2007 mtm Audi TT bimoto

(from MTM Press Release) The mtm Bimoto, probably the most impressive vehicle produced by mtm, is based on the Audi TT and is equiped with two four cylinder turbo-engine. Even the starting performance makes overwhelming driving powers possible. Because of further engine-modifications together is a maximum 1000 HP possible.

The latest project - the mtm bimoto - is one of the exclusive and extraordinary special vehicles of mtm. Once more it shows that the founder Roland Mayer wants more engine power and perfection.

2007 mtm Audi TT bimoto-12007 mtm Audi TT bimoto-2The idea of two engines sounds strange at first, but it has lots of advantages compared with other ideas. To construct a V-8 turboengine for example we would have had to choose a central engine arrangement, which would have required the development of a special and more expensive allroad transmission.

For the drive of his two axles the mtm bimoto has two engines and two transmissions. The slightly changed body of the Audi TT hides more than expected at first sight. Both in front and rear every transmission is driven by its own 1.8 l four cylinder turbo-engine. A partition made of carbon including a rear window separates the maximum two passengers from the second drive unit in the rear. What you can find in it is that almost every aggregate is double of the front one. Likewise there is a manual six gear transmission installed on the opposite of the driven direction which is driven by a 1.8 l cylinder in almost he same axis of the front part. To make power shifts possible double-clutches-transmissions will be obstructed in the new future. A welded cage stabilizes the complete car and includes the both aggregates.

With six-point-belts in Recaro full-bucket seats in future maximally two passengers have the possibility to feel the experience double engine in the exclusive MTM bimoto. The development costs for the prototype are about 600.000 euro. A small series of 10 vehicles is planned. Optionally also a race-suspension and/or race-suspension-parts can be ordered.

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