Icon reimagined. The Audi TT Coupé. 

Few cars have had quite the impact on automotive design as the Audi TT Coupé, but since the first concept study was unveiled to the world in 1995, it has been hailed as a modern classic.

Now, 20 years since the original became a production reality, the third generation arrives to further refine its iconic design – still unmistakably TT, but with a sharper, more contemporary interpretation of the original. An automotive classic reimagined.

The driver’s car

From the very outset, the Audi TT Coupé was designed as a driver’s car and the latest model is no exception. From the interior architecture to the driving dynamics and power delivery, the Audi TT is designed to accentuate the driving experience. Lightweight construction, superb aerodynamics and a powerful 2.0 TFSI powerplant mated to a six-speed S tronic transmission give this modern sports classic the performance to match its sporty looks. Add Audi quattro permanent all-wheel drive to the equation, and the driving experience reaches new levels.

Iconic design

Design highlights, such as the distinctive silhouette remain, albeit with a modern twist on the original. The TT has become more aggressive in its styling, its stance wider and more purposeful.

A sporting character

Driver focused and keeping all relevant controls and systems easily within the driver’s reach, the outstanding Audi virtual cockpit is a standard feature, with its TT-specific welcome screen.

Razor-sharp handling

With its progressive steering, four-link rear suspension and the option of Audi magnetic ride damping adjustment, the TT will see the driver looking for roads to explore the limits of the car.