The Audi TT Quattro Sport Concept

The Audi TT Quattro Sport Concept

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
14 Mar 2014

The flat Matrix LED headlights, substantial air intakes and broad Single frame grille with its Quattro logo and dark diamond patterned centre section dominate the car's front view. A splitter made of carbon fibre-reinforced polymer (CFRP) rounds off the front end at the bottom and increases the downforce on the front axle.

The silhouette of the Audi TT Quattro sport concept – which is finished in Crystal White – is purposeful from every angle. The already pronounced TT wheel arches, which frame 20-inch wheels with a central locking mechanism and semi-slick tyres, are extended here by a further 30mm, and are connected by powerfully accentuated sill extensions. Their lower segments are made of CFRP. Together with the splitter and the rear diffuser, which stretch all the way to the wheel arches, they form an aerodynamically effective contour.

At the rear, the wide CFRP diffuser underlines the show car’s racing character. Delineated by vertical edges, it surrounds two large, fully circular tailpipes. Large air outlets are positioned on the sides beneath the taillights. A large, fixed wing increases the downforce on the rear of the Audi TT Quattro sport concept.

The interior has been reduced to the essentials. The door panels have been stripped of armrests and speakers, and diagonal strips of Alcantara act as door handles. Low-set racing buckets serve as seats, featuring black four-point seatbelts with white accentuating stripes. The luggage compartment offers space for two racing helmets.

As in the series-production TT, the controls are designed primarily with the driver in mind. That driver has his or her hands on a compact steering wheel with a pronounced rim and a flat bottom. The steering wheel’s spokes house the red start/stop button alongside the keys and rotary buttons for operating the Audi virtual cockpit. Depending on the mode chosen, the fully digital instrument cluster’s 12.3-inch display shows different views.

Credits: Oneshift News Team

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