Described as "puristic, sporty and fully focused on the driver," the cabin boasts a "virtual cockpit" that combines the instrument cluster and infotainment display into one single unit. The 12.3-inch TFT display has two different modes - classic view and infotainment view - and eliminates the need for a secondary infotainment screen.
The interior has also been equipped with a flat-bottomed steering wheel, aluminum trim and circular air vents with an integrated climate control knob. Other highlights include a slender dashboard, a revised center console and S sport seats with an integrated headrest and pneumatically adjustable side bolsters.
According to Prof. Dr. Ulrich Hackenberg, Member of the Board of Management of AUDI AG for Technical Development, “The first Audi TT was the design icon per se, the second generation was even sportier, right through to the TT RS plus with its five-cylinder TFSI and 360 hp. And with the new Audi TT, the driver will be able to experience the technology to an even greater extent – just as would be expected from a genuine sports car. And it comes with a new generation of electronics and connectivity features.”