Audi plans to roll out the next generation TT
|   Thursday, November 08, 2012
Audi is planning an upgrade to the current model of the TT and while doing so, Audi plans to merge the current generation platform with that of the first generation to get the best deal. The next generation Audi TT is expected to feature all the current modern technologies while being true to its basic nature.

The current model of the Audi TT has lost the initial charm possessed by the vehicle and has turned into just another regular coupe from Audi.
The company plans to change this aspect and as a result the plans are being made to restore the original glory to the TT. The vehicle is expected to feature some of the design patterns of the first car and this is confirmed news from Audi insiders.

People have the feeling that the original Bauhaus designing should be brought back to the next generation Audi TT and this exterior design was ornamentation proof and as a result was quite popular. Audi is also planning a TT Roadster, which is set to be launched fall 2015 and before the final plans are being made, Audi wants to bring back the original TT Coupe.

The next generation Audi TT as predicted will be based on the Volkswagen MQB platform and this will feature a longer wheel base in sync with the longer overall length of the vehicle. With wider tracks, the Audi TT will receive a new dimensional change. Exterior designing will also receive primary importance with the latest six grille design which is a patent on Audi. The head lamps will be more angulated with a clamshell designed body frame with a roundish rear end with similar spoilers.

The exterior body work is designing masterpiece and the vehicle will be aerodynamic to improve performance. The TT will also be more engaging to drive and deliver more power as a result. Audi plans to outwit the Porsche Boxter with this design and as a result the dynamics and performance has to be tuned. Aluminum usage is set to increase over the current model to maintain the proposed body weight and centre of gravity and as a result the vehicle has to be lowered.

The different power train options available on the TT will be a 1.8 liter, followed by a 2.0 liter EA 888 petrol engine with fuel saving cylinder deactivation technology. A 2.0 liter diesel option will also be launched initially. Late 2015 will see the launch of a 2.5 liter diesel option making its debut in the Audi TT Performance RS edition. Drive train improvements will also be made to optimize performance and 2014 is an important year for Audi.

Audi is also planning an upgraded kit for the TT and to maintain the vehicle's stature as a performance coupe, the designing and comfort has to be taken care of apart from performance. The roadster version is another anticipated launch from Audi and customers are already impatient for the new vehicles to be unveiled. The vehicles are expected to be showcased in 2013.
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