This is the new Audi TT, or at least the design sketches behind the latest version of Audi’s long-serving coupe.
Released by Audi ahead of the Geneva motorshow, where the new TT will make it’s debut, the two sketches give an idea of what we will see in March.
As with the last version it’s very much evolution rather than revolution with the new TT – with Audi making efforts to maintain the iconic look of the 2+2.
In the sketches at least the rear looks almost identical to the current car, in fact from the front lights back you’d be hard-pushed to see a difference.
The main changes to the face mean the lights have been given a new, more angular, look, while the standard Audi upright grille is updated to the new hexagonal shape to keep it in line with the rest of the marque’s cars.
No more details are available at the moment, but expect a line up of petrol and diesel engines at launch with a hot, RS version following as well as a roadster.