Details and Renderings of the Next-Generation Audi TT Released


Audi has released some new details of their next-gen TT on the heels of their release yesterday of the next-gen R8 supercar.

New details have emerged on the next-generation Audi TT. According to a report by AutoExpress UK, the new TT will be lighter and more efficient as well has boasting handling comparable to the Porsche Boxster. Judging from the pair of renderings released by Audi, the third-generation TT takes its styling cues from the e-tron and e-tron Spyder concepts previously seen at the 2010 Detroit and Paris Motor Shows.

The renderings show a front-end complete with sleek headlights and a big, open grille. The rear features a car-width wide set of LED taillights. The next-generation Audi TT is expected to debut as early as 2013 and should hit dealerships by 2014.

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