The Audi TT Safari, which was showcased at the Wörthersee GTI car meeting in Austria earlier this year, looks stunning. Read on to discover this amazing off-roader.
It has been reported early this year that the Audi TT convertible and coupe will be discontinued as the German automaker is planning to put an end to ICE-powered vehicles and fully electrify their entire portfolio. Maybe its successor will still be named the TT, but with a full-electric motor. However, Audihad also provided the TT fans with a marvellous opportunity to enjoy the vehicle while they can with the introduction of the TT Safari at the annual Wörthersee GTI meeting in Austria earlier this year.
Audi introduced the Audi TT Safari at the Wörthersee GTI meeting in Austria earlier this year.
The TT Safari gets a four-tone colour theme which is the combination of yellow, grey and white and red livery, which even can look more amazing with some mud and dirt scattered all over. The TT Safari has been raised and equipped with a completely redesigned grille which holds off-road lights and huge fender flares. On the side profile, the most outstanding feature is a new kit of off-road tyres. Having said that, the most interesting component is the spare tyres which have taken the place of the rear window. The rear area seems to have been carved out to make the TT Safari look like a small pickup truck.
The interior is also loaded with yellow elements. The steering wheel, the accent stitching, the seats, and other pieces of trims, also feature the same light yellow colour. If you look at car carefully, you'll also realize that the windshield has a yellow tint, which looks cool but is not very functional.
The TT Safari's cabin is also packed with yellow components.
The powertrain of the TT Safari hasn't be revealed, but it would be wonderful if it were powered by the 2.5-litre turbocharged TFSI five-cylinder borrowed from the TT RS, which can produce a maximum power of 400 PS and a peak torque of 480 Nm. The huge power/torque output and the AWD system even help the Audi TT Safari compete in events such as the Dakar Rally or the Baja 1,000.
Overall, the TT Safari is a perfect combination of style and off-road capabilities. Although the TT Safari has made its global debut, the German auto manufacturer has confirmed not to put the vehicle into production. Therefore, TT fans can only enjoy its beauty by looking at it without driving it in real condition.