Audi TT Clubsport Quattro design study

Audi TT Clubsport Quattro
Audi TT Clubsport Quattro

Trying to draw some additional attention of the public to its new Audi TT sports coupe, the company from Ingolstadt has created the Audi TT Clubsport Quattro design study, which is essentially the same 2007 Audi TT Roadster stripped down of its fat and clothes. Well, to be frank, the car must have really big bones, since even this, considerably sportier version of the roadster, somehow reminds me of a compact Audi Q7, especially when you look at its 3/4 front photo.

The car, as you can see on the photos, has got both its hood and A-post removed, getting instead a speedster-like wraparound windscreen surrounding the cockpit.

Audi TT Clubsport Quattro design study (front view)

Inside the cabin, there are two rollover bars and a pair of humps, reminding of those Auto Union silver monsters that kept dominating German race tracks during 1930s.

Outside, the TT’s original single-frame grille is equipped with horizontally aligned aluminum inserts and the Audi’s corporate four intercrossed rings has also been moved from the grille to the bonnet like in the good old times.

Ordinary headlamps have been substituted with more fashionable LED lights.

Painted Daytona Grey, the Audi TT Clubsport Quattro is motivated by a powerful TFSI engine connecting to the road with new 265/30 R20 tires.

Audi TT Clubsport Quattro design study (top view)
Audi TT Clubsport Quattro design study (interior)

Photos: Audi

See also: Abt Audi TT-Sport tuning program