Next-generation Audi TT interior revealed at CES

Audi has unveiled the interior of the next-generation TT at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

The next-generation TT has been caught testing couple of times, boasting an evolutionary design with a public debut very likely already at the Geneva Motor Show in March.

The new TT interior shows 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 Audi virtual cockpit with its 12.3-inch TFT monitor boasts brilliant graphics and 3D impressions for highly detailed effects.

There are two display modes. The classic view has the speedometer and rev counter are in the foreground, while in “infotainment” mode, the virtual instruments are smaller, offering space for functions such as the navigation map.

The interior is typical to Audi with clear lines, aluminium trim, circular vents with integrated climate control knob, revised cenrre console, S sport seats and flat-bottomed steering wheel.


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