Audi TT Performance Through Generations in 3 Graphs

Average Audi TT horse power

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 400 hp / 294 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 400 hp / 294 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 400 hp / 294 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 480 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +131%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 4 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 133 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 100 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

2019 Audi TT RS Roadster (8S, facelift 2019) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI weighs 1540 kg and has a 400 hp engine. In the category of cars weighing over 1500 kg, it takes 1319th place in terms of engine power. We compiled a special ranking to show you the most powerful vehicles in the category, so why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful cars over 1500 kg

Horsepower to weight ratio

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI was placed 880th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

Horsepower to cc ratio

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI takes 1532th place with its 400 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI has a 400 hp engine. But do you know the ratio between its city consumption and engine power? We looked at this and found that the Audi takes 716th place out of all vehicles. Check out our Top 10 of the most efficient vehicles in city traffic.

Top 10 cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption in city traffic

We’ve created a list of cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption for highway driving. The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI (400 hp) appeared to take 523rd place. Want to know more about the leaders? See the Top 10!

Top 10 cars with the best ratio of horsepower to highway fuel consumption

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI takes 748th place among all cars with the most efficient acceleration. We compared its 400 hp engine to other cars to create this rating. See the Top 10 list to find out who was top in this category!

Top 10 cars with the best ratio of horsepower to one second of acceleration
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.5 TFSI 400 hp / 294 kw
(+131%)
+17% 100 hp / 74 kw 80 hp / 59 kw 160 points
- - - -
Vehicle 2.5 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 400 hp / 294 kw
(+131%)
Power to torque ratio 17 %
Power per passenger 100 hp / 74 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 80 hp / 59 kw
Power to consumption rate 160 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 400 hp / 294 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 400 hp / 294 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 400 hp / 294 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 480 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +131%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 4 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 133 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 100 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

2019 Audi TT RS Coupe (8S, facelift 2019) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI weighs 1450 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 237th place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Horsepower to weight ratio

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI was placed 709th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

Horsepower to cc ratio

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI takes 1531st place with its 400 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI has a 400 hp engine. But do you know the ratio between its city consumption and engine power? We looked at this and found that the Audi takes 664th place out of all vehicles. Check out our Top 10 of the most efficient vehicles in city traffic.

Top 10 cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption in city traffic

We’ve created a list of cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption for highway driving. The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI (400 hp) appeared to take 464th place. Want to know more about the leaders? See the Top 10!

Top 10 cars with the best ratio of horsepower to highway fuel consumption

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI takes 684th place among all cars with the most efficient acceleration. We compared its 400 hp engine to other cars to create this rating. See the Top 10 list to find out who was top in this category!

Top 10 cars with the best ratio of horsepower to one second of acceleration
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.5 TFSI 400 hp / 294 kw
(+131%)
+17% 100 hp / 74 kw 80 hp / 59 kw 160 points
- - - -
Vehicle 2.5 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 400 hp / 294 kw
(+131%)
Power to torque ratio 17 %
Power per passenger 100 hp / 74 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 80 hp / 59 kw
Power to consumption rate 160 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 306 hp / 225 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 306 hp / 225 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 306 hp / 225 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 400 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +77%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 5 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 153 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 77 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

2019 Audi TTS Roadster (8S, facelift 2018) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI weighs 1495 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 447th place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Horsepower to weight ratio

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI was placed 1939th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

Horsepower to cc ratio

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI takes 3323rd place with its 306 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI has a 306 hp engine. But do you know the ratio between its city consumption and engine power? We looked at this and found that the Audi takes 1534th place out of all vehicles. Check out our Top 10 of the most efficient vehicles in city traffic.

Top 10 cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption in city traffic

We’ve created a list of cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption for highway driving. The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI (306 hp) appeared to take 1504th place. Want to know more about the leaders? See the Top 10!

Top 10 cars with the best ratio of horsepower to highway fuel consumption

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI takes 1825th place among all cars with the most efficient acceleration. We compared its 306 hp engine to other cars to create this rating. See the Top 10 list to find out who was top in this category!

Top 10 cars with the best ratio of horsepower to one second of acceleration
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.0 TFSI 306 hp / 225 kw
(+77%)
+24% 153 hp / 113 kw - 153 points
- - - -
Vehicle 2.0 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 306 hp / 225 kw
(+77%)
Power to torque ratio 24 %
Power per passenger 153 hp / 113 kw
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate 153 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 306 hp / 225 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 306 hp / 225 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 306 hp / 225 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 400 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +77%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 5 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 153 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 77 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

2019 Audi TTS Coupe (8S, facelift 2018) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI is placed 123rd out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 306 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to weight ratio

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI weighs 1405 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 448th place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Horsepower to cc ratio

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI was placed 1651st in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI takes 3324th place with its 306 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI has a 306 hp engine. But do you know the ratio between its city consumption and engine power? We looked at this and found that the Audi takes 1348th place out of all vehicles. Check out our Top 10 of the most efficient vehicles in city traffic.

Top 10 cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption in city traffic

We’ve created a list of cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption for highway driving. The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI (306 hp) appeared to take 1419th place. Want to know more about the leaders? See the Top 10!

Top 10 cars with the best ratio of horsepower to highway fuel consumption
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.0 TFSI 306 hp / 225 kw
(+77%)
+24% 153 hp / 113 kw 77 hp / 56 kw 153 points
- - - -
Vehicle 2.0 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 306 hp / 225 kw
(+77%)
Power to torque ratio 24 %
Power per passenger 153 hp / 113 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 77 hp / 56 kw
Power to consumption rate 153 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 221 hp / 163 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 197 hp / 145 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 245 hp / 180 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 345 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +28%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 6 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 111 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 55 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 8 / 10

2019 Audi TT Roadster (8S, facelift 2018) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 45 TFSI is placed 724th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 245 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to weight ratio

The Audi TT 45 TFSI weighs 1415 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 797th place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Horsepower to cc ratio

The Audi TT 45 TFSI weighs 1530 kg and has a 245 hp engine. In the category of cars weighing over 1500 kg, it takes 5045th place in terms of engine power. We compiled a special ranking to show you the most powerful vehicles in the category, so why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful cars over 1500 kg

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 45 TFSI was placed 3183rd in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Audi TT 45 TFSI has a 245 hp engine. But do you know the ratio between its city consumption and engine power? We looked at this and found that the Audi takes 3057th place out of all vehicles. Check out our Top 10 of the most efficient vehicles in city traffic.

