The new Audi TT looks set to remain the smartest car in its class by releasing a much lighter, more efficient and a smoother drive than ever before.
The handling of the vehicle is a major improvement the engineers are working on for the third-generation Audi TT. The German manufacturer aim to do so without affecting the usability, comfort and style which Audi is depended upon.
Although the overall teardrop shape will be similar, the style will be much sharper appearing more aggressive than the previous TT models. Inspiration for the design comes from the e-tron Spyder approach, with an unmistakable curve along the sides making the car more distinguishable than earlier models.
The front of the Audi TT is refreshed with a hexagonal grille and slim headlights, while full padded LED tail-lamps pronounce the wide bulky haunches. The motor will be available as a Roadster, sticking with a lightweight fabric roof.
The new Audi TT is not expected to be available for purchase until early 2014, but we'll keep you up to date at Lease Cars Direct.Click Here to View all Prices on Audi TT.
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