- ❝ A rear-wheel drive German classic.❞
- ―Description in Watch Dogs.
The design appears to look mostly like a Daytona Coupe and a bit of a RUF RCT EVO. A classic appearance makes a remarkable stand against the more modern styles and their power resembled in-game.
The car features a very soft suspension setup, with the springs allowing a high amount of lateral extension and compression at the front and rear. Its roaring engine implies the power in the acceleration and speed, despite the low durability and handling. The heavy wheelspin and negligible traction experienced in lower gears coupled with a soft suspension setup make this car enjoyable to toss around corners both on and off-road, but very unforgiving for those not used to the car. In Watch Dogs 2, it's recommended you feather the throttle during high-risk situations, as the wheelspin will often prevent you from gaining any respectable distance from a standing start, and the car is extremely prone to oversteer during hard cornering.
- Watch Dogs
|N/A||336hp twin turbo V8 (In-game model)||Rear-mid engine, rear wheel drive||5|
- Watch Dogs
- May be seen driven in the Wards district, or may be found in the Car On Demand app, when unlocked, for $20,000.
- Can be found on roof of the opposite building of Woodpark-West CTOS Tower.
- Watch Dogs 2
- Available in the Auto Elite car dealership, for $112,500.
- The inclusion of 336 in the car's model name suggests that the car houses a 336-horsepower engine, which is only 6 hp greater than the 330 hp of the engine found in the 1971 Pantera GT.
- The name resembles the Porsche 911, also the visual inspiration for the car.
- The TT could be an acronym referencing to "Twin-Turbo", as in the Porsche 911 Twin Turbo.
- It is the only vehicle that possesses yellow fog lights.
- When painted blue, the front end bears a slight resemblance to Wangan Midnight's "Devil" Nissan Fairlady S30Z.