A 6-wide Speed Champions model of my Audi TT MkI (8N)
About this creation
The 75873 Audi R8 LMS Ultra was the first Speed Champions Set that I bought for my son (OK, I bought it for me, too, to get some of the new parts). Stickers on Lego Models (as well as on any other thing in our home) don't last very long because of the special attention my son gives to them (1. pull off, 2. put on again, 3. go to 1.), so I have to replace them on all Lego models, especially the head and tail lights. I don't really like them, so that's no big deal.
In case of the R8 it led to additional inspiration. When I modified the front and rear end of the R8 I came to a version that looked more and more like a TT. So after building the R8 I was eager to build a TT. Of course, it had to be blue, just like the one I still have parked in the garage. So I bought a set of the 75871 Ford Mustang and modified the design of the R8 until it looked like a TT.
This is the result:
Finally, a matching ride for BrixoNils :-))
I decided to put on the spoiler, because the real one does have it, too. It doesn't look too bad and it's not wise to go at more than 200 kph on a German Autobahn without it...
Only one exhaust pipe for the FWD version (the quattro models have two).
So this is my 6-wide Lego Speed Champions Audi TT MkI (8N). I hope you like it :-))
Update March 1, 2017:
TT-R DTM, TT and R8 LMS, front end
The TT-R DTM has a front splitter like the R8 LMS. The R8 LMS is almost unchanged, I only replaced the stickers with real bricks
TT-R DTM, TT and R8 LMS, rear end
Rear wing and diffusor for the TT-R DTM are very similar to the R8 LMS.
I could have sworn I'd commented on this before, so i apologize for taking so long to actually do so. This is a very nice SC Audi you've constructed. the round shaping of the real car easily seen here and a spot on profile shaping. well done.
Instantly recognisable. The fact I have never seen many TTs around here makes it interesting to see one. You've hit the nail on the head with this! I would really like to see that ABT TT-R you mentioned.
That's not bad at all! It definitely resembles the TT and looks decent as an SC car to boot. Compact yet fitting beside the rather "upper echelon of sports cars" that Lego produces for the Speed Champions series. Check out my own TT if you have a minute (no link, trying to be as shameless as possible :P)