Super Street Network

 |   |  ABT Tuning Coming to America
Subscribe to the Free
Newsletter

ABT Tuning Coming to America

Nov 14, 2008
Epcp_0811_01_z+abt_tuning_audi+front_view Photo 1/1   |   ABT Tuning Coming to America

GGI European Tuning, the exclusive North American importer of the Carlsson, Hartge and Sportec brands, announced last week at SEMA, that ABT Sportsline will become the newest brand to join GGI's already impressive aftermarket lineup for sport and luxury automobiles. GGI General Manager Arturo Guerrero explained, "Adding Audi and Volkswagen products complements our current product offering so we now cover the most popular German cars in North America. A partnership with ABT is ideal because they are the leader in Audi and Volkswagen tuning in Europe, and we were very impressed by their engineering and quality control."

Based in Kempten, Germany, ABT Sportsline is a factory-authorized tuner of Audi and Volkswagen vehicles. ABT's remarkable 111-year history in business and background in motorsports are the basis for their trend-setting designs and technology. GGI European Tuning will offer the full complement of ABT Sportsline's components for Audi and Volkswagen. This includes power upgrades, suspension modifications, aerodynamic components, wheels, exhaust systems, and complete ABT Sportsline vehicles.

GGI also announced that they will exclusively offer Yokohama Advan tires with ABT tuning packages.

At the time of the announcement, GGI unveiled their Yokohama-shod ABT-tuned Audi A5 (ABT AS5) at an exclusive VIP event at the Las Vegas Hilton Tuesday evening of the SEMA show. The car was then put on display in the GGI European Tuning booth in the convention center's South Hall for the duration of the show.

For more information about ABT Sportsline's components for Audi and Volkswagen vehicles, call 305-717-3133 or visit www.ggituning.com (ABT products to debut January, 2009).

BROWSE CARS BY MARKET

MORE FEATURES

Recently, a selected number of automotive journalists and media influencers made the journey to Spain to be the first behind the wheel of the much-anticipated 2019 Toyota Supra.
Sam DuSep 20, 2018
The 2019 BMW Z4 will arrive next year, initially with a four-cylinder engine followed by a more potent M40i model.
Stefan OgbacSep 18, 2018
Ferrari launched a new, limited edition duo of supercar barchettas with the Monza SP1 and SP2. Get all the details here!
Jonny LiebermanSep 18, 2018
Preview the Super Street November issue, our Nissan annual! With a trio of Charles Wong’s R34 Skyline, 2 Boss Bunny S14, a baby Godzilla Pulsar GTiR, and more!!!
Bob HernandezSep 14, 2018
Who do you think deserves a trip to SEMA 2018?
RodrezSep 14, 2018
Sponsored Links

SEARCH ARTICLES BY MAKE/MODEL

Search
CLOSE X
BUYER'S GUIDE
SEE THE ALL NEW
NEWS, REVIEWS & SPECS
TO TOP