Several official images showing the Audi TT Sportback concept have hit the web. The Ingolstadt-based automaker hasn’t said anything about the possibility of bringing a fresh concept to the upcoming Paris Motors Show but courtesy of German media we now can share several official design sketches depicting what is believed to be a Sportback concept of the third generation TT.
The sleeker five-door vehicle is reportedly 4.47 meters long and has been designed in the same vein as the A5 & A7 Sportback versions. The concept is 29 cm (11.4 inches) longer than the TT and sits 3 cm lower while the width has significantly increased. Thanks to the increased size, the Audi TT Sportback concept has a generous cargo capacity of 850 liters after folding down the rear seats.
Confirmed details about what powers the concept are not available at this point but chances are the TT Sportback has a four-cylinder, 2.0-liter TFSI engine developing as much as 400 HP (294 kW). Most likely the power is channeled to a quattro all-wheel drive system.
A public debut is likely scheduled for October 2 during the first press day of the Paris Motor Show but an official online reveal could occur in the days to come.