Audi this week revealed its all-new TT at the Geneva motor show, and although the car wasn’t much of a surprise (thanks to some leaks), it’s still a stunner. Based on VW Group’s MQB modular platform, the newest TT is Audi’s third-generation, though it sports a look similar to the outgoing model, with a strong grille, new bumpers, sloped roof, and slightly different headlamps as the biggest outward changes. And they’re for the better, because it looks fantastic.

Engines include an entry-level 230hp model, or a 310hp as the second option. You can also decide between a turbo engine with all-wheel drive or front-wheel drive. The real changes, however, are on the inside, which includes Audi’s brand new version of MMI. It’s completely digital, with a 1,440 pixel display, which is completely customizable to the driver.

While the look of the Audi TT is more of an evolution, the newest TT is an aggressive car with some big changes on the inside. The rounded roof and big wheels are recognizable for the TT, and its new chiseled front-end makes it look like a terrifying opponent on the road. Check out the video to see the Audi TT from every angle, and stay tuned for more coverage from the Geneva motor show.