I think it is safe to say, that it will be the only car of the 3 that i would get.
is there any publicly available info on the weight distrib., power plant, availablility in RS trim, price, % available, release date....
anything at all, I believe that I want this car, but it gets no love (or mention) now that the Mk2 has been announced.
...<font color="003366"> as in <i><b>N</b></i>ot <i><b>Q</b></i>uite <i><b>R</b></i>ight.
Which is different from both TI or ASO. And even YMBR</font>
I was just suprised that w/ the Shooting Brake popping up everywhere, audi (and rumorville) went silent on the auto.
approx, how many pennies will i need to collect by the time it is released?
...<font color="003366"> today at lunch.
I respond to your postings here tomorrow some time.</font>
...<font color="003366"> <i>if</i> there were to be an A2 successor in the Audi range, it is not unreasonable to conclude that such a vehicle (<i>if</i> it existed) would pick up some significant design cues from the Shooting Brake Concept for packaging reasons alone. Regarding a third TT bodystyle, a Shooting Brake-style coupe with more useable rear seats than a TT coupe makes good marketing sense.
Whether such a TT variant would ever make it to North American (<i>if</i> such a vehicle existed) is far from clear. Some big issues around incremental certification (emissions and safety) and marketing costs as well as slicing the product pie a bit too thinly from the standpoints of product allocation, distribution, content and sales all have to be resolved. Both officially <u>and factually</u>, the decision whether or not a third bodystyle variant of the second generation TT (<i>if</i> such a vehicle existed) will be sold in either the United States or Canada hasn't yet been made.
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. Hope this answers.</font>