That means the 2-liter TFSI now puts down more power and torque than the 3-liter supercharged V6 in an S5 Cabriolet. Not surprisingly, it's also much faster, MTM claiming 0 to 100 km/h in only 4.8 seconds.
The German company really doesn't do things by the half measure. It also improved the S3 Cabriolet using a 44-pipe stainless steel exhaust system worth 3,200 euros and promising a more sonorous tone. You can also add beefier 380mm disc brakes for added stropping power and Nardo edition rims or Bimoto wheels for added curb appeal. Ensuring all the softness has been tuned out of the ride, KW precision-adjustable coilover suspension is fitted as well.
MTM's fully converted S3 can be yours for €62,000, which is €13,000 over the list price of the Cabriolet. It's a lot to pay small Audi, but you can't buy a fastest convertible with a 2-liter turbo engine.