In the whole history of the automobile, there have been surprisingly few iconic models. One car that certainly does fit into that category is the Audi TT. The first-generation TT turned every head when it made its debut at the 1998 Paris auto show. Though it had no direct predecessor, it channeled decades of performance heritage that cut across geographical & industrial boundaries.
TT Coupe: The TT Coupe is an evolved, enduring classic with driver-focused tech additions while maintaining its iconic style.
TT Roadster: While the coupe may have been the one to capture the hearts & minds of many in the early days, now, the drop-top is arguably the one to have in your garage. It may lose 2 seats along with the tin-top roof, but the MQB platform gives it exceptional rigidity, & the loss of the roof means you get a little more aural pleasure from the 228-horsepower 2.0-liter turbo engine.
You're probably going to need a budget in the £30,000 to £40,000 bracket for mainstream versions of this TT Coupe. The base 2.0 TