Audi thinks new sports car

Audi thinks new sports car

Audi is already outlining a new model using the new MQB platform that Zero will be used in the next generation of the Volkswagen Polo.

According to the company, the car would be less than the Audi TT. It is still unknown about the new car, but the Audi development chief Dr. Ulrich Hackenberg, told the TT is the sports car with the MQB platform. Have Zero MQB will be a smaller car, likely to be more sport.

Still no official announcement prediction of the new project.

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