- Audi lifts the lid on new TT Roadster
- Range-topping TTS also launched
- Plus TT Coupe gains two more doors
Cars on show: TT Roadster, TT Shooting Brake concept
Audi TT Roadster (pictured above)
By far the biggest news on the Audi stand is the all-new TT Roadster - the convertible version of the firm's popular sports car.
The model range includes three models - a diesel with 182bhp, a petrol with 227bhp and a high-performance 306bhp petrol called the TTS. All use 2-litre engines.
You've also got a choice of manual or automatic gearboxes, the latter being the excellent optional S Tronic transmission.
There's a trio of trim levels - Sport, S Line and then the TTS at the top of the tree.
Standard kit includes the 12.3-inch screen, air conditioning, leather/alcantara seats and Audi's Drive Select system which allows you to set up the car's characteristics to your individual tastes.
Prices start at £31,995. For the full low-down, click here for our Audi TT Roadster guide.
Audi TT Shooting Brake
Also on the Audi stand was the firm's answer to the Mercedes CLA - the TT Shooting Brake. While officially still a concept, we reckon it's highly likely we'll see a production version of this car soon.
Effectively it's a four-door version of the TT Coupe. It has some typical motor show styling and a powerful petrol engine, but expect the TT's range of engines, gearboxes and chassis set-ups to transfer over to the new model when it makes production.