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Refreshed versions of the roadster and coupe next week
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1 April 2010

The facelifted Audi TT will be unveiled at the Leipzig motor show on 9 April.

Both the roadster and coupe versions of the Audi TT are being updated.

However, Audi has released no details of the changes, beyond saying: "To mark the 30th anniversary of quattro, the coupe and roadster continue building upon the successful history of the TT models."

In addition, Audi will display the Audi A1, Audi A8, Audi RS 5 coupe and Audi e-tron Detroit motor show concept.

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30 March 2010

WOW what a departure from the current Audi design, I wasn't expecting that.

31 March 2010

It keeps the badge people coming back for more. Any slight change must have them running to the dealership.

4 April 2010

No pics of updated TT yet :(

4 April 2010

New TT. Great.

5 April 2010

[quote Autocar] the roadster and coupe versions of the Audi TT are being updated.
[/quote] If they can use the styling from the original TT they could be onto a winner!

5 April 2010

The Hairdressers will be pleased!

19 May 2010

i have had some audi a6 problems lately and it really takes away a lot of time and energy.

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