Audi TT, a popular name among car enthusiasts, stood out for its exemplary performance, style and comfort. First introduced in 1998, the TT immediately drew attention with its extremely curvy profile and an optional all-wheel drive. However, based on a recent media report, the company is likely to replace the Audi TT with a newer product. Electrification has been cited as one of the main reasons for the TT’s exit.
The German premium car manufacturer celebrated the 20th anniversary of the TT by introducing a special edition model called the ‘TT 20 Years’. The company also recently updated the TT with a fresh set of cosmetic and feature upgrades which is likely to be on sale till 2022. Reports have also been doing rounds that the company might introduce a four-door Sportback model to replace the TT. More details about the upcoming model will be known over time.
Electrification being the future of automobile, Audi will be focusing more on electric mobility, be it in EVs or plug-in hybrid form. More details about the vehicle will be known in the days to come.