Top 10 cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption in city traffic

We’ve created a list of cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption for highway driving. The Audi TT 45 TFSI (245 hp) appeared to take 2776th place. Want to know more about the leaders? See the Top 10!

Top 10 cars with the best ratio of horsepower to highway fuel consumption
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
45 TFSI 245 hp / 180 kw
(+42%)
+34% 123 hp / 90 kw 61 hp / 45 kw 122.5 points
40 TFSI 197 hp / 145 kw
(+14%)
+38% 99 hp / 73 kw 49 hp / 36 kw 98.5 points
- - - -
Vehicle 45 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 245 hp / 180 kw
(+42%)
Power to torque ratio 34 %
Power per passenger 123 hp / 90 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 61 hp / 45 kw
Power to consumption rate 122.5 points
Vehicle 40 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 197 hp / 145 kw
(+14%)
Power to torque ratio 38 %
Power per passenger 99 hp / 73 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 49 hp / 36 kw
Power to consumption rate 98.5 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 221 hp / 163 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 197 hp / 145 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 245 hp / 180 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 345 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +28%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 6 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 111 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 55 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 8 / 10

2019 Audi TT Coupe (8S, facelift 2018) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 40 TFSI is placed 2087th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 197 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to weight ratio

The Audi TT 40 TFSI weighs 1345 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 1555th place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Horsepower to cc ratio

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 40 TFSI was placed 5491st in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Audi TT 40 TFSI has a 197 hp engine. But do you know the ratio between its city consumption and engine power? We looked at this and found that the Audi takes 5223rd place out of all vehicles. Check out our Top 10 of the most efficient vehicles in city traffic.

Top 10 cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption in city traffic

We’ve created a list of cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption for highway driving. The Audi TT 40 TFSI (197 hp) appeared to take 3806th place. Want to know more about the leaders? See the Top 10!

Top 10 cars with the best ratio of horsepower to highway fuel consumption

The Audi TT 40 TFSI takes 5173rd place among all cars with the most efficient acceleration. We compared its 197 hp engine to other cars to create this rating. See the Top 10 list to find out who was top in this category!

Top 10 cars with the best ratio of horsepower to one second of acceleration
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
45 TFSI 245 hp / 180 kw
(+42%)
+34% 61 hp / 45 kw 61 hp / 45 kw 122.5 points
40 TFSI 197 hp / 145 kw
(+14%)
+38% 49 hp / 36 kw 49 hp / 36 kw 98.5 points
- - - -
Vehicle 45 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 245 hp / 180 kw
(+42%)
Power to torque ratio 34 %
Power per passenger 61 hp / 45 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 61 hp / 45 kw
Power to consumption rate 122.5 points
Vehicle 40 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 197 hp / 145 kw
(+14%)
Power to torque ratio 38 %
Power per passenger 49 hp / 36 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 49 hp / 36 kw
Power to consumption rate 98.5 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 400 hp / 294 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 400 hp / 294 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 400 hp / 294 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 480 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +131%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 4 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 133 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 100 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

2017 Audi TT RS Coupe (8S) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI weighs 1440 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 236th place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Horsepower to weight ratio

Weighing 1440 kg, the Audi TT 2.5 TFSI falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 400 hp engine ensure 15860th place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest horsepower weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg. Want to see the leaders? Check out our top 10 vehicles!

Top 10 cars weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg with the lowest horsepower

Horsepower to cc ratio

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI was placed 695th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI takes 1512th place with its 400 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI has a 400 hp engine. But do you know the ratio between its city consumption and engine power? We looked at this and found that the Audi takes 1065th place out of all vehicles. Check out our Top 10 of the most efficient vehicles in city traffic.

Top 10 cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption in city traffic

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI was included in our ANTI-rating with its 400 hp engine. We looked at the ratio of engine power to city fuel consumption and put the Audi in 23929th place. Want more information? Check out the losers in our Top 10 list!

Top 10 cars with the lowest ratio of horsepower to fuel consumption in city traffic
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.5 TFSI 400 hp / 294 kw
(+131%)
+17% 100 hp / 74 kw 80 hp / 59 kw 160 points
- - - -
Vehicle 2.5 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 400 hp / 294 kw
(+131%)
Power to torque ratio 17 %
Power per passenger 100 hp / 74 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 80 hp / 59 kw
Power to consumption rate 160 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 400 hp / 294 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 400 hp / 294 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 400 hp / 294 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 480 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +131%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 4 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 133 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 100 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

2017 Audi TT RS Roadster (8S) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI weighs 1530 kg and has a 400 hp engine. In the category of cars weighing over 1500 kg, it takes 1287th place in terms of engine power. We compiled a special ranking to show you the most powerful vehicles in the category, so why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful cars over 1500 kg

Horsepower to weight ratio

We analyzed all vehicles with a weight over 1500 kg. It’s quite interesting that the Audi TT 2.5 TFSI takes 12178th place in terms of power in our ANTI-rating, and its 400 hp engine earned it such a place. Want to find out the top 10 losers on the market? Keep reading!

List of low horsepower cars heavier than 1500 kg

Horsepower to cc ratio

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI was placed 856th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI takes 1513th place with its 400 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI has a 400 hp engine. But do you know the ratio between its city consumption and engine power? We looked at this and found that the Audi takes 1148th place out of all vehicles. Check out our Top 10 of the most efficient vehicles in city traffic.

Top 10 cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption in city traffic

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI was included in our ANTI-rating with its 400 hp engine. We looked at the ratio of engine power to city fuel consumption and put the Audi in 23842th place. Want more information? Check out the losers in our Top 10 list!

