Check out the Audi TT Safari
Check out the Audi TT Safari
In spite of a recent report that says Audi will no longer build the TT as it enters its next, electrified era, the German automaker appears to be having as much fun with the sports coupe as it can, while it can. Built as a one-off by company trainees and on display at this year’s Wörthersee GTI car meet in Austria, the Audi TT Safari is what you get when you need to blend in at the Starbucks drive-thru in the morning but have to compete in an off-road race in the afternoon. The Audi TT is an iconic vehicle that has a very distinctive look. Vaughan customers can find an Audi TT at our Pfaff Audi dealership, or at our Pre-Owned Sales Facility in Woodbridge. However, in this blog, we go off the beaten path – literally. If you are wanting to check out the Audi TT Safari, then you have come to the right place. In this blog by Pfaff Audi, we take a look at this one-off Audi TT Safari by the German automaker.
A lifted and aggressive stance
This special TT has been lifted and fitted with off-road tires, a new grille, massive fender flares, yellow rally lights, and a grey, white, and yellow livery that looks like it was inspired by a toy company. As if it wasn’t already cartoonish enough, a pair of spare tires can be stored in the trunk, trophy truck-style.
Built for off-road competition
A one of a kind design from the Audi team, the Audi TT Safari was developed by the Audi trainee teams and showcased at the Worthersee GTI Car Meet. With an aggressive off-road/rally design, the TT Safari is stunning. The vehicle had been lifted, off-road tires installed, fender flares added, and a completely altered grille that fits yellow rally lights in addition to the yellow headlamps. In addition, the rear of the vehicle has seen the rear windshield removed in favor of storage for a bonus set of off-road tires. All of these additions are fitted with a gray, white, and yellow livery that ensures the rally-style of the vehicle can’t be missed.
Unique interior styling
Meanwhile, the interior maintains a similar theme to the color palette, with yellow stitching throughout the seats, yellow seat belts, and yellow trim across the steering wheel. Even the typical ‘quattro’ badging on the steering wheel has been replaced by ‘Safari’ badging in white and yellow. The tech throughout is standard for a 2019 Audi TT, with no center infotainment system, and a digital cluster that can control everything from radio to navigation, all while providing relevant driving information.
There are plenty of places online where Vaughan customers can check out the Audi TT Safari. With this Audi TT obviously not being road legal, you will not be able to find it in our showroom anytime soon. However, it still is a very cool Audi vehicle, and at Pfaff Audi, we believe it is essential to provide our valued customers with interesting content about new Audi concepts.
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