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If you were lucky enough to attend the Geneva Motor Show 2014 this month, you’ll have had the advantage of seeing the new Audi TT in the flesh, but for those who didn’t we are pleased to reveal some of the details.
The new Audi TT maintains the overall look of its previous model whilst introducing sharper, stronger lines that are not too dissimilar from the Audi R8 supercar! The TT benefits from a more prominent grille (which will more than likely carry over to other models in the Audi range in due course), as well as thin and bright optional Matrix LED headlights.
Despite these changes, the latest Audi TT still looks strikingly like the car it replaces, especially in profile, but then why would Audi want to mess to much with what has become a highly sought after, iconic car of the noughties.
The TTS pictured above benefits from a 306bhp engine, which, with Audi’s six speed S tronic gearbox, can catapult the Audi from 0-60mph in an impressive 4.7 seconds and on to a top speed of over 150mph.
The new Audi weighs less than the car it replaces thanks to a mix of hi-tech materials which mean the new model can offer better economy, improved emissions and more agile handling, as well as being even more fun to drive.
New in-car technology in the TT features include a fully integrated 12.3-inch, high-resolution dashboard screen which allows drivers to alter their dashboard information in two different modes providing users with a choice of a conventional speedo and rev counter setup, or one that favours sat-nav, radio and entertainment modules.
The new TT model is now 55kg lighter than the old version meaning that both its performance and fuel economy are both improved. The new front-wheel-drive 2.0-litre turbo diesel Audi TT with a manual gearbox can achieve 0-62mph in 7.2 seconds – slightly faster than the outgoing four-wheel-drive diesel TT that does it in 7.5 seconds. It can also offer better economy, emitting 29g/km less CO2 at 110g/km, and doing 67.2mpg.
Step inside the cabin of the new Audi TT and unlike the exterior, the interior is significantly different inside. Not only is it more spacious ‚ with a bigger boot of 305 litres, but Audi has refreshed the cabin so it looks less cluttered. One of the main highlights of the cabin is the TFT Virtual Cockpit, which replaces a central display and lays out all the information ahead of the driver.
Audi has said that first UK deliveries of the new TT will be made in late 2014 and it is likely to cost around £28,000 when it goes on sale, an increase on current prices but worth the extra cash we think!