We imagined the "T" in any Audi engine nomenclature would always and forever mean "turbo." Apparently, such is not the case, as Audi has officially revealed the 3.0L TFSI, which is in fact supercharged. The confusingly named new motor, which we first caught wind of in a report about a supercharged mill for the next Audi S4, will most likely be seen first in the 2009 Audi A6, making 290 HP and 310 lb.ft. of torque. Using a Roots-style supercharger, a front-mounted intercooler and direct injection, the new 3.0 will be Audi's high-tech showpiece, so expect to hear a lot more about it in the future. [MotorAuthority and WCF]