New Audi TT range marks model’s 20th anniversary
Sharper, more powerful and better equipped
The “TT 20 years” anniversary model is limited to 999 cars and forms a link to the year 1998, when the first TT generation made its series debut. Its details are inspired by the TTS Roadster concept study, which premiered in 1995 at the Tokyo Motor Show: The seats, door panels and console of the center tunnel are upholstered in fine Nappa leather in moccasin brown, while the decorative leather strips and Panuka contrasting stitching are a modern interpretation of the original show car’s interior. A badge with a unique serial number as well as “TT 20 years” badges on the steering wheel and gear lever knob adorn the cockpit. 19-inch aluminum wheels in gloss metal gray, specially designed exhaust tailpipes, Matrix OLED rear lights and matt Audi rings above the side sills add highlights to the exterior. Customers can choose between arrow gray and nano gray for the paintwork. The “TT 20 years” is available as a Coupé and a Roadster.
The exterior design of the new TT is now more progressive and sharper. The Singleframe radiator grille is highly sculpted, with large side air intakes emphasizing the car’s firm hold on the road. At the rear, horizontal lines also underscore the width of the compact sports car. As an option, Audi can supply the headlights in LED or Matrix LED technology including dynamic turn signals. The original Audi TT raised the bar for sports car design at virtually every level. It captivated the world from the moment it first appeared as a concept car in Coupé and Roadster form in 1995, and even more so when it took to the roads, virtually unchanged, in production form three years later. It remains one of the stand-out emblems of twentieth century automotive design to this day. Stay tuned for the release dates and pricing details.