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?
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.
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.