Stand out.

The exterior of the Audi TT Coupé.

A silhouette that stands out. Unequalled. Both in the past and now. The new Audi TT – a further milestone in the success story. Its whole appearance is energetic. Including the horizontally designed rear and very taut areas. Dynamic and athletic. Like a body defined down to the last detail. Low, wide, stretched. Not a line too many. Precise through and through, single-mindedly pursuing a clear aim: to impress with powerful aesthetics. The new Audi TT – one of the most progressive sports cars of our time.

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A different way of thinking.

Body line that picks up on the design of the first Audi TT – and develops it consistently in a new way. A statement. Shaped from pure design. Sharp edges indicate strength of character. Powerfully staged. With striking air inlets. The new three-dimensional design of the Singleframe is integrated stylishly in the horizontal front end. The Audi rings on the bonnet. A position that indicates its sports car genes and sets your pulse racing immediately.

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Standards redefined.

Numerous details round off the appearance. Such as the tank cap in aluminium design with visible screw thread. Streamlined. Sporty. A tribute to its predecessors. Yet still completely new.

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Making an impression.

Visibly more sportiness. Thanks to the optional Audi Matrix LED headlights in 3D design with characteristic horizontal and vertical elements. Picked up at the front and continued in the Singleframe and on the bonnet. Futuristic, progressive. Made up of single light emitting diodes, recognising oncoming traffic and optimising the illumination of the surrounding area. The rear
is sensational too. Equipped with LED technology as standard and with a continuous brake light. The light concept of the new Audi TT – designer language that needs no translation.

Consumption and emission values:
Fuel consumption
urban: 7.4-7.3 l/100 km
extra-urban: 5.1-5.0 l/100 km
combined: 6.0-5.9 l/100 km
CO2 emissions combined: 149-159 g/km