Top 10 cars with the lowest ratio of horsepower to fuel consumption in city traffic
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.5 TFSI 400 hp / 294 kw
(+131%)
+17% 200 hp / 147 kw 80 hp / 59 kw 160 points
- - - -
Vehicle 2.5 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 400 hp / 294 kw
(+131%)
Power to torque ratio 17 %
Power per passenger 200 hp / 147 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 80 hp / 59 kw
Power to consumption rate 160 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 192 hp / 141 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 180 hp / 132 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 220 hp / 162 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 340 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline), Diesel
    • Difference from world average: +11%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 7 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 96 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 48 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 8 / 10

2015 Audi TT Coupe (8S) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 1.8 TFSI is placed 3631st out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 180 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to weight ratio

With its 220 hp engine, the Audi TT 2.0 TFSI takes 21073rd place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest power. We analyzed all vehicles with four-cylinder engines and listed the top 10 slugs among these cars.

Add a couple of horses. Four-cylinder cars with the lowest horsepower

Horsepower to cc ratio

The Audi TT 1.8 TFSI weighs 1210 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 2251st place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Weighing 1210 kg, the Audi TT 1.8 TFSI falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 180 hp engine ensure 13701st place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest horsepower weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg. Want to see the leaders? Check out our top 10 vehicles!

Top 10 cars weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg with the lowest horsepower

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 1.8 TFSI was placed 5201st in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Audi TT 2.0 TDI has a 184 hp diesel engine, and it takes 2175th place among all diesel cars in terms of power. Want to know who Audi is up against? Read our rating of the most powerful vehicles with diesel engines.

Top 10 diesel cars in terms of engine power
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.0 TFSI 220 hp / 162 kw
(+27%)
+37% 110 hp / 81 kw 55 hp / 41 kw 110 points
2.0 TDI ultra 184 hp / 135 kw
(+6%)
+52% 46 hp / 34 kw 46 hp / 34 kw 92 points
1.8 TFSI 180 hp / 132 kw
(+4%)
+28% 45 hp / 33 kw 45 hp / 33 kw 100 points
2.0 TDI 184 hp / 135 kw
(+6%)
+52% 46 hp / 34 kw 46 hp / 34 kw 92 points
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Vehicle 2.0 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 220 hp / 162 kw
(+27%)
Power to torque ratio 37 %
Power per passenger 110 hp / 81 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 55 hp / 41 kw
Power to consumption rate 110 points
Vehicle 2.0 TDI ultra
Power (difference from average) 184 hp / 135 kw
(+6%)
Power to torque ratio 52 %
Power per passenger 46 hp / 34 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 46 hp / 34 kw
Power to consumption rate 92 points
Vehicle 1.8 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 180 hp / 132 kw
(+4%)
Power to torque ratio 28 %
Power per passenger 45 hp / 33 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 45 hp / 33 kw
Power to consumption rate 100 points
Vehicle 2.0 TDI
Power (difference from average) 184 hp / 135 kw
(+6%)
Power to torque ratio 52 %
Power per passenger 46 hp / 34 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 46 hp / 34 kw
Power to consumption rate 92 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 310 hp / 228 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 310 hp / 228 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 310 hp / 228 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 380 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +79%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 5 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 155 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 78 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

2015 Audi TTS Roadster (8S) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI is placed 68th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 310 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to weight ratio

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI weighs 1555 kg and has a 310 hp engine. In the category of cars weighing over 1500 kg, it takes 2795th place in terms of engine power. We compiled a special ranking to show you the most powerful vehicles in the category, so why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful cars over 1500 kg

Horsepower to cc ratio

We analyzed all vehicles with a weight over 1500 kg. It’s quite interesting that the Audi TT 2.0 TFSI takes 10632th place in terms of power in our ANTI-rating, and its 310 hp engine earned it such a place. Want to find out the top 10 losers on the market? Keep reading!

List of low horsepower cars heavier than 1500 kg

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI was placed 2067th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI takes 3092th place with its 310 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI has a 310 hp engine. But do you know the ratio between its city consumption and engine power? We looked at this and found that the Audi takes 1479th place out of all vehicles. Check out our Top 10 of the most efficient vehicles in city traffic.

Top 10 cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption in city traffic
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.0 TFSI 310 hp / 228 kw
(+79%)
+18% 155 hp / 114 kw 78 hp / 57 kw 155 points
- - - -
Vehicle 2.0 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 310 hp / 228 kw
(+79%)
Power to torque ratio 18 %
Power per passenger 155 hp / 114 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 78 hp / 57 kw
Power to consumption rate 155 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 195 hp / 143 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 180 hp / 132 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 230 hp / 169 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 345 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline), Diesel
    • Difference from world average: +13%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 7 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 98 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 49 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 8 / 10

2015 Audi TT Roadster (8S) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI is placed 1002th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 230 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to weight ratio

With its 220 hp engine, the Audi TT 2.0 TFSI takes 21074th place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest power. We analyzed all vehicles with four-cylinder engines and listed the top 10 slugs among these cars.

Add a couple of horses. Four-cylinder cars with the lowest horsepower

Horsepower to cc ratio

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI weighs 1500 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 888th place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Weighing 1500 kg, the Audi TT 2.0 TFSI falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 230 hp engine ensure 15184th place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest horsepower weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg. Want to see the leaders? Check out our top 10 vehicles!

Top 10 cars weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg with the lowest horsepower

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI weighs 1530 kg and has a 220 hp engine. In the category of cars weighing over 1500 kg, it takes 6080th place in terms of engine power. We compiled a special ranking to show you the most powerful vehicles in the category, so why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful cars over 1500 kg

We analyzed all vehicles with a weight over 1500 kg. It’s quite interesting that the Audi TT 2.0 TFSI takes 7484th place in terms of power in our ANTI-rating, and its 220 hp engine earned it such a place. Want to find out the top 10 losers on the market? Keep reading!

