The Audi TT is still in production, but only for a limited time. The Mk3 generation debuted approximately a year after the Golf 7 and A3 hatchbacks, implying that it will be phased out soon. It won't be long before people begin to pine for the classics, but not for the new ones.
The first A8 was released in the mid-1990s, at a time when German compacts were becoming increasingly popular. Although the TT didn't seem to be much of a sports car at first, particularly as compared to RWD rivals, it is now admired for its avant-garde architecture. Freeman Thomas, who also consulted on the Bettle remake, produced the original TT. Peter Schreyer, whom you may recognize from Kia, was in charge of the transition from design to manufacturing. Their joint vision was brief and rounded, with precise lines and bulging fenders, like an espresso version of that era's rounded look.
Many collectors are attempting to amass a collection of mint-condition first-generation TT coupes. Unfortunately, the majority of them have been extensively updated or the 1.8-liter turbo has not been properly maintained.
This made definition is merely speculative, but that doesn't prevent us from loving it.
The design is reminiscent of the original iMac, which was released in 1998. Gentle curves provide a bubble-like appearance, and the vents on the Audi are identical to those used to cool Apple's machine.