We know Audi is capable of being more inconspicuous as we recall from a few days ago another TT-RS proto wearing all-black. However, we presume Audi is looking for feedback

Clearly, the decision makers at Audi want this Audi TT-RS prototype to be seen. Normally, test prototype design details are cleverly concealed out of sight with camouflage of some sort or color blending. However, in this case, Audi is broadcasting the signature RS characteristics on this TT Roadster by highlighting them in contrasting black.

For our blind readers, the blue TT-S Roadster is displaying an aggressive front bumper fascia in black with enlarged air intakes, large black split 5-spoke wheels (perhaps 18-inch in size) and rear bumper fascia with twin oval exhaust pipes masked in black. Lastly, let's not forget the black fabric folding roof top.

We know Audi is capable of being more inconspicuous as we recall from a few days ago another TT-RS proto wearing all-black. However, we presume Audi is looking for feedback as they analyze Internet chatter emanating from sites like WCF about a Roadster RS version.

So what do you think? Should Audi bother with a 340-350 horsepower supercharged 3.0 liter V6 roadster variant of the TT-RS? Leave a comment below.

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Audi TT-RS Roadster Spy Photos