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As we've noted the past two years, it seems like the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2014) is becoming a major show for automakers.

It only makes sense. Vehicles are becoming far more technical than what Daimler and Ford must have predicted.

That's because now there's hundreds of sensors and, slowly, vehicles are becoming autonomous. Oh, and that whole "smart" thing too.

I haven't even gotten to how vehicles will employ "Big Data," but I'll save that for another day.

Aside from Audi's all-new instrument cluster that is employing the use of a MASSIVE TFT screen, the automaker actually revealed the TT''s all-new interior space. That's because it had a "styling buck" present.

Though you won't find it too different from the outgoing TT's interior, you will note that it now takes the automaker in a slightly new direction that echoes its concepts. The lines have become sharper and even more modern with elements like the "turbine-style" HVAC vents — a little nod to McLaren, eh Audi?

We're happy to see that the diamond-pattern stitch lives on in the TT. We doubt that will come standard.

To see more images of the TT's all-new guts, check out the shots below.


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CES 2014: Audi Exposes The All-New TT Interior — Is It A STUD or DUD?

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