• Jun 6th 2006 at 7:33AM
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Turns out Audi was holding out on us and has just released a album's worth of photos depicting the new TT in various states of pose. We got some more desert shots that seemed to have been not included in the first official pics Audi released. There's also a whole slew of shots showing a Steel Blue TT on the road, as well as cutaway shots showing the powertrain and driveline and even original sketches of the new TT during its gestation period.

Follow the jump for the rest of the pics. There's a lot and you can click on any to get a suitable desktop wallpaper-sized version.

[Source: Audi]

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      • 9 Years Ago
      *cough* 3d generated / photoshop *cough*

      I am seriously getting annoyed by the amount of use that 3-D software and Photoshop gets used by Promotional Shots.. A friend and I sat down and Had a look at some Bugatti Veyron Shots and only 2 out of 11 looked convincing enough to be / were real..
      • 9 Years Ago
      "Red illumination is the hardest to see at night. Saab (and more importantly) fighter jets got away from this years ago. A massive red warning light will stand out in a field of black and white, or backlit gauges. But, red light is hardest to see instruments in. A red GPS or multipurpose screen? How does this still get past TuV?"

      From Wikipedia:

      In biological night vision, molecules of rhodopsin in the rods of the eye undergo a change in shape as light is absorbed by them. The peak rhodopsin build-up time for optimal night vision in humans is 30 minutes. Rhodopsin in the human rods is insensitive to the longer red wavelengths of light, so many people use red light to preserve night vision as it will not deplete the eye's rhodopsin stores in the rods and instead is viewed by the cones.
      • 9 Years Ago
      I think it's quite beautiful. The photoshop mention and the radical different look from slightly different angles make these pictures suspect however.

      I like that it's more aggressive than the old TT, which always wafted a bit feminine.

      Curiously, the straight side-on view is the least attractive
      • 9 Years Ago
      I loved the previous TT, but this takes away from the original design in my opinion. It is TOO masculine and bulky; the original movement and flow in the body curves is gone and now the car looks too "Incredible Hulk" IMO. Love the interior, but definitely agree about the poor grill design - why are all auto manufacturers getting on the Bugatti bandwagon and designing these gaping blowup doll grills? Oh well.... I'm a MINI driver anyway (another design that will be screwed up in the 2007 redesign...)
      • 9 Years Ago
      heh, just to finish my thought-- one of the great things about being a car lover is that sometimes you get to see great designs evolve over time. you look forward to seeing how a good designer is going to expand on a theme that worked so perfectly the first time.

      that hasn't happened here at all.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Looks sweet. I'll bet it looks even better in black. The new interior is much better than the old TT's. The DSG tranny just makes this thing that much sweeter.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Two tone paint would have been perfect for this car
      • 9 Years Ago
      looks like a chopped euro for focus to me
      Greg A.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Not only do I prefer the previous generation's looks, I dislike that this one has increased in size. Did they have to make it bigger to meet new safety standards, or did they do it just to make it more comfortable?
      • 9 Years Ago
      But what does Tom Design think of it? I know you are a huge fan.
      • 9 Years Ago
      The drawings are much better. It actually looks like a Chrysler Crossfire from the back. I'm still not a fan of the TT.
      • 9 Years Ago
      WOW! I can only hope I get stuck behind this car in traffic.
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