Late last week we gave you everything we had on the upcoming Audi TT RS â€“ and it wasnâ€™t a lot. A couple of teaser images, some sketchy details, and that was about it.
Fast forward a short while, and Audiâ€™s given up the lot.
Due to be officially unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show next month, the TT RS will be offered in both Coupe and Roadster guise.
Packing a turbo-charged 2.5 litre 5-cylinder engine with direct injection, the quattro-equipped TT RS is good for 253kW (340hp) and 448Nm (331lb-ft) of torque.
Power reaches the ground through the all-wheel-drive quattro system and a six-speed traditional manual transmission.
Audi says the TT RS covers the 0-100km/h (62mph) run in under 5 seconds, on its way to an electronically limited top speed of 250km/h (155mph).
No specific information has been offered for the TT RSâ€™s brakes, but they've clearly benefited from an upgrade, as has the suspension and ESP system.
Visually, the TT RS has been treated to a subtle update of the TT Sâ€™s styling, including larger front air vents, and a prominent rear diffuser and rear wing.
Also included with the TT RS are what looks to be two sets of wheels to choose from: the multi-spoke rims first seen on the Audi RS4, and a smaller two-tone five-spoke set.
The TT RS Coupe and Roadster models are expected to go on sale in Europe around the second quarter of 2009, but Audi is remaining tight-lipped on whether itâ€™ll be seen anywhere else.
Below is a gallery of the new TT RS, along with an amazing sound byte embedded in a static-images YouTube video. Turn your volume up, or turn your volume down, but be ready.