2015 Audi TT has just been teased with four sketches, which give a very good idea of what the car will look like. At next month's Geneva Motor Show the new TT will have its official premiere, but until then we will probably stay with those pics and some information shared by the brand.

For the third generation of the iconic TT, the designers have reinterpreted many ideas. For example, the front end of the car has dominant horizontals, broad and flat singleframe grille and V-pattern over the bonnet. The most striking change here however is the position of the four rings which now sits centrally on the hood.

The large air inlets have been divided by struts, and the same design approach can be seen on the headlights, which are structured with divider struts. Optionally, the TT can be equipped with LED or Matrix LED technology.

Furthermore, at the front a sill contour forms a powerful light edge, while the wide wheel arches constitute distinct geometrical entities. The bonnet join on the other hand continues over the door and extends to the rear. The C-pillars have new shape and lend the TT a powerful and sporty look.

At the rear one can also see horizontal lines, struts in the rear lights that pick up on the headlights' motif, third brake light with a flat strip, and two large round exhaust tailpipes in the diffuser.

The interior of the 2015 TT has also been changed. The centre console and door trims have flowing shapes, while the dashboard resembles the wing of an aircraft. The round air vents received a turbine-like look and feature air conditioning controls. The MMI monitor is now replaced by the Audi virtual cockpit.

Source: Audi