The Audi TT Sportback concept has been revealed overnight in Paris to the media ahead of its official unveiling at the Paris Motor Show.

SHOWING A FOUR door Audi TT and meant to preview a possible expansion of the TT line-up, the TT Sportback concept is 4470mm long (290mm longer than the garden-variety TT), 1890mm wide (60mm wider), and with a 2630mm wheelbase which is stretched by 120mm. Under the bonnet is a 2.0-litre four-cylinder TFSI petrol engine pumping out 294kW and 450Nm of torque. This is mated to a seven-speed S tronic transmission (dual-clutch) and gets power to the ground via quattro all-wheel drive. The sprint to 100km/h from rest is dispatched in just 3.9 seconds and the concept reportedly returns 7.0L/100km.

Audi reveals TT Sportback concept in Paris

Design-wise, the TT Sportback concept looks familiar, although in typical concept form the front and rear bumper is new and so is the honeycomb-esque mesh grille, the two new doors tuck in neatly at the back. The concept sits on 21-inch alloy wheels. Inside, the TT Sportback concept gets a leather interior that follows the lines of the current two-door model’s interior, suggesting this is less ‘concept’ and more preview of a new model.

Let us know what you think, should Audi build it? See you in the comments.



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