The lightweight TT is tipped to get a similar treatment to the Porsche 911 GT3
, trimming excess fat, fitting a roll cage and possible tightening up the suspension to near track levels of firmness. Considering that the existing TT RS Plus (pictured) already hits 62 mph from a standstill in 4.1 seconds, the GT3 version could drop that time wel into the threes (assuming the same engine is used). The reports are attributed to Wolfgang Durheimer, who prior to taking up his current role as head of development for Audi, did the same for Porsche
, but in between headed up both Bentley
. In other words, the man knows a thing or two about performance.