Audi TT is in its third-generation and currently offered as a coupe and roadster.
Earlier this year Audi unveiled a TT Offroad concept and now in Paris is showing a sporty TT Sportback concept that forms a “new member of a potential TT family.”
Typical to concept cars, the TT Sportback features big wheels, small mirrors, integrated door handles, huge grille, while the tail lights remind us the A3. The roofline is very similar to the production TT coupe, just stretching out a bit longer.
The concept is 4.47m long, 1.89m wide, and 1.38m high, featuring a wheelbase of 2.63m. That makes it 29cm longer, 6cm wider and 6cm lower than the production TT coupe. The wheelbase is up by 12cm.
Despite increased dimensions the rear is clearly not very roomy, but that’s not the idea here and we are sure your kids will be fine there.
The best part in addition to this almost production ready look is what’s under the bonnet.
Power comes from a 400 horsepower 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder linked to a seven-speed S-tronic dual clutch transmission and quattro all-wheel drive, taking the TT Sportback from 0-62mph in 3.9 seconds.
It is unlikely the production model will use this engine, though a possible RS version sounds like a lot of fun with this power unit.