2015 Third-Gen Audi TT Convertible Captured in First Spy-Shots

Joining the first timers list of spy-shots, the prototype of 2015 Audi TT Roadster is caught on camera undergoing tests in Germany.

The spied test mule is belonged to the third generation of Audi TT Coupe that was unveiled this year in March at the Geneva Motor Show.

The tests in Germany means final touches to be going on, and the plans would have been laid to bring it soon at some of the nearest events, or would adopt the famous trending route of unveiling virtually first than in-flesh.

Coming to the roadster, it was noticed the car will have a light brown leather-wrapped seats, with a vertical wind blocker so that hairstyle may not be ruined by the gushing wind.

2015 Third-Gen Audi TT Convertible Captured in First Spy-Shots

The other designing cues are borrowed from the 2015 Audi TT Coupe, those new LED headlamps and such. The window glass when rolled up had a kind of delicacies attached to with the aptly covered soft-top to complement the rest of designing factors. Liked to make a point here, the rear lid seemed to be quite longer than its hardtop sibling. Otherwise, the interiors are also informed to carry minimal changes than the other one.

Under the bonnet there is a possibility, it could be the 4-cylinder, 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline (petrol) engine offered in two states of tune: 230 PS & 370 Nm and 310 PS & 380 Nm in the hotter TTS. The economical crowd will not be disappointed as well, they will derive a 2.0-liter turbodiesel rated at 184 PS (135 kW) and 380 Nm (280 lb-ft). Gearboxes will include a six-speed manual and an optional six-speed S tronic transferring power to the front wheels or the quattro AWD setup.

However, as said above, the rumour pending in the mill is confined of having the official unveiling of 2015 Audi TT Convertible in October at Paris Motor Show, which will go on sale before the end of the 2015, and may troll to 2016 for the other markets around the world.

Image Courtesy : World Car Fans

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