Audi has revealed a new concept car at the Beijing Auto Show 2014. The concept is based on the recently revealed 2016 Audi TT sports car but it has four doors raised driving height and four individual seats. It's called the Audi TT Offroad and according to Audi provides a glimpse of how the automaker might turn the Audi TT sports car in a family that encompasses a number of different segments.
You may also remember that Audi a few weeks ago Ulrich Hackenberg revealed that the brand with the four rings was looking for ways to take advantage of a strong brand TT and iconic status with the launch of additional variants. Audi uses a foot brake for a preview of the new Audi TT and this proves to be popular among fans so it is clear that the DNA of the TT can be successfully applied to other body styles.
Sustaining Offroad TT MQB platform is the Volkswagen Group contained in the new Audi TT and a handful of other models of the giant German carmaker. We can also see that the instrument design concept is the same as in the new Audi TT but the cabin has four individual seats with a folding function for the rear pair. I also borrowed the new Audi TT is the virtual cockpit where all information including information and entertainment as well as speedometer and tachometer is presented through a fully digital display of 12.3 inches behind the wheel.
The power in the Audi TT Offroad comes from a hybrid system so that the vehicle is an e-tron quattro. Engine 2.0-liter TFSI regulate the new Audi TT is integrated with an electric motor sandwiched between him and a six-speed S tronic dual-clutch and this combination is used to drive the front wheels. A second electric motor is mounted in the rear along with a pack of lithium-ion batteries and along with power plants in the front provides a system output of 408 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque.
If built any production version of the Audi TT Offroad point to the likes of the Range Rover Evoque and the BMW X4. Although today is labeled a Audi TT there is also the possibility that it could be labeled a Q4 for production and resumed between Q3 and Q5 models in the regular lineup of Audi. Audi will launch a new Q1 crossover subcompact in 2016 and the automaker has said it is keen to expand its portfolio of crossovers and SUVs to meet the growing demand for this type of luxury cars.for the other reviews about the newest cars visit here.
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