2015 Audi TT spied for the first time

2015 Audi TT spy photo
2015 Audi TT spy photo / Automedia

Promises to be lighter and more powerful than its predecessor

The 2015 Audi TT has been caught undergoing testing in Germany.

Dressed in heavily camouflage, the model has an evolutionary design that closely echoes its predecessor. Despite this, the car has a sportier appearance thanks to angular headlights, a prominent grille and a rakish windscreen. We can also see flared wheel arches and a dual exhaust system.

Engine options remain a mystery but will reportedly include a 1.8-liter TFSI with 180 HP (132 kW) and a 2.0-liter TSFI with output of 220 HP (162 kW) and 300 HP (221 kW). There could also be a range-topping TT-RS with an upgraded turbocharged five-cylinder engine that produces 380 HP (279 kW).

Besides being more powerful, the 2015 TT is expected to be lighter as it will ride on the MQB platform which already underpins the Audi A3 and Volkswagen Golf VII.

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carmaster1986 carmaster1986
I remember that Audi said that "we change our design language from 2015"; but I don't see even any evolutionary change in TT rather than revolutionary change! I think they never want to change their design language. Very sad
Oct 22nd, 2013 1:31pm
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DBaskov DBaskov
I hoping and expecting this model to look completely different and refreshing from previous gen TT. So far I haven't been that impressed with other Audie's models' design progression.
Oct 22nd, 2013 5:52am
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My thoughts as well. I used to love Audis for their design. It seems the whole VW group is following the idea of the 911, remain unchanged for ever.
Oct 22nd, 2013 8:13am
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Kakumbaz Kakumbaz
Evolutionary design is better than revolutionary design, that's why Volkswagen group cars are timeless, unlike their Asian counterparts who design contemporary. Still, i'll reserve my TT related comment for when Audi takes off that wrapping paper, and reveals it's true identity..
Oct 22nd, 2013 8:14pm
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benzboy benzboy
I wasn't sure if they were still making these. When they first came out the design was evolutionary, now not so much
Oct 22nd, 2013 2:02am
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N20_Purge N20_Purge
I see Audi went back to the TT Mk1 exhaust style. Good decision.
Oct 21st, 2013 10:22pm
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Aygo Aygo
Why alter a successful formula. Even in prototype form, the new TT is looking very appealing. I've noticed a slighty longer front overhang on this prototype.
Oct 21st, 2013 11:35pm
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