Unveiled at the 1995 Frankfurt Motor Show, the TT quickly becomes one of the most popular sports cars in its class.
With Audi Space Frame technology, the TT becomes known as an award-winning, agile and responsive drive.
Unique, distinctive, unmistakably Audi; the
all-new TT dares to define what a sports car should be.
The design of the new Audi TT went back to the drawing board...and stayed there. Many features of the third-generation TT are reminiscent of the first-generation, while its front and rear overhangs exactly match those of that first TT, emphasising its instantly recognisable body shape.
Classic TT DNA has been combined with that of the legendary Audi Sport models. While still recognisable, the new TT now boasts a progressive exterior, appearing flatter and broader, creating a sporty and dynamic silhouette.
Even the refuelling process has been inspired by the Audi R18. Open the classically TT-styled aluminium-look tank cap and the refuelling nozzle can be inserted straight into the filler neck. Just one of the ways the new generation TT has become a true sports car.
The new Audi virtual cockpit sets high standards. With brilliant graphics, a 3D impression and highly detailed effects, the virtual cockpit is the absolute embodiment of the new TT’s technological innovation.
The intuitively controlled MMI navigation plus with MMI touch is also available in the new Audi TT. Displayed on the Audi virtual cockpit, the MMI navigation plus is the most advanced system currently available in Audi vehicles.
TT owners can stay fully connected with the innovative Audi Connect. With high-speed 4G internet access. Audi Connect allows drivers to access information, entertainment and Google Earth navigation maps.
The new TT’s quattro permanent all-wheel drive system has been specially configured for the vehicle’s sporty character. This exclusive configuration means more fun at the wheel, thanks to the combination of high traction and lateral stability.
With Audi Space Frame technology, both aluminium and steel are used for elements of the body, making the new TT up to 50kg lighter than its predecessor. So, while the car is more agile, it’s less demanding at the fuel pump.
At Audi, doing less is something we’re trying to do more of. We’re constantly working to use less fuel, release less CO2 and waste less energy. That’s why we’ve incorporated Audi ultra technology into the new TT: to make your drive dynamic, powerful and efficient.