Design study: What if the Audi TT was manlier roadster?

Despite the originality of its design, awards it has won and the impact that it had on Audi’s line up overall, the Audi TT has always been scrutinized for being a touch too feminine. When the second-generation TT was released with sportier design and sharper lines it was still widely perceived as not being manly enough.

One student of the “Instituto d’Arte Applicata e Design” in Turin, Italy, set out remedy the issue with his Audi RS concept study. Aldo Schurmann is the student who created the concept, inspired by the Audi A5 and BMW designs.

Check out the extensive gallery after the jump. It’s certainly well-executed and decidedly more manly.

-By: Alexandra Koken

Source: CarScoop