Audis TT is probably one of the most radically designed cars to ever go from concept to showroom floor. Looking as though it is straight out of a sci-fi movie, the car garners a love it, or leave it attitude. Its design turns heads, even if those heads disdain the TTs appearance or admire it. The TTs design queues have even overflowed into other marketsfor example, the new Kobe shoe from Adidas was designed by the same team that designed the TT in Audis California-based design studio.
Though the TT has a fairly loyal following, aftermarket body parts arent nearly as abundant as they are for the Golf, Jetta, and Beetle, all of which share the same platform as the TT. That being said, there are a few select companies that have taken on the task of making the TT stand out with an aero package. ATS Design is one such company. ATS has taken a route that many would agree is the best. Rather than trying to radically modify the clean, unique lines of the TT, ATS has developed a body kit and rear deck spoiler that add to the original designs ocular enticement.
The kit consists of four urethane splitters that go on the lower corners of each bumper and a rear wing that has billet-aluminum perches, and a third brake light that sits in the body of the urethane wing. Installation of the splitters is as easy as applying double-sided tape and securing screws in the fenderwells.
The wing installation requires minor wiring and drilling through the decklid with the included template. Not only is there a template included, but all the necessary hardware, including installation instructions, are also part of the package. We spent a couple of hours at the ATS shop and watched them install the flawless-fitting kit on a 2000 TT. Follow along as this TT goes from blah to blam.