Distinct features of the car are the low ‘chopped’ windshield, almost invisible A-pillars, chunky rollover bars and a new single-frame grill painted in high-gloss black. The front of the car also features new headlamps with a strip of LED daytime running lights and large air inlets covered by horizontally split black grills.
The track of the car was widened by 66 millimeters versus the standard TT and the rear bumper is designed as a diffuser and feature two large tailpipes made from stainless steel. The brake package is the same unit from the sporty TTS and consists of 340mm ventilated discs up front and 310mm units in the back.
The interior is fitted with a pair of sports bucket seats, a unique high-grip version of Audi’s flat-bottomed steering wheel and aluminum shift paddles. The door pull handle and door opener are also made of aluminum, but are hollow to help save weight.
Audi hasn't confirmed production plans but the car is likely to be released as a limited edition model later this year. Audi also used the Wörthersee show to present a new sports concept of the A3 TDI hatch, which you can read about in a previous story by clicking here.
Audi TT clubsport quattro concept gallery