List of low horsepower cars heavier than 1500 kg
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.0 TFSI 230 hp / 169 kw
(+33%)
+38% 115 hp / 85 kw 58 hp / 42 kw 115 points
2.0 TDI ultra 184 hp / 135 kw
(+6%)
+52% 92 hp / 68 kw 46 hp / 34 kw 92 points
1.8 TFSI 180 hp / 132 kw
(+4%)
+28% 90 hp / 66 kw 45 hp / 33 kw 100 points
2.0 TDI 184 hp / 135 kw
(+6%)
+52% 92 hp / 68 kw 46 hp / 34 kw 92 points
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Vehicle 2.0 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 230 hp / 169 kw
(+33%)
Power to torque ratio 38 %
Power per passenger 115 hp / 85 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 58 hp / 42 kw
Power to consumption rate 115 points
Vehicle 2.0 TDI ultra
Power (difference from average) 184 hp / 135 kw
(+6%)
Power to torque ratio 52 %
Power per passenger 92 hp / 68 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 46 hp / 34 kw
Power to consumption rate 92 points
Vehicle 1.8 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 180 hp / 132 kw
(+4%)
Power to torque ratio 28 %
Power per passenger 90 hp / 66 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 45 hp / 33 kw
Power to consumption rate 100 points
Vehicle 2.0 TDI
Power (difference from average) 184 hp / 135 kw
(+6%)
Power to torque ratio 52 %
Power per passenger 92 hp / 68 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 46 hp / 34 kw
Power to consumption rate 92 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 310 hp / 228 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 310 hp / 228 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 310 hp / 228 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 380 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +79%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 4 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 155 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 78 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

2015 Audi TTS Coupe (8S) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI is placed 67th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 310 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to weight ratio

With its 292 hp engine, the Audi TT 2.0 TFSI takes 22076th place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest power. We analyzed all vehicles with four-cylinder engines and listed the top 10 slugs among these cars.

Add a couple of horses. Four-cylinder cars with the lowest horsepower

Horsepower to cc ratio

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI weighs 1365 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 422nd place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Weighing 1365 kg, the Audi TT 2.0 TFSI falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 310 hp engine ensure 15666th place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest horsepower weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg. Want to see the leaders? Check out our top 10 vehicles!

Top 10 cars weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg with the lowest horsepower

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI was placed 1404th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI takes 3091st place with its 310 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.0 TFSI 310 hp / 228 kw
(+79%)
+18% 78 hp / 57 kw 78 hp / 57 kw 155 points
- - - -
Vehicle 2.0 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 310 hp / 228 kw
(+79%)
Power to torque ratio 18 %
Power per passenger 78 hp / 57 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 78 hp / 57 kw
Power to consumption rate 155 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 350 hp / 258 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 340 hp / 250 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 360 hp / 265 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 458 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +102%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 4 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 117 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 88 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

2010 Audi TT RS Coupe (8J, facelift 2010) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI plus weighs 1450 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 284th place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Horsepower to weight ratio

Weighing 1450 kg, the Audi TT 2.5 TFSI plus falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 360 hp engine ensure 15817th place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest horsepower weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg. Want to see the leaders? Check out our top 10 vehicles!

Top 10 cars weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg with the lowest horsepower

Horsepower to cc ratio

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI plus was placed 1026th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI plus takes 2101st place with its 360 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI plus has a 360 hp engine. But do you know the ratio between its city consumption and engine power? We looked at this and found that the Audi takes 3016th place out of all vehicles. Check out our Top 10 of the most efficient vehicles in city traffic.

Top 10 cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption in city traffic

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI plus was included in our ANTI-rating with its 360 hp engine. We looked at the ratio of engine power to city fuel consumption and put the Audi in 21967th place. Want more information? Check out the losers in our Top 10 list!

Top 10 cars with the lowest ratio of horsepower to fuel consumption in city traffic
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.5 TFSI 340 hp / 250 kw
(+97%)
+24% 85 hp / 63 kw 68 hp / 50 kw 136 points
2.5 TFSI plus 360 hp / 265 kw
(+108%)
+23% 90 hp / 66 kw 72 hp / 53 kw 144 points
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Vehicle 2.5 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 340 hp / 250 kw
(+97%)
Power to torque ratio 24 %
Power per passenger 85 hp / 63 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 68 hp / 50 kw
Power to consumption rate 136 points
Vehicle 2.5 TFSI plus
Power (difference from average) 360 hp / 265 kw
(+108%)
Power to torque ratio 23 %
Power per passenger 90 hp / 66 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 72 hp / 53 kw
Power to consumption rate 144 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 350 hp / 258 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 340 hp / 250 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 360 hp / 265 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 458 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +102%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 4 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 117 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 88 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

2010 Audi TT RS Roadster (8J, facelift 2010) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI plus weighs 1510 kg and has a 360 hp engine. In the category of cars weighing over 1500 kg, it takes 1838th place in terms of engine power. We compiled a special ranking to show you the most powerful vehicles in the category, so why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful cars over 1500 kg

Horsepower to weight ratio

We analyzed all vehicles with a weight over 1500 kg. It’s quite interesting that the Audi TT 2.5 TFSI plus takes 11648th place in terms of power in our ANTI-rating, and its 360 hp engine earned it such a place. Want to find out the top 10 losers on the market? Keep reading!

List of low horsepower cars heavier than 1500 kg

Horsepower to cc ratio

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI plus was placed 1184th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI plus takes 2099th place with its 360 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI plus has a 360 hp engine. But do you know the ratio between its city consumption and engine power? We looked at this and found that the Audi takes 3231st place out of all vehicles. Check out our Top 10 of the most efficient vehicles in city traffic.

Top 10 cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption in city traffic

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI plus was included in our ANTI-rating with its 360 hp engine. We looked at the ratio of engine power to city fuel consumption and put the Audi in 21760th place. Want more information? Check out the losers in our Top 10 list!

Top 10 cars with the lowest ratio of horsepower to fuel consumption in city traffic
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.5 TFSI 340 hp / 250 kw
(+97%)
+24% 170 hp / 125 kw 68 hp / 50 kw 136 points
2.5 TFSI plus 360 hp / 265 kw
(+108%)
+23% 180 hp / 133 kw 72 hp / 53 kw 144 points
- - - -
Vehicle 2.5 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 340 hp / 250 kw
(+97%)
Power to torque ratio 24 %
Power per passenger 170 hp / 125 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 68 hp / 50 kw
Power to consumption rate 136 points
Vehicle 2.5 TFSI plus
Power (difference from average) 360 hp / 265 kw
(+108%)
Power to torque ratio 23 %
Power per passenger 180 hp / 133 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 72 hp / 53 kw
Power to consumption rate 144 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 180 hp / 133 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 160 hp / 118 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 211 hp / 155 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 317 Nm
    • Fuel type: Diesel, Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +4%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 8 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 90 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 45 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 6 / 10

2010 Audi TT Roadster (8J, facelift 2010) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI is placed 1432th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 211 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to weight ratio

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI weighs 1425 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 1197th place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Horsepower to cc ratio

Weighing 1425 kg, the Audi TT 2.0 TFSI falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 211 hp engine ensure 14913th place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest horsepower weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg. Want to see the leaders? Check out our top 10 vehicles!

