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Rebirth of design icon
Audi’s 3rd generation TT adds new shine to Vorsprung durch Technik
Published: Wed, 09 April 2014 13:46:01 GMT
 

Audi TT third generation next to older generations

Vorsprung durch Technik, famously adopted by Volkswagen’s upmarket Audi brand, simply can’t fail but promise great things in the fast-moving field of automotive technology. 

Audi’s visionaries, compelled to live up to the high expectations implied by its famous motto, were left with precious little alternative but to dig deeper than ever in order to stay at least one step ahead of its no less fast moving premium sector rivals. 

That, the Ingolstadt carmaker says has been accomplished, and a great deal of state-of the art technology has now been placed into one of its most iconic models.

Its sporty third generation TT, due to arrive at its European dealer premises this autumn, was chosen as a technological forerunner. 

In that role it comes packed with some unmatched automotive technology in a volume produced car. Fully in keeping with Audi tradition, its exterior styling is an evolution of its much loved predecessors. 

West European sales of the second generation TT peaked at 37,900 in 2007. 

Fully in keeping with life cycle patterns, sales have eased back ever since. 

Last year, the last full year of the outgoing model range, 18,358 were built, of which some 12,106 found buyers in Western Europe
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