Audi has unveiled a lot of news on CES gadget show in Los Angeles, including a new collaboration with google on the future of infotainment systems and Concept Sport Quattro with laser headlights. Now Audi brings us the first interior pictures of third generation TT, which will be based on MQB platform. The infotainment system MMI can be controlled either by buttons on the new sports steering wheel or controller on the center console. It also has a touch sensitive pad that allows the driver to input an address into the navigation system.
In the pictures we can see that the analog instruments are replaced by a large 12.3 inch display in front of the driver, which Audi calls the Virtual Cockpit. There is no screen on the center console. The screen has a normal mode with two gauges for speed and revs along with a navigation mode to display map. Digital instruments are very fashionable and are also available on other luxury car models. The driver can choose between a classic view with two gauges or huge navigation system with detail information.
Besides the screen and media systems, interior offer sport seats with integrated headrests and stylish ventilation outlets where the temperature can be controlled by the knob present in each vents. The display car was equipped with six-speed manual transmission and Audi had not revealed any technical details about the engines. The new TT will go on sale later this year.
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