120 Years Edition by ABT Sportsline

120 Years Edition by ABT Sportsline

Tuning specialists at ABT Sportsline celebrated 120 yeas of activity. As such, they’ve introduced an additional range of ‘120 Years Edition’ models; how else could you celebrate their activity involving tuning Volkswagen Group’s vehicles? Most of us associate them with Audi projects, that’s true, but there’s more to them than meets the eye.

120 Years Edition by ABT Sportsline comprises 3 models, retouched and modified in the garage’s unique manner, of which only 40 will make drivers’ days better. First off, the ABT TTS: a performance upgrade makes for 370 hp (272 kW) and 460 Nm of torque, allowing the vehicle to max out at 265 km/h. The exterior has been partly wrapped in silver and finished in Daytona-grey, while red accents make the TTS look even more aggressive; special 120 Years Edition badging completes the project. Sure, you could also note the new front splitter, custom mirror caps, rear skirts and a rear wing; or, possibly take a closer look at the ABT-typical quad-pipe exhaust and 20: CR alloys with matching red accents.

120 Years Edition by ABT Sportsline

The Audi Q3 is also part of the celebration, with the compact premium 4WD ABT QS3 showing off a Daytona-grey and silver wrap exterior. The engine now develops 210 hp (154 kW) to enable it to reach a top speed of 224 km/h. The overall appeal is complemented by a rear skirt with 4-pipe exhaust, rear spoiler, a front splitter and custom mirror caps. The same CR alloys try to grab your attention.

The 3rd and last car in ABT Sportsline’s big project is a surprise. A customized version of the Volkswagen Transporter T6 van, dubbed Bulli, shows off  an Iridium Gray exterior. Its 2.0-liter TDI engine has been improved upon, with 180 ponies (132 kW) and 420 Nm of torque pushing the somewhat large vehicle forwards. The new front skirt add-ons, a front grille attachment, side skirts, a rear skirt set with 4-pipe exhaust, and a rear wing could be considered dramatic aesthetic modifications, with the large Mystic Black DR wheels supporting said statement. I’d go for the T6!

120 Years Edition by ABT Sportsline

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