New Audi TT shows up with a techie twist
GENEVA -- The attractive and costly little Audi TT works as a weekend toy for the wealthy or a symptom of midlife crisis, a sports car usually out of reach of the average backroad flogger. That niche must work well for Audi, however, as the 2015 TT, launched at the Geneva auto show, holds the line on this formula.
Looking toward techie wealth it seems, Audi adds a substantial tech twist to the new TT in the form of its Virtual Cockpit.
Styling updates to the new TT are slight, showing in a slightly less rounded roofline and a single-frame grille, which comports with Audi's current design language. An automated rear spoiler deploys at 75 mph. As a hatchback coupe, the TT only has two doors, and rear seats that can hold a couple of French Bulldogs comfortably.
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