The TT's "virtual cockpit" is controlled by wheel mounted buttons, combined with Audi's rotary MMI dial
The TTS features a special "sports" mode on the virtual cockpit
In "infotainment" mode, the TT's virtual cockpit shrinks the car's speedo and rev counter
The screen is a 12.3 inch TFT display
The screen can also be laid out like a more traditional binnacle
The screen is powered by a quad-core Nvidia processor
Audi claims the rev-counter runs at 60 FPS
Navigation, audio, phone and car-info is all displayed on Audi's virtual cockpit
The components that make up Audi's "virtual cockpit"
The TT's interior breakdown
The Audi TT is also available with LED Matrix headlights
The new TT's styling has cues from the first and second-generation coupe
The new TT's face
Audi has packed the air-con controls into the car's air vents
The rise of in-car infotainment systems has seen electronic displays vying with traditional instrumentation, such as the speedometer, odometer and tachometer, for dashboard space and driver attention. Audi's solution that will be featured in its new third-generation TT is to combine the old with the new in its "virtual cockpit."
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