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The Audi TT

All about the original Audi design icon.

The 1st generation.

Introduced to the US in 2000, the original TT—named after the Tourist Trophy, a famed Isle of Man motorcycle race—captivated the automotive world with its iconic Bauhaus-inspired design and impressive handling.

Side view of a red Audi TT Coupe parked on the road.

Radical exterior design. Deriving its aesthetics from strict geometry, the 1st-generation TT flaunts an unmistakable profile with its rounded curves, sloped back, and seamlessly integrated bumpers.

The 2nd generation.

The 2nd-generation TT underwent an evolutionary styling transformation, which was accompanied by the introduction of the even more powerful Audi TTS and Audi TT RS models.

A silver Audi TT Coupe parked looking over a mountainous field.

New wave design. The 2nd-generation TT has several noticeable design enhancements. Key differences from its predecessor include wavelike lines and creases as well as the incorporation of the now-iconic Singleframe grille.

The 3rd generation.

Now a modern classic, the 3rd-generation TT continues to impress, showcasing a sharper and more aggressive design. Plus, advanced technology upgrades in the interior increase the driver-centric feel.

Side view of a red Audi TT Coupe parked in front of a grassy hill.

Beauty and brawn. The 3rd-generation TT boasts a more muscular design, with sharper angles, a more aggressive front grille, and shorter overhangs. Along with these changes, the car still retains its distinct sloping roofline that complements its aerodynamic profile.