The new generation of the Audi TT has been recently previewed in a couple of design sketches, ahead of the model’s public debut which will take place in early March, during the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
The 2015 Audi TT will be receiving an evolutionary design and some of the looks of the new car will be influenced by its larger and more expensive brother, the R8 supercar. The model in question will be adopting the LED headlights and taillights which have already been seen in a few spy photos, along with wider wheel arches, a moved Audi logo from the front grille to the lower section of the clamshell hood, a sloping roofline, a liftback like tailgate and much more.
The cabin of the new Audi TT generation has already been unveiled at the 2014 CES and it will be getting circular air vents, with built-in climate control knobs, S sports seats, new center console, flat bottomed steering wheel, 12.3-inch TFT display, aluminum inserts and much more. The 2015 Audi TT will be riding on the MQB platform signed by VW and it will be getting four-cylinder turbocharged gasoline engines, along with a larger five-cylinder one, with 380 HP (279 kW) in the TT-RS. Transmission options will include a manual six-speed and a dual-clutch six-speed. AWD will cost extra.