Student Reimagines the TT as the Audi RS


Audi RS5 Cabrio meets BMW Z4 Roadster in this student-designed concept car.

When Audi unveiled the TT in 1998, it revolutionized the brand's design. But while the new version that arrived in 2006 is a more aggressive design, it's still a far cry from the R8. One student in Italy thinks he has the answer with this concept car. Called the Audi RS, Aldo Schurmann's design blends some familiar elements from the Audi ethos with some from BMW with which Audi competes so aggressively. The result is a fair bit slinkier than the roundish TT, but is it an improvement? We'll let you judge that for yourself.

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