Audi has now come up with a Sportback version of the TT. The TT Sportback gets four seats while it shares other components with the Coupe.
Audi has just unveiled the new TT Sportback Concept ahead of the Paris Motor Show. Basically, the TT Sportback is a sedan version of the TT Coupe. The former shares many parts with the latter and the only changes it features is the longer body and the addition of two seats at the back. The Audi TT Sportback is a proper 4-door vehicle and in size it is quite similar to the A3. The TT Sportback is 4470 mm long, 1890 mm wide and 1380 mm high with a wheelbase of 2630 mm.
The concept is based on the same MQB platform that the Audi TT Coupe as well as other vehicles from the same stable have stated to use. From the exteriors, the TT Sportback looks very similar to the TT Coupe. The grille, bumpers, lights, etc. are very much the same. The huge chrome grille does look very flashy though and Audi could have considered adding a matte black grille. The interiors in the TT Sportback are also carried over from the TT Coupe. It gets the same dashboard and a 12.3-inch instrument cluster. The steering wheel looks very good.
Powering the TT Sportback is a 2.0-litre TFSI petrol engine churning out 400 PS of power and 450 Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a 7-speed S-Tronic dual-clutch transmission with Audi’s famed quattro system. The run from 0-100 km/hr takes just 3.9 seconds and the vehicle gives a claimed fuel efficiency of 14.28 km/l. CO2 emissions are rated at 162 gm per km. It is very likely that the Audi TT Sportback concept will make it to production. It has high chances of being launched in India but not in the immediate future.