The Audi TT coupe is a two-door sports car that can accommodate 4 people.
It rivals a range of cars ranging from the cheaper Volkswagen Scirocco and Peugeot RCZ right up to more premium models like the BMW 4 Series coupe and Porsche Cayman. It has kept its stylish looks as with the first-generation TT. It has a keenly styled exterior design and a well-built interior that some rivals find hard to match.
The Audi TT is still a great car to drive, and provides complete comfort on a long journey.
The 2.0-litre TFSI S line with S tronic and Audi’s quattro four-wheel-drive system is fast and handles corners with ease thanks to the 4 wheel drive system.
All TT models are fitted with Audi’s very clever ‘Virtual Cockpit’ system, which allows you to switch between a conventional speedometer, to stereo, phone or navigation controls on a crystal-clear 12.3-inch screen behind the steering wheel.
Leather seats, DAB digital radio and climate control are standard on all models, and all models are equipped with excellent safety equipment.
The rear seats aren’t hugely spacious and are better suited for golf clubs rather than children.
Comments from Reviewers
· The Audi TT coupe offers more driving fun than ever, but can still cover long distances in comfort
· The rear seats in the Audi TT are only for occasional use, but fold them flat and there’s a decent boot
Comments from International Motoring Websites
1. Auto Express
“With distinctive styling and one of the best quality cabins you’ll ever experience the TT is a desirable and classy coupe that rivals cars like the Volkswagen Scirroco, BMW 4 Series and Peugeot RCZ.”
2. What Car?
“Turn in to a corner and the light, accurate steering gives you a good sense of what the front wheels are doing, so it’s easy to judge wwhether you need to back off a bit.”