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The Fast and the Future: Audi TT with the Audi performance chip and Audi OEM parts




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The Fast and the Future: Audi TT with the Audi performance chip and Audi OEM parts

Anthony Fontanelle
September 22, 2007

Audi is not your average car manufacturer, with sedans or coupes of middling quality. Its tagline, “Truth in Engineering," captures the company's advocacy in vehicle advancement through technology perfectly. Applying this principle in the construction of every automobile they launch, the company's history has already proven how steeped in success this auto maker has been for years now.

Origins can be traced back as far as the beginning of the 20th century, when German engineer August Horch founded a manufacturing firm that would eventually become Audi. In 1932, the four Saxon motor vehicle brands, Audi, DKW, Horch, and Wanderer, merged, forming Auto Union AG, based in Chemnitz, Germany. The Audi emblem of four overlapping rings basically represents this union. For many years after, Audi would become known for producing high quality cars, but it would be in 1998 when the company's success finally expanded to a global scale.

It was two years before the new millennium when the Audi TT sports car debuted in the market. The TT's styling was bold, innovative and its market launch was truly a momentous occasion in automobile design for many. While several design elements of the car model was obviously borrowed from earlier vehicles, the combination of such features led to the creation of a car that was, in terms of design, truly unique. Audi TT's parts and accessories gained huge recognition for the efficient functionality they demonstrated, contributing highly to overall car performance. One of these, the Audi performance chip, can be found on the on-board expansion port of the engine control module. This device adjusts the air to fuel ratio and the timing of the spark plugs in order to induce the most efficient fuel burn. This device is one prime example of Audi's ingenuity when it comes to automobile parts manufacture. Today, there are many Audi OEM parts that can be purchased. Although the Audi TT is exemplary in every aspect, some cars owners still wish to push their cars to perform further. This is where Audi OEM parts, like an Audi performance chip, comes into play. The installation of this part, after all, successfully results to better handling and higher horsepower. With such products in tow, it is certain that Audi will still be offering excellent products for everyone in the years to come.

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