Top 10 cars weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg with the lowest horsepower

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI was placed 5278th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Audi TT 2.0 TDI has a 170 hp diesel engine, and it takes 2947th place among all diesel cars in terms of power. Want to know who Audi is up against? Read our rating of the most powerful vehicles with diesel engines.

Top 10 diesel cars in terms of engine power

The Audi TT 2.0 TDI with its 170 hp diesel engine was included in our ANTI-rating and occupies 7064th place. We analyzed all diesel cars throughout history and found the 10 least powerful ones – check out our Top 10!

Top 10 diesel cars with the weakest engines on the market
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.0 TDI 170 hp / 125 kw
(-2%)
+51% 85 hp / 63 kw 43 hp / 31 kw 85 points
2.0 TFSI 211 hp / 155 kw
(+22%)
+40% 106 hp / 78 kw 53 hp / 39 kw 105.5 points
1.8 TFSI 160 hp / 118 kw
(-8%)
+36% 80 hp / 59 kw 40 hp / 30 kw 88.9 points
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Vehicle 2.0 TDI
Power (difference from average) 170 hp / 125 kw
(-2%)
Power to torque ratio 51 %
Power per passenger 85 hp / 63 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 43 hp / 31 kw
Power to consumption rate 85 points
Vehicle 2.0 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 211 hp / 155 kw
(+22%)
Power to torque ratio 40 %
Power per passenger 106 hp / 78 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 53 hp / 39 kw
Power to consumption rate 105.5 points
Vehicle 1.8 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 160 hp / 118 kw
(-8%)
Power to torque ratio 36 %
Power per passenger 80 hp / 59 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 40 hp / 30 kw
Power to consumption rate 88.9 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 272 hp / 200 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 272 hp / 200 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 272 hp / 200 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 350 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +57%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 5 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 136 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 68 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

2010 Audi TTS Coupe (8J, facelift 2010) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI is placed 310th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 272 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to weight ratio

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI weighs 1415 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 620th place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Horsepower to cc ratio

Weighing 1415 kg, the Audi TT 2.0 TFSI falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 272 hp engine ensure 15477th place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest horsepower weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg. Want to see the leaders? Check out our top 10 vehicles!

Top 10 cars weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg with the lowest horsepower

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI was placed 2305th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI takes 4519th place with its 272 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI has a 272 hp engine. But do you know the ratio between its city consumption and engine power? We looked at this and found that the Audi takes 4504th place out of all vehicles. Check out our Top 10 of the most efficient vehicles in city traffic.

Top 10 cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption in city traffic
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.0 TFSI 272 hp / 200 kw
(+57%)
+22% 136 hp / 100 kw 68 hp / 50 kw 136 points
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Vehicle 2.0 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 272 hp / 200 kw
(+57%)
Power to torque ratio 22 %
Power per passenger 136 hp / 100 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 68 hp / 50 kw
Power to consumption rate 136 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 180 hp / 133 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 160 hp / 118 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 211 hp / 155 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 317 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline), Diesel
    • Difference from world average: +4%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 7 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 90 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 45 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 6 / 10

2010 Audi TT Coupe (8J, facelift 2010) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI is placed 1470th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 211 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to weight ratio

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI weighs 1380 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 1213th place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Horsepower to cc ratio

Weighing 1380 kg, the Audi TT 2.0 TFSI falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 211 hp engine ensure 14929th place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest horsepower weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg. Want to see the leaders? Check out our top 10 vehicles!

Top 10 cars weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg with the lowest horsepower

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI was placed 4774th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Audi TT 2.0 TDI has a 170 hp diesel engine, and it takes 3068th place among all diesel cars in terms of power. Want to know who Audi is up against? Read our rating of the most powerful vehicles with diesel engines.

Top 10 diesel cars in terms of engine power

The Audi TT 2.0 TDI with its 170 hp diesel engine was included in our ANTI-rating and occupies 7185th place. We analyzed all diesel cars throughout history and found the 10 least powerful ones – check out our Top 10!

Top 10 diesel cars with the weakest engines on the market
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
1.8 TFSI 160 hp / 118 kw
(-8%)
+36% 80 hp / 59 kw 40 hp / 30 kw 88.9 points
2.0 TFSI 211 hp / 155 kw
(+22%)
+40% 106 hp / 78 kw 53 hp / 39 kw 105.5 points
2.0 TDI 170 hp / 125 kw
(-2%)
+51% 85 hp / 63 kw 43 hp / 31 kw 85 points
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Vehicle 1.8 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 160 hp / 118 kw
(-8%)
Power to torque ratio 36 %
Power per passenger 80 hp / 59 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 40 hp / 30 kw
Power to consumption rate 88.9 points
Vehicle 2.0 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 211 hp / 155 kw
(+22%)
Power to torque ratio 40 %
Power per passenger 106 hp / 78 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 53 hp / 39 kw
Power to consumption rate 105.5 points
Vehicle 2.0 TDI
Power (difference from average) 170 hp / 125 kw
(-2%)
Power to torque ratio 51 %
Power per passenger 85 hp / 63 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 43 hp / 31 kw
Power to consumption rate 85 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 340 hp / 250 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 340 hp / 250 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 340 hp / 250 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 450 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +97%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 4 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 113 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 85 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

2010 Audi TT RS Roadster (8J) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI weighs 1510 kg and has a 340 hp engine. In the category of cars weighing over 1500 kg, it takes 2281st place in terms of engine power. We compiled a special ranking to show you the most powerful vehicles in the category, so why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful cars over 1500 kg

Horsepower to weight ratio

We analyzed all vehicles with a weight over 1500 kg. It’s quite interesting that the Audi TT 2.5 TFSI takes 11394th place in terms of power in our ANTI-rating, and its 340 hp engine earned it such a place. Want to find out the top 10 losers on the market? Keep reading!

