A new take on the Audi TT headlines in Paris
1st October 2014
Much loved Audi TT formula is remixed to incorporate five doors, a longer wheelbase and a 400PS version of the punchy 2.0-litre TFSI engine
- Concept study for Mondial de l’Automobile in Paris (Oct 4-14) reinterprets Audi TT with extended wheelbase and five doors
- Four-cylinder TFSI provides 400PS, maximum torque 450 Nm (331.9 lb-ft) and 40mpg-plus potential
Audi has drawn inspiration from its five-door A5 and A7 Sportback models, which artfully blend the rakish lines of a coupé with the real world practicality of an executive class car, to create the TT Sportback concept, which will make its world debut at the Paris Motor Show. Adding 29 centimetres to the length of the ‘standard’ TT to incorporate its extra rear doors, the full four-seat show car takes the famous silhouette in another new conceptual direction, and its 2.0 TFSI engine also expands considerably on its more familiar output in the production coupé, weighing in at a brawny 400PS.
“With the TT, Audi created one of the automotive design icons of the last 20 years,” says Prof. Dr. Ulrich Hackenberg, Audi Board Member for Technical Development. “In the years since, we have designed our sporty and elegant five‑door Audi A5 Sportback and Audi A7 Sportback. In our Audi TT Sportback concept show car, we are now fusing both concepts to form a new member of a potential TT family.”
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