2015 Audi TT – finally revealed

Last night, Audi has officially unveiled the third generation TT. After a series of images “leaked” on the net in the last couple of weeks, and the release of the official teaser video, we finally have it, the new 2015 Audi TT.

Starting tomorrow, the Audi TT will be on the Audi stand at the Geneva Motor Show.
Prices for the new model have not yet been released.

The new Audi TT has an unmistakable silhouette, thus viewed from the sides the car can be recognized imediately. Viewed from the front though, the story changes. The new TT is more aggressive than ever, and now the front is dominated by the single-frame grille, the signature of all Audi models.

The interior is definitely impressive. It’s been a while since I have seen such an clean interior design, so light and spacious but attractive at the same time.
The Audi designers went with a minimalist theme, like we see in many Audi models lately, including the current A3. The interior is dominated by the five round air vents, a design feature specific to the Audi TT. Vents have now embedded a digital display and adjustable temperature control has been integrated directly into the air intake.
The new MMI controller is in place near the gear lever, but Audi has removed the central display in favour to a new system called Audi Virtual Cockpit, a fully digital display sitting in front of the steering wheel. The new system replaces the analog gauges and offers information from all the sensors in the car.

Audi TT comes with sports seats offered as standard but you can opt for the new S sports seats with a better contour profile and enhanced lateral support.

Overall this will definitely be a bestseller just like the previous models!

2015 Audi TT Video Teaser and all available images

Audi keeps releasing teaser images and videos of the new 2015 Audi TT. We gathered all the released images and the video teaser for you.

The coupe is scheduled to make an appearance at the Geneva Motor Show in a few days.

We can see that Audi will introduce a new dashboard design. The design of new instruments requires the use of a color TFT screen with a size of 12.3 inches, with new climate control buttons, a redesigned center console, sport seats and a redesigned steering wheel.

We also know that with the new TT, Audi will launch its new MMI system that will remove the classic four buttons around the rotary control in favor of a new configuration with only two buttons for ease of use.

Audi wants the new MMI to be used instinctively, without the driver having to look at the buttons. The left button is for submenus, while the right button to access the settings of each submenu. This function can be  compared with the right button of a mouse.