List of low horsepower cars heavier than 1500 kg

Horsepower to cc ratio

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI was placed 1471st in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI takes 2573rd place with its 340 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI has a 340 hp engine. But do you know the ratio between its city consumption and engine power? We looked at this and found that the Audi takes 4560th place out of all vehicles. Check out our Top 10 of the most efficient vehicles in city traffic.

Top 10 cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption in city traffic

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI was included in our ANTI-rating with its 340 hp engine. We looked at the ratio of engine power to city fuel consumption and put the Audi in 20437th place. Want more information? Check out the losers in our Top 10 list!

Top 10 cars with the lowest ratio of horsepower to fuel consumption in city traffic
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.5 TFSI 340 hp / 250 kw
(+97%)
+24% 170 hp / 125 kw 68 hp / 50 kw 136 points
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Vehicle 2.5 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 340 hp / 250 kw
(+97%)
Power to torque ratio 24 %
Power per passenger 170 hp / 125 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 68 hp / 50 kw
Power to consumption rate 136 points
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Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
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Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 340 hp / 250 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 340 hp / 250 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 340 hp / 250 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 450 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +97%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 4 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 113 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 85 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

2010 Audi TT RS Coupe (8J) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI weighs 1450 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 361st place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Horsepower to weight ratio

Weighing 1450 kg, the Audi TT 2.5 TFSI falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 340 hp engine ensure 15763rd place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest horsepower weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg. Want to see the leaders? Check out our top 10 vehicles!

Top 10 cars weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg with the lowest horsepower

Horsepower to cc ratio

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI was placed 1268th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI takes 2572th place with its 340 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI has a 340 hp engine. But do you know the ratio between its city consumption and engine power? We looked at this and found that the Audi takes 4311st place out of all vehicles. Check out our Top 10 of the most efficient vehicles in city traffic.

Top 10 cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption in city traffic

The Audi TT 2.5 TFSI was included in our ANTI-rating with its 340 hp engine. We looked at the ratio of engine power to city fuel consumption and put the Audi in 20688th place. Want more information? Check out the losers in our Top 10 list!

Top 10 cars with the lowest ratio of horsepower to fuel consumption in city traffic
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.5 TFSI 340 hp / 250 kw
(+97%)
+24% 85 hp / 63 kw 68 hp / 50 kw 136 points
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Vehicle 2.5 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 340 hp / 250 kw
(+97%)
Power to torque ratio 24 %
Power per passenger 85 hp / 63 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 68 hp / 50 kw
Power to consumption rate 136 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 272 hp / 200 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 272 hp / 200 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 272 hp / 200 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 350 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +57%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 5 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 136 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 68 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

2009 Audi TTS Roadster (8J) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI is placed 344th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 272 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to weight ratio

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI weighs 1495 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 637th place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Horsepower to cc ratio

Weighing 1495 kg, the Audi TT 2.0 TFSI falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 272 hp engine ensure 15494th place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest horsepower weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg. Want to see the leaders? Check out our top 10 vehicles!

Top 10 cars weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg with the lowest horsepower

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI was placed 2748th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI takes 4648th place with its 272 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI has a 272 hp engine. But do you know the ratio between its city consumption and engine power? We looked at this and found that the Audi takes 4857th place out of all vehicles. Check out our Top 10 of the most efficient vehicles in city traffic.

Top 10 cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption in city traffic
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.0 TFSI 272 hp / 200 kw
(+57%)
+22% 136 hp / 100 kw 68 hp / 50 kw 136 points
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Vehicle 2.0 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 272 hp / 200 kw
(+57%)
Power to torque ratio 22 %
Power per passenger 136 hp / 100 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 68 hp / 50 kw
Power to consumption rate 136 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 272 hp / 200 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 272 hp / 200 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 272 hp / 200 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 350 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +57%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 5 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 136 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 68 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

2007 Audi TTS Coupe (8J) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI is placed 341st out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 272 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to weight ratio

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI weighs 1415 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 630th place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Horsepower to cc ratio

Weighing 1415 kg, the Audi TT 2.0 TFSI falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 272 hp engine ensure 15487th place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest horsepower weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg. Want to see the leaders? Check out our top 10 vehicles!

Top 10 cars weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg with the lowest horsepower

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI was placed 2311st in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI takes 4609th place with its 272 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI has a 272 hp engine. But do you know the ratio between its city consumption and engine power? We looked at this and found that the Audi takes 4510th place out of all vehicles. Check out our Top 10 of the most efficient vehicles in city traffic.

Top 10 cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption in city traffic
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
2.0 TFSI 272 hp / 200 kw
(+57%)
+22% 136 hp / 100 kw 68 hp / 50 kw 136 points
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Vehicle 2.0 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 272 hp / 200 kw
(+57%)
Power to torque ratio 22 %
Power per passenger 136 hp / 100 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 68 hp / 50 kw
Power to consumption rate 136 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 195 hp / 144 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 160 hp / 118 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 250 hp / 184 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 300 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline), Diesel
    • Difference from world average: +13%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 7 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 98 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 49 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 8 / 10

2007 Audi TT Coupe (8J) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.0 TDI is placed 4747th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 170 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to weight ratio

In our rating of the most powerful six-cylinder cars, the Audi TT 3.2i V6 24V takes 2658th place. Its 250 hp engine is the reason for placing it here. Want to know more about its competitors? Just read our Top 10!

Most powerful six-cylinder cars currently on the market

Horsepower to cc ratio

If you want a car with a big engine, you might consider the Audi TT 3.2i V6 24V with its 250 hp. But before choosing, pay attention to the fact that it’s ranked 3648th in our rating of six-cylinder cars with the lowest power. Check out which cars made it to the first 10 places!

Why do these cars need six cylinders? Vehicles with the lowest horsepower

The Audi TT 2.0 TDI weighs 1370 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 2857th place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Weighing 1240 kg, the Audi TT 1.8 TFSI falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 160 hp engine ensure 12623rd place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest horsepower weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg. Want to see the leaders? Check out our top 10 vehicles!

