Audi explains third generation TT design

Audi is explaining the design of the third generation TT in a fresh video released on the firm’s UK official YouTube account. The styling obviously represents an evolution of the two previous generations and now the TT looks sharper than ever with Audi’s angular design encompassing many straight lines to create a clean and attractive design. The car being showcased in the video is equipped with the optional matrix LED headlights which make the car stand out even further.


It’s an upper-spec S line version equipped with a quattro all-wheel drive system and an S tronic transmission. Thanks to this video we also get a better view of the interior cabin where there’s the impressive 12.3-inch configurable TFT display as well as the ergonomically-designed three-spoke steering wheel with built-in controls.

The third generation TT also comes with an electric parking brake and climate controls built into the three central air vents. Moreover, the trunk’s capacity has increased by 13 liters and if additional room is necessary the owner can fold down the rear seats to enable a bigger loading area.

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All in all, the third generation TT is better in just about every way possible and once again it sets new standards in the compact sportscar segment.

Adrian Padeanu

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