If new reports are to be believed, a production-spec version of the Audi TT Sportback concept could be introduced at the Guangzhou Auto Show on November 20.
The car was introduced in concept guise at last year’s Paris Motor Show and was conceived as a potential third body style of the German sports car. Audi has made no secret of its intention to expand the TT family and has previously revealed an Offroad concept, a Shooting Brake Concept and a number of high-performance concepts.
Underpinning the Audi TT Sportback Concept is the same modular MQB platform as both the TT Coupe and Roadster models and it’s inevitable that if the car has indeed been given the green light for production, the platform will remain unchanged. The concept’s measurements are also likely to remain meaning it’ll measure 4.47 metres in length, by 1.89 metres wide and be 1.83 metres high with a 2.63 metre wheelbase.
Beyond the extended proportions and the spacious rear seats, we expect the TT Sportback to retain most, if not all, of the existing car’s styling cues.