Those wacky German funsters at MTM have already doctored the new-generation Audi TT. From the company that brought you the crazed twin-engine, 860-bhp TT Bimoto comes four versions of four-cylinder turbocharged tweakery. Starting with the 200-bhp 2.0-liter FSI engine, MTM offers a 245 bhp/261 lb-ft option--but that's just an appetizer. More tempting are the 250 bhp/268 lb-ft and 272 bhp/273 lb-ft iterations. Or there's the whole hog: 313 bhp with 291 lb-ft of torque. Plans are afoot for similar outrages to be performed on the 3.2-liter V6 model, with 280 bhp being achieved through modified camshafts and changes to the air filter and exhaust system. An MTM supercharger, however, will coax a further 60 bhp, putting this car in 911 territory. New, sonorous exhaust systems are also available, as are uprated brakes and bespoke lightweight alloy wheels, with aerodynamic body kits coming down the pipe.