Today, Audi revealed the 2017 Audi TT RS at the Beijing Motor Show. It comes equipped with the all-new five-cylinder aluminum engine, advanced traction control, and a beastly 400-horsepower (60 hp over the previous version).

The coupe is listed to boogy from 0-62 in 3.7-seconds, while the roadster in just 3.9-seconds. Its interior is completely modernized, with a large 12.3-inch virtual cockpit that showcases the speed, RPMs, torque and G-forces. Buyers will be able to choose from either an aluminum or carbon trim package. All of this comes wrapped in the TT RS’s aggressive body design, finished off with a generous grill in the front and racy OLED lights in the rear.

Currently, US pricing and availability haven’t been released yet, but according to chatter from the Beijing Motor Show floor, we should expect to see the new TT RS arrive in showrooms sometime in 2017.