Top 10 cars weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg with the lowest horsepower

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 2.0 TDI was placed 9261st in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
3.2i V6 24V 250 hp / 184 kw
(+45%)
+22% 125 hp / 92 kw 42 hp / 31 kw 78.1 points
2.0 TFSI 200 hp / 147 kw
(+16%)
+29% 100 hp / 74 kw 50 hp / 37 kw 100 points
1.8 TFSI 160 hp / 118 kw
(-8%)
+36% 80 hp / 59 kw 40 hp / 30 kw 88.9 points
2.0 TDI 170 hp / 125 kw
(-2%)
+51% 85 hp / 63 kw 43 hp / 31 kw 85 points
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Vehicle 3.2i V6 24V
Power (difference from average) 250 hp / 184 kw
(+45%)
Power to torque ratio 22 %
Power per passenger 125 hp / 92 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 42 hp / 31 kw
Power to consumption rate 78.1 points
Vehicle 2.0 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 200 hp / 147 kw
(+16%)
Power to torque ratio 29 %
Power per passenger 100 hp / 74 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 50 hp / 37 kw
Power to consumption rate 100 points
Vehicle 1.8 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 160 hp / 118 kw
(-8%)
Power to torque ratio 36 %
Power per passenger 80 hp / 59 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 40 hp / 30 kw
Power to consumption rate 88.9 points
Vehicle 2.0 TDI
Power (difference from average) 170 hp / 125 kw
(-2%)
Power to torque ratio 51 %
Power per passenger 85 hp / 63 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 43 hp / 31 kw
Power to consumption rate 85 points
Vehicle
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Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
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Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 195 hp / 144 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 160 hp / 118 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 250 hp / 184 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 300 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline), Diesel
    • Difference from world average: +13%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 7 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 98 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 49 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 8 / 10

2007 Audi TT Roadster (8J) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI is placed 2022th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 200 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to weight ratio

In our rating of the most powerful six-cylinder cars, the Audi TT 3.2i V6 24V takes 2687th place. Its 250 hp engine is the reason for placing it here. Want to know more about its competitors? Just read our Top 10!

Most powerful six-cylinder cars currently on the market

Horsepower to cc ratio

If you want a car with a big engine, you might consider the Audi TT 3.2i V6 24V with its 250 hp. But before choosing, pay attention to the fact that it’s ranked 3677th in our rating of six-cylinder cars with the lowest power. Check out which cars made it to the first 10 places!

Why do these cars need six cylinders? Vehicles with the lowest horsepower

The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI weighs 1295 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 1516th place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Weighing 1285 kg, the Audi TT 1.8 TFSI falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 160 hp engine ensure 12678th place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest horsepower weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg. Want to see the leaders? Check out our top 10 vehicles!

Top 10 cars weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg with the lowest horsepower

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 2.0 TFSI was placed 4626th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
3.2i V6 24V 250 hp / 184 kw
(+45%)
+22% 125 hp / 92 kw 42 hp / 31 kw 78.1 points
2.0 TFSI 200 hp / 147 kw
(+16%)
+29% 100 hp / 74 kw 50 hp / 37 kw 100 points
1.8 TFSI 160 hp / 118 kw
(-8%)
+36% 80 hp / 59 kw 40 hp / 30 kw 88.9 points
2.0 TDI 170 hp / 125 kw
(-2%)
+51% 85 hp / 63 kw 43 hp / 31 kw 85 points
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Vehicle 3.2i V6 24V
Power (difference from average) 250 hp / 184 kw
(+45%)
Power to torque ratio 22 %
Power per passenger 125 hp / 92 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 42 hp / 31 kw
Power to consumption rate 78.1 points
Vehicle 2.0 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 200 hp / 147 kw
(+16%)
Power to torque ratio 29 %
Power per passenger 100 hp / 74 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 50 hp / 37 kw
Power to consumption rate 100 points
Vehicle 1.8 TFSI
Power (difference from average) 160 hp / 118 kw
(-8%)
Power to torque ratio 36 %
Power per passenger 80 hp / 59 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 40 hp / 30 kw
Power to consumption rate 88.9 points
Vehicle 2.0 TDI
Power (difference from average) 170 hp / 125 kw
(-2%)
Power to torque ratio 51 %
Power per passenger 85 hp / 63 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 43 hp / 31 kw
Power to consumption rate 85 points
Vehicle
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Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
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Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 220 hp / 162 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 190 hp / 140 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 250 hp / 184 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 280 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +27%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 7 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 73 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 55 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 8 / 10

2001 Audi TT Roadster (8N, facelift 2000) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 1.8 T is placed 2534th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 190 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to weight ratio

In our rating of the most powerful six-cylinder cars, the Audi TT 3.2i V6 24V takes 2657th place. Its 250 hp engine is the reason for placing it here. Want to know more about its competitors? Just read our Top 10!

Most powerful six-cylinder cars currently on the market

Horsepower to cc ratio

If you want a car with a big engine, you might consider the Audi TT 3.2i V6 24V with its 250 hp. But before choosing, pay attention to the fact that it’s ranked 3647th in our rating of six-cylinder cars with the lowest power. Check out which cars made it to the first 10 places!

Why do these cars need six cylinders? Vehicles with the lowest horsepower

The Audi TT 1.8 T weighs 1340 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 1826th place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Weighing 1340 kg, the Audi TT 1.8 T falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 150 hp engine ensure 11820th place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest horsepower weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg. Want to see the leaders? Check out our top 10 vehicles!

Top 10 cars weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg with the lowest horsepower

The Audi TT 3.2i V6 24V weighs 1560 kg and has a 250 hp engine. In the category of cars weighing over 1500 kg, it takes 4874th place in terms of engine power. We compiled a special ranking to show you the most powerful vehicles in the category, so why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful cars over 1500 kg
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
1.8 T 190 hp / 140 kw
(+10%)
+21% 95 hp / 70 kw 48 hp / 35 kw 105.6 points
3.2i V6 24V 250 hp / 184 kw
(+45%)
+22% 125 hp / 92 kw 42 hp / 31 kw 78.1 points
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Vehicle 1.8 T
Power (difference from average) 190 hp / 140 kw
(+10%)
Power to torque ratio 21 %
Power per passenger 95 hp / 70 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 48 hp / 35 kw
Power to consumption rate 105.6 points
Vehicle 3.2i V6 24V
Power (difference from average) 250 hp / 184 kw
(+45%)
Power to torque ratio 22 %
Power per passenger 125 hp / 92 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 42 hp / 31 kw
Power to consumption rate 78.1 points
Vehicle
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Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
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Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 227 hp / 167 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 190 hp / 140 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 250 hp / 184 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 293 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +31%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 6 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 114 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 57 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 8 / 10

2001 Audi TT Coupe (8N, facelift 2000) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 1.8 T is placed 2536th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 190 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to weight ratio

In our rating of the most powerful six-cylinder cars, the Audi TT 3.2i V6 24V takes 2622th place. Its 250 hp engine is the reason for placing it here. Want to know more about its competitors? Just read our Top 10!

