Paris Motor Show 2014: Audi reveals five-door TT concept

Published 02 October 2014

Audi has revealed a five-door concept version of the TT. Audi says it combines the ‘real-world practicality of an executive class car with the rakish lines of a coupe.’

The longer, lower TT Sportback is powered by a 400PS TFSI petrol engine. There’s no word on a production model but there is a good chance of it going on sale in future, priced from around £30,000.

The rear row has space for two people in individual seats, with a storage compartment in between. The back rests can be folded to improve load space, while up front the dashboard has been inspired by an aircraft wing.

The large, digital instrument binnacle seen on the TT Coupe appears and replaces traditional analogue dials. It can also display mapping information, which can be controlled and zoomed via a touchpad, using smartphone finger gestures.

The 2.0-litre, 400PS petrol engine sends drive to all four wheels through a seven-speed dual clutch transmission. 0-62mph takes 3.9 seconds. 


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