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Audi Unveils High-Tech Interior of Next TT at CES

The instrument panel is replaced by an LED screen

Nearly the entire center console can display the navigation map

During its Consumer Electronics Show presentation, AudiAudiAudiGermany, 1909 > present83 models
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revealed the high tech interior for the next generation TTTTAudi TTGermany, 1995 > present3 series
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. The new display replaces traditional physical gauges with a virtual cockpit on an LCD screen that is controlled by Audi’s MMI system.

“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,” said Ulrich Hackenberg, Audi’s head of technical development.

The instrument cluster is completely digital and replaces the center infotainment screen. The screen is made from a 12.3in TFT high-definition screen. It can be toggled between “classic” view that shows the speedometer and tachometer with infotainment info in the center or “infotainment” view that makes the instruments smaller and infotainment larger. In infotainment mode the navigation map can be displayed on nearly the entire screen. The system is controlled by the same MMI controller on the center tunnel as other Audi models. The multifunction steering wheel also has some controls for the system.

The change allows Audi to make the center of the interior more airy. The HVAC system in controlled from tiny displays on the center of the vents.

The general shape of the dashboard is meant to resemble and airplane wing with the air vents as jet turbines. Minor controls like the seat heaters and hazard lights are mounted below the vents on a small panel.

The interior also features S sport seats with thick, adjustable side bolsters

The exterior of the next generation TT will be revealed soon, and it will be on sale by the end of the year. 





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