When viewed from the side, many details of the new Audi TT are reminiscent of the first-generation of the classic. The sculpted sill contour, also known as the dynamic line, together with the door forms a thick light-refracting edge; the rear corners of the door are gently rounded. The wide wheel arches form distinct geometric bodies that appear to be superimposed. The front wheel arch intersects the hood join. The join resumes above the door as the shoulder line and runs nearly horizontally to the rear, where it transitions elegantly into the tail light.
The two large, round exhaust tailpipes on the left and right with their chrome-plated trims terminate in a dual branch exhaust system. They recall the first Audi TT – as do the slightly rounded rear window, the single-part rear lights seamlessly set into the body and the three-dimensional TT logo.
The interior of the Audi TT is wholly focused on the driver. The overall design of the interior clearly expresses the purist sports car character. The lines are light and almost seem to float. Horizontals emphasize the width effect. All elements are clearly structured and have taut surfaces.
Viewed from the top, the instrument panel resembles an aircraft wing, with its centre area sharply inclined towards the driver. The round air vents recall jet engines – another typical TT detail. They house all of the air conditioning controls. The controls for seat heating, temperature, air recirculation, air distribution and strength of the air flow are all arranged along its axis. Small displays show the settings with the optional deluxe automatic air conditioning.
The new Audi TT comes across as more masculine, more progressive and sportier than ever before. Powerful horizontals at the front radiate confidence. The hexagonal Singleframe grille is very wide and flat – similar to the Audi R8 high-performance sports car.
The flat headlights of the Audi TT fit nicely into the front design and give the sports car an energetic look. Audi installs xenon plus units as standard. Their LED daytime running lights form a homogeneous arc at the upper edges of the headlights.
LED headlights or Matrix LED headlights are available as optional equipment. Their daytime running lights present a distinctive signature: the light is emitted across three fins that subdivide the headlights like a grille.
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