The real meat and potatoes of this midcycle refresh is in its kit.
The 2019 Audi TT doesn't look much different than the 2018 model, despite Audi promising a "more masculine, more progressive and even sportier" look.
The base models get more aggressive fasciae, with the most obvious change -- a set of vertical air vents -- hanging out just under the taillights.
The real benefits that come with the refresh go beyond the surface layer.
There's a whole bunch of new standard equipment on the base model, including rain and light sensors, a drive mode selector, heated exterior mirrors and a multifunction steering wheel.
Audi's Virtual Cockpit, which puts the most of the infotainment system's functions into a configurable gauge display, is now standard, as well.
As before, the TT is available as both a coupe and convertible.
Motor1 claims that Audi will offer a 2.0-liter I4 gas engines with three different power outputs -- 197 or 245 horsepower for the standard TT, and 306 hp in hopped-up TTS form.
A six-speed manual is available, as is a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, which Audi claims is new for 2019.
It will likely take a bit of time before Audi finalizes its powertrain options and pricing for the US.
Keep on scrolling to check out even more pictures of the refreshed 2019 Audi TT.
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