All-new sports coupe is just a few weeks from its public debut.
The new Audi TT has entered the final stages of development as the carmaker readies the production car for a public unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show. These latest spy shots show the car testing in the Arctic Circle. Previewed as the Allroad Shooting Brake concept in Detroit, the next-generation TT will be one of the first Audis to adopt the company’s evolving design language where each model will have a distinct look.
1.8- and 2.0-liter gasoline and diesel units will do the motivating, while styling will still be partly influenced by the original TT. The interior of the new car was shown at CES earlier this month, as this is an area Audi has worked very hard on revamping. Audi marketing boss Luca de Meo said: “The original Audi TT had a huge impact on the market and the image of Audi. We know the new car must be a leader in technology and design especially, and it is crucial that the new car continues our success in the market.”