Audi TT Review
The Audi TT is available as a 2-door coupe or roadster sports car. The TT was launched in 1998 after concepts of the car were shown in the mid-nineties, causing interest as it showed where Audi design was heading. When the production car was released it was instantly popular, due to its revolutionary style and design.
Sleek, eye-catching and beautifully made, the TT was the 'it' car when it was introduced. After various versions and generations, the TT still offers a head-turning design. This is teamed with attractive interior design and a range of impressive petrol and diesel engines, available in both manual and automatic transmissions.
Various versions of the TT exist with frugal diesel engines offering sports car looks combined with inexpensive running costs, whilst the supercar taunting TTRS is blisteringly quick. Like most of Audi's, residuals are strong and are an attractive used buy. Audi's impressive virtual cockpit is available in the MK3 TT, as well as a typical premium-feeling interior using alcantara and leather.
- Great build quality
- Unmistakably design
- Great to drive
- Modern interior finished in a range of excellent materials
- Great array of engines
- Unbelievable performance versions
- Audi virtual cockpit
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