The new TT
8 March 2006

Audi’s ‘TT Lounge’ microsite ( today reveals this image of the next TT, which is to be launched at the Paris show in September.

Based on a new platform, the TT will also feature a new range of engines, with the 1.8-litre unit thought likely to be replaced by the 2.0-litre from the Golf GTi. The 3.2-litre V6 may be replaced by the Q7’s 3.5-litre unit. All except base models will run Audi's Quattro four wheel drive system – the car in this picture has a Quattro badge. The TT should be on UK sale before the end of the year and is to be unveiled on April 6th.

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