel drive, I'd always wanted to turn a Mk1 Audi TT into an off-roader. Then my daughter wanted a project so she could learn some mechanical skills... so we're doing it! Been going a little while but I wondered whether you guys would like to see it. If it's in the wrong place in the forum, please feel free to move it, or to delete it if it's just not appropriate for any reason! I'm on Youtube as Dave Makes Stuff if anyone's interested in seeing more: https://youtu.be/fgBrjKUdC9I
  4. Now that is one close shave. As seen on SG Road Vigilante's facebook page, an Audi TT failed to stop at the give way line, nearly crashing into a Mitsubishi Lancer Ex which had the right of way on 29th of April Eagle-eyed readers would have definitely spotted the P-plate sign on the Audi, signaling to us that this might just be a rookie's honest mistake. In our opinion, we thought the camera car would have gotten a larger shock, seeing the Lancer swerve into his lane along Sengkang West Road. On another note, should the Lancer have slowed down instead of (recklessly)accelerating into the camera car's lane? Let us know in the comments below! 94921823_310296959954310_3878032568351719424_n.mp4
  5. Audi of America has released a new commercial for the new TT and they believe that the TT is capable of making your imagination a reality. Directed by Mouse McCoy and produced by the Bandito Brothers, the commerical, “Audi TT: Reality? Check.” uses the cool tilt-shift photography style to obtain the miniature effect. Yes everything you see in the spot is real! For those who want to see how it is done, there's a little behind-the-scene clip too... https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=86&v=vKW5_dYsd8s https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=154&v=XyOgFi4OG7o
  6. On the occasion of the DTM race in Shanghai, the German automaker presented the concept of a GT4 car based on the TT sports coupe.The Ingolstadt-based automaker has yet to release the full engine specifications but it did note that the GT4 is equipped with a TFSI engine delivering about 340 hp. The direct-injected powerplant is linked to an a S-tronic transmission with a differential lock. The racing package also includes a modified production suspension with adjustable dampers plus 9.5 x 18 inch light alloy wheels. The front apron, rear apron and the rear wing are sourced from the production Audi TT RS while the hood, doors and trunk lid are made of CFRP (Carbon fiber-reinforced polymer). The windows are made of plastic. Being a racecar, the GT4 also gets a roll-cage, a safety-optimized fuel tank along with a host of other modifications. The racer will set buyers back for about
  7. German premium marque, Audi, is all set to mark a special milestone set by the handsome TT as it has pleased half-a-million customers worldwide. The production of the 500,000th Audi TT underscores the success of the compact sports car, which made its debut as a coupe in 1998 and as a roadster the year after. To mark this milestone a special-limited run version of the 268bhp rated TTS will be available to just 500 lucky and affluent customers worldwide. Only 120 examples will be U.K. bound and it is unknown if any would reach our island. The TT set standards not only for its design purity but also for its technology, which included ‘downsized’ turbocharged engines, quattro all-wheel drive for higher-end models and the six-speed S tronic transmission, which made its debut back in 2003. The second generation model, marked the first time that Audi succeeded in reversing the weight spiral - courtesy of the acclaimed ASF (Audi Space Frame). Made mostly of aluminium, the new version weighs as much as 90kg lighter than its predecessor. The limited edition TTS models set themselves apart from the pack with an Audi exclusive - contrasting - paint finishes. The coupe will be painted in Nimbus grey for the coupe (although it looks pretty black) while the drop top will wear a bright and cheerful Imola yellow. They also feature a fixed rear spoiler, resembling that of the flagship TT RS, and sport upgraded 19-inch wheels in five-arm rotor design. In the cabin, special Impulse grey leather upholstery with the famous ‘baseball’ stitching in grey and yellow immediately marks them out, along with a numbered ‘x of 500’ plaque in the door insert. The added equipment further enhance an already comprehensive equipment list, which includes a quad-tailpipe sports exhaust system, TTS sports suspension with Audi magnetic ride damper control, xenon headlamps with LED daytime running lights, and matt brushed aluminium inlays, among others. The Limited Edition coupe houses a 2.0-litre TFSI engine with 268bhp and peak torque of 350Nm, which is linked to either a six-speed manual or six-speed S tronic twin-clutch transmission. When equipped with the latter, the benchmark century sprint is complete in a rather brisk 5.3 seconds before climbing to a governed top speed of 249km/h.
