The Audi TT is Audi’s classic ride in the Audi stable, and the smallest car in the range.
The Audi TT is a two-seater roadster (built on the Audi A4 platform) and competes with Mercedes-Benz’s SLK, the BMW Z4 and the Porsche Boxster.
The Audi TT is powered by a 2.0-litre turbo-charged TFSI four-cylinder engine which produces 157 kW of power and can do 0-100 kmh in just 5.6-seconds and achieves a top speed of 250 kmh. The engine used also powers several models in the Volkswagen range.
It is a genuine sports car- providing an excellent ride, with great performance and grip and a stylish interior build quality and design that is stylish and retains a very modern look.
The seats provide comfort and support for both passenger and driver – the TT has a very small boot (250 litres) which is much smaller than the BMW Z4 and the Mercedes SLK.
Although the TT Roadster weights 90kg more than the equivalent TT Coupe, it still feels seriously fast and agile.
The Audi TT has been an incredible success for Audi, offering an in-expensive opportunity to own a premium-badged sports car.
Roadsters have never been a practical vehicle- a small boot (250 litres) if compared to the 310 litres available for the BMW Z4 and the 335 litres for the Mercedes SLK…
The TT Roadster weight 90kg more than the equivalent TT Coupe, and is seriously fast and agile
The Audi TT has been a major success for Audi, offering enthusiasts an in-expensive and appealing way to get into a premium-badged sports car.
What other Motoring Websites say:
1. Auto Express
“Those after a handsome and fun-to-drive convertible should certainly consider the new Audi TT Roadster.”
“For many the car’s composed, assured and capable nature will be perfect for their needs, and on an unfamiliar backroad the confidence it inspires is addictive, if not all that exciting or enveloping.”