After what feels like years of leaks, prototypes and teasers, the all-new Audi TT is finally official. Today as we rolled into the beginning of the Geneva Auto Show , Audi pulled the wraps of its latest small coupe , and things are pretty much as we expected. Even our renders where nearly identical to the real production car.
The new car may be an all-new, third-generation model, but from the outside it appears to be little more than a refresh. Audi does have a long history of making new cars that look a lot like the old cars though.
The big news is the interior and the drivetrains. The cabin of the new TT previews the cleaner design with its simplified layout that will make its way through the entire Audi family over the next few years.
The engines in the TT have been replaced by the full line of updated powertrains from the Volkswagen group, including a new 2.0-liter TDI and a pair of gasoline-drinking 2.0 turbos. Power output between these engines ranges from 184 horsepower all the way up to 310 ponies.
Updated 03/24/2014: It looks like Audi decided that the new generation TT will have to wait for another year before arriving to the North American market. So customers interested will have to wait for the 2016 model year to get it.
Hit the jump to read more about the third generation Audi TT.