Most powerful six-cylinder cars currently on the market

Horsepower to cc ratio

If you want a car with a big engine, you might consider the Audi TT 3.2i V6 24V with its 250 hp. But before choosing, pay attention to the fact that it’s ranked 3612th in our rating of six-cylinder cars with the lowest power. Check out which cars made it to the first 10 places!

Why do these cars need six cylinders? Vehicles with the lowest horsepower

The Audi TT 1.8 T weighs 1410 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 1829th place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Weighing 1410 kg, the Audi TT 1.8 T falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 180 hp engine ensure 13826th place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest horsepower weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg. Want to see the leaders? Check out our top 10 vehicles!

Top 10 cars weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg with the lowest horsepower

The Audi TT 3.2i V6 24V weighs 1520 kg and has a 250 hp engine. In the category of cars weighing over 1500 kg, it takes 4785th place in terms of engine power. We compiled a special ranking to show you the most powerful vehicles in the category, so why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful cars over 1500 kg
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
1.8 T 190 hp / 140 kw
(+10%)
+21% 95 hp / 70 kw 48 hp / 35 kw 105.6 points
3.2i V6 24V 250 hp / 184 kw
(+45%)
+22% 125 hp / 92 kw 42 hp / 31 kw 78.1 points
1.8 T sport 240 hp / 177 kw
(+39%)
+25% 120 hp / 89 kw 60 hp / 44 kw 133.3 points
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Vehicle 1.8 T
Power (difference from average) 190 hp / 140 kw
(+10%)
Power to torque ratio 21 %
Power per passenger 95 hp / 70 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 48 hp / 35 kw
Power to consumption rate 105.6 points
Vehicle 3.2i V6 24V
Power (difference from average) 250 hp / 184 kw
(+45%)
Power to torque ratio 22 %
Power per passenger 125 hp / 92 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 42 hp / 31 kw
Power to consumption rate 78.1 points
Vehicle 1.8 T sport
Power (difference from average) 240 hp / 177 kw
(+39%)
Power to torque ratio 25 %
Power per passenger 120 hp / 89 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 60 hp / 44 kw
Power to consumption rate 133.3 points
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Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
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Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 180 hp / 132 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 180 hp / 132 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 180 hp / 132 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 235 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +4%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 8 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 90 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 45 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 6 / 10

2000 Audi TT Roadster (8N) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 1.8 T is placed 3699th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 180 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to weight ratio

The Audi TT 1.8 T weighs 1430 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 2291st place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Horsepower to cc ratio

Weighing 1430 kg, the Audi TT 1.8 T falls into the most popular weight category on the market. Its 180 hp engine ensure 13741st place in our ANTI-rating of cars with the lowest horsepower weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg. Want to see the leaders? Check out our top 10 vehicles!

Top 10 cars weighing between 1000 and 1500 kg with the lowest horsepower

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 1.8 T was placed 8808th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Audi TT 1.8 T takes 9743rd place with its 180 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

The Audi TT 1.8 T has a 225 hp engine. But do you know the ratio between its city consumption and engine power? We looked at this and found that the Audi takes 11665th place out of all vehicles. Check out our Top 10 of the most efficient vehicles in city traffic.

Top 10 cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption in city traffic
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
1.8 T 180 hp / 132 kw
(+4%)
+23% 90 hp / 66 kw 45 hp / 33 kw 100 points
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Vehicle 1.8 T
Power (difference from average) 180 hp / 132 kw
(+4%)
Power to torque ratio 23 %
Power per passenger 90 hp / 66 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 45 hp / 33 kw
Power to consumption rate 100 points
Vehicle
Power (difference from average) -
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -

Quick Notes on Audi TT Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 225 hp / 165 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 225 hp / 165 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 225 hp / 165 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 280 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +30%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 6 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 113 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 56 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 8 / 10

1999 Audi TT Coupe (8N) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Audi TT 1.8 T is placed 1092th out of all cars with a four-cylinder engine, having 225 hp. We have compiled a special ranking system to show you which vehicles are the best on the market in terms of power – why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful four-cylinder cars in automotive history

Horsepower to weight ratio

The Audi TT 1.8 T weighs 1395 kg, so it falls into the category of vehicles weighing 1000–1500 kg. Among such cars, the Audi takes 959th place in terms of engine power. Look at our rating to find the most powerful cars in this category.

Top 10 most powerful cars weighing 1000-1500 kg

Horsepower to cc ratio

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Audi TT 1.8 T was placed 3981st in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Audi TT 1.8 T takes 6490th place with its 225 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

The Audi TT 1.8 T has a 225 hp engine. But do you know the ratio between its city consumption and engine power? We looked at this and found that the Audi takes 11168th place out of all vehicles. Check out our Top 10 of the most efficient vehicles in city traffic.

Top 10 cars with the highest horsepower and best fuel consumption in city traffic

The Audi TT 1.8 T was included in our ANTI-rating with its 225 hp engine. We looked at the ratio of engine power to city fuel consumption and put the Audi in 13827th place. Want more information? Check out the losers in our Top 10 list!

Top 10 cars with the lowest ratio of horsepower to fuel consumption in city traffic
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
1.8 T 225 hp / 165 kw
(+30%)
+20% 113 hp / 83 kw 56 hp / 41 kw 125 points
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Vehicle 1.8 T
Power (difference from average) 225 hp / 165 kw
(+30%)
Power to torque ratio 20 %
Power per passenger 113 hp / 83 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 56 hp / 41 kw
Power to consumption rate 125 points
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