A fully digital instrument display leads the driver's focus, replacing the need for a central MMI monitor, according to Audi--though we think that might leave passengers in the dark. But the TT is a sports car, so the driver comes first, right?
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Audi calls its new design the "virtual cockpit," centered around the 12.3-inch display that can switch between classic mode, with a speedometer and tachometer at the forefront; or infotainment mode, with the navigation and other functions up front, and the instruments made smaller in the background.
Other elements featured in the new TT cabin design include the flat-bottomed sport steering wheel, with its own controls for the infotainment system mounted directly to the wheel. The infotainment system itself is Audi's MMI, and can also be controlled via a secondary panel located on the center tunnel. A touchpad allows scrolling and zooming with familiar tablet-like gestures.
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2015 Audi TT cabin previewed at CES
Check out the latest spy shots of the 2015 Audi TT to learn more about the exterior design and expected powertrain features.