Audi has released the official sketches of its upcoming 2015 TT coupe. In its 2015 avatar the Audi TT bends a bit more towards its original version, and look sharper, and more aggressive. The overall shape, which is considered iconic in design circles – a modern classic, remains unmistakable. The main design features of the new, 2015 Audi TT are its single frame grille, with the logo having been transferred to the bonnet, more angular twin section lamps and sharper ORVMs. The design of the LED lamps has been changed too – they look sharper, and more detailed.
The signature bonnet shut-line, left deliberately pronounced is interfered in by the rounded front wheel arch. The upper part of the window quarter panel now gets an angular kink for a more muscular, aggressive profile. At the rear, the car gets full LED lamps resembling the design of the front lights. A mildly arched hatch lip, a recessed registration plate area and aggressive looking twin exhausts placed within a black-finish diffuser complete the rear look of the 2015 MY Audi TT.
We have already written about the interior of the 2015 Audi TT. The images of the car’s dashboard were revealed a while ago. Taking inspiration from an aircraft’s cockpit, the instrument console is designed in an angular style. The A/C vents look exactly like an aircraft’s turbines and the layout of controls is also different from what we have seen in the previous car. You can read our earlier report on the 2015 Audi TT’s interior by clicking here.
The new Audi TT will be powered by a variety of engines. There will be two petrol units – a 1.8 liter, and another 2.0 liter, dishing close to 180 and 220 bhp respectively. Then there will also be the more frugal and torque disel motor powered variant with 180 bhp and a massive 350Nm of torque for a light 1200 kg of kerb weight. Power will be transferred to front wheels via a dual clutch seven speed S-Tronic or six speed manual transmissions.
The most powerful variant TT RS variant in lineup will boast close to 400 bhp from a 2.5 liter turbo unit. The middle variant will be the TTs with 300 bhp on tap. More new on the new 2015 Audi TT is expected to filter in now, since the official sketches of the car have been released. The car will make its official debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. Stay tuned to Motoroids for the live coverage of the Extravaganza.