At last, the 2015 Audi TT is official and the third-generation promises to be again captivating due to its emotional design and the dynamic qualities. As you can see the new TT is not a revolution in terms of design, as Audi returned to many of the lines used by the original version and placed them in a new context.
At the first model change in 2006, up to 90 kg (198.42 lb) were saved, and the 2.0 TFSI engine variant of the new TT weighs just 1,230 kg (2,711.69 lb). This makes it around 50 kg (110.23 lb) lighter than its predecessor. The interior was already shown and for those who don’t know, the highlight is that the MMI screen and instrument cluster have been combined to form a central unit called Audi virtual cockpit.
Seven of the colors in the range are new for the TT, and two of these are completely new for Audi: Nano Gray and Tango Red. For the 2015MY, Audi offers the start-stop system as standard on the new TT. The TT 2.0 TFSI and the 2.0 TDI come as standard with 17” forged wheels in five-spoke design.