  8. [extract] Lately, several automakers has showcased or reported that they will be producing a smaller version of their current models. For example, Porsche revealed a smaller version of the Panamera and Cayenne, Mercedes Benz came up with a plan to release the
  9. -Project Kahn Audi TR8- Recently Project Kahn previewed its reworking of the Audi TT. It basically looks like an R8 with the R8 side panels in a different colour and all so much so that they have named it the Project Kahn Audi TR8. It does look good in all of its photo enhanced glory doesn't it? But we have to note that this isn't the first Audi TT that was done up to look like its bigger brother. We already have Caractere doing the same thing with their Audi TT bodykit and we also have Niche Design doing the same thing. I suppose this shows that at least a good number of Audi TT owners actually cannot afford to buy the Audi R8 and end up modifying their TT for good measure. Or bad measure. Or whatever way so that they can achieve their goal in a slightly warped sort of way. Now this is similar to those that end up making their BMW 3 or 5 series into the M versions of their car. Of course some of them end up just changing the rear badging to achieve this goal. This is actually the cheapest way of 'achieving' their dreams, and the fastest way to be laughed at by a true motorhead. Or if you're talking about the lower end of the scale we have people doing up their Proton Saga into Subaru Impreza and it isn't even the same brand! The thing is, why won't anyone who actually owns an Audi R8 decide to turn it into a TT? Now this would be a really interesting project for people like Project Kahn or any of the Audi tuners. Imagine Project Kahn selling the R-TT; an Audi R8 with an Audi TT aping bodykit. It would be fabulous. Imagine cruising down the autobahn in the R-TT and then some insignificant little Volkswagen Golf GTI giving you the 'Get out of the way' flashing headlights and you simply floor the throttle and leave the puny Golf and its driver wondering what the heck just happened. Or if a Mercedes Benz C63 AMG owner would be so humble to remove his car's AMG and '63 ' badges and stick on the C180 'Blue efficiency' badging instead. It would be a Mastercard moment indeed to watch those pesky Toyota Camry drivers on the Malaysian highways thinking that they've got a big car and that they're pretty fast. I suppose this will only happen if the owners of the higher powered Audi, BMW and Mercedes Benz would become 'humble' and be willing to step down an imaginary notch to pull a really fast one on others. Let's hope that someone affluent enough reads this and is totally willing to do what I've just suggested. So if you're rich and you couldn't care less about your Audi R8 looking like a TT, you should be the one doing such a thing. Everyone is making cheaper cars into more expensive ones so it will be something unique indeed if someone did it the other way round. -Niche Design Audi TT- -the original Audi R8 - Imagine if this was rebadged as a TT! -
  10. Audi has facelifted the TT for the 2011 model year with both the hardtop and roadster versions sporting revised exteriors and interiors. Being typical Audi, the facelift follows Audi's trend for little nips and tucks here and there and nothing fancy. The 2011 models sport a front with bigger air inlets, a shinier glossy black grill and those Audi LED daytime driving lights which were first seen on the TTS version. All TT variants have this feature now. At the rear, we have a rear diffuser with different exhaust outlet/s and almost unnoticeable tail light touchups. Some new colours are also available, Scuba Blue, Oolong Gray, Volcano Red and Dakota Gray. The interior has received a nip and tuck as well, with three new cabin colors, leather that's been specially treated to resist solar heat, and new aluminum bits of trim here and there. And now we get to the more interesting part, for me that is as I don't actually give two hoots about small little facelifts unless there's a technical change. A new 2.0-liter TFSI four-cylinder engine sits under the bonnet and it now comes with 211 bhp instead of the 200 bhp that the old one had. While it has more power it has lots more torque, 350Nm compared to 280Nm. Audi's Valvelift system (Audi's version of variable valve timing and lift control) helps the engine achieve this sort of torque figures. Audi says that the 2.0TFSI TT Quattro will reach 100km/h from standstill in 5.6 seconds. This engine will effectively replace both the earlier 200bhp version as well as the 3.2 liter FSI version too. The levels of torque make the old 3.2 v6 somewhat redundant and this is the reason Audi is dropping this model. The rest of the TT range are a 1.8 TFSI version with 160 bhp/250 Nm and a 2.0 TDI version with 170 bhp/350 Nm. The diesel is pretty economical with a combined consumption of 18.9 km/l. Available as an option on all variants is Audi
  11. [extract] Whatever you do, do not bother about the rear seats. The rear seats are for your toddler or pet hobbit, not you I
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