Audi has teased the new TT coupe ahead of its Geneva Motor Show reveal with renderings and video, but now, what appears to be a photo of the new two-door has leaked onto the web, courtesy of And if you're thinking, "Well, jeez, that looks familiar," you definitely aren't alone. Aside from the new lighting character in the taillamps, everything you see here looks pretty much unchanged from the old car. Of course, the front should get a nice freshening, and that interior should be super-high-tech. We'll reserve final judgments until we see the new TT live in Geneva next week.

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      James Dailey
      • 1 Year Ago
      I would love to see a panoramic sunroof on the coupe. The hardtop with no sunroof feels too closed in for me.
        • 1 Year Ago
        @James Dailey
        I was thinking the same thing. Just like with Jaguar's F-Type coupe. I would love it just that much more with a panoramic sunroof.
      • 1 Year Ago
      it should really have looked like that imho:
        • 1 Year Ago
        Seriously. They released gorgeous concepts and then backed off and went with this?
      • 1 Year Ago
      So what happened to all those "going back to the mk1 roots" talks, Audi?
      • 1 Year Ago
      Now it's official, the whole Audi design team is a guy that makes headlights and the factory janitor with a copy machine.
      • 1 Year Ago
      Isn't "same as it ever was" Audi's slogan for design?
      • 1 Year Ago
      I need to be an Audi designer. They has easy jobs. "Hey Liam, hows that redesign coming?" "I've been done, I installed lasers in place of the lights." "lasers?" "yes... frekin lasers" "Cool, that should keep them occupied for another few years"
      • 1 Year Ago
      They changed the lights. Slightly. Barely.
      • 1 Year Ago
      The TT shape is a design icon. You can't change it too much without it ceasing to be a TT. There are a lot of subtle tweaks, everything is sharper and more refined. If you want a radically different design it has to be a different car.
      • 1 Year Ago
      I like it. To me the TT is one of those designs that don't need to be revolutionary. Update the interior to current times with a few evolutionary upgrades on the exterior.
      • 1 Year Ago
      The front is where all the action will be, asking to change the profile would be like expecting the next 911 to be a notch back.......
      • 1 Year Ago
      The tweaks we can see from the rear 3/4 are subtle. Here's what I can gather: -The fender blisters are more pronounced; the creasing is sharper, and the rears are set beneath the shoulder line as opposed to connected. -The rear portion of the DLO features a kink that vaguely echoes the A5's, and the C-pillar itself seems to have an abrupt stop compared to the outgoing TT's flowing hips. -The rear trunklid has an established beveled strip that runs the width of the tail and creates a cap for the taillamps and CHMSL - a concept similar to the 991's. I would expect similar changes to any evolving design: update the brightwork to whatever's trendy, bring on the new corporate fascia, clean up the shutlines, and increase the surfacing tension.
      • 1 Year Ago
      Pretty disappointed here. Was hoping for a much bigger change, more like the Quattro Concept, this looks pretty similar to the current model. Audi really needs to shake up their designs.
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