According to Audi chief designer Wolfgang Egger, the next-generation TT will be a sharper, more angular vehicle than past models.
When the third-generation Audi TT makes its debut, it will usher in a new era of design for the German automaker, as the TT will introduce the brand’s new design strategy. The automaker is hoping to further differentiate its convention vehicles from its SUVs and crossovers in terms of design.
Along with more angular lines and more outside-the-box design on their headlights, future Audi models will definitely be different than their predecessors, but Egger did note that it won’t be as radical of a change as what BMW did over a decade ago to its models.
The new TT will be based on the automaker’s MQB architecture and will be available in front- or all-wheel drive. Powerplants will be four- or five-cylinder engines with the top-of-the-line RS boasting close to 400 hp.
[Source: Car and Driver]
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