The smallest car in Audi’s lineup, the Audi TT (Tourist Trophy) , started its life back in 1998 after being previewed by a first concept car in 1995. The second generation TT was then unveiled eight years later - in 2006 - and was still offered in both coupe and roadster versions. Now, we hear that the third generation Audi TT will be unveiled in 2014, following the eight year pattern set by the first and second generations. This generation will debut as a coupe version with a roadster set to follow a few months later.
The first details on the car suggest that it will be nearly as long and wide as the current type, but the chassis and engines will be the same as thefuture R4 , most likely a 186-horsepower 1.4 TSI and a 2.0 TDI unit with 170 horsepower.
Update 2/27/2014: Audi just released a fairly revealing teaser video of the next-gen TT. You can see the video above.
Update 2/28/2014: The new generation Audi TT will be officially unveiled next week at the Geneva Motor Show, but, as no surprise, an image (above) of the sports car has already made its way onto the Interwebz. (Autofans)
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