- For: Picture, styling, inside
- In opposition to: Lacks engagement, costly, not likely a 2+2
- Verdict: Style-led coupe is excessive on attraction, however low on drama
Launched in 1998, the unique Audi TT appeared like an idea automotive for the street. The present mannequin, which dates again to 2014, has misplaced a few of the wow-factor however not one of the attraction.
That stated, the marketplace for coupes is in decline, so the TT’s substitute is unlikely to observe the identical path.
For now, the Audi is accessible as a Coupe or Roadster, with three levels of efficiency. In normal type, there’s a alternative of two 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engines, whereas the TT S will get extra energy.
The TT RS will get a wonderful 2.5 turbocharged five-cylinder firecracker.
The TT ticks many bins. It seems sensible, boasts a quality-rich inside and may be loaded to the rafters with tasty choices.
However whereas it’s undoubtedly fast, it lacks the flicker of the Porsche 718 Cayman or Alpine A110. It’s additionally a tad costly and the trip high quality suffers on fashionably massive alloys.
- Launched: 2014
- Facelifted: 2018
- Due for substitute: 2022
- Guarantee: 3 years / 60k miles
Mannequin: Audi TT
Costs from: £33,595
Gas sort: Petrol
Bodystyles: Coupe, Convertible
Trims: Sport, Sport Version, S line, Black Version, Vorsprung, TT RS
Gas economic system: –
Dimensions (l/w/h): –
Boot capability: –
Guarantee: 3yrs/60,000 miles