New third-gen Audi TT spied winter testing

Audi is putting the third-generation TT through its final tests in snowy Sweden and here we have the latest pictures showing an evolutionary design with a public debut most likely already in March at the Geneva Motor Show.

The prototype reveals little of the rear light graphic, single-frame grille, narrower lights and at the rear is also hiding a retractable spoiler. Nothing revolutionary in terms of the design.

The wheelbase looks also longer, meaning there is more interior and boot space.

Audi already showed the interior of the next TT at CES earlier this month, with a fully digital instrument cluster displaying all the information directly in front of the driver, meaning that there is no need for a central MMI monitor.

The interior boasts familiar design language with clear lines, aluminium trim, circular vents with integrated climate control knob, revised centre console and flat-bottomed steering wheel.

Power will come form a range of petrol and diesel units. A range topping TT RS is expected to pack around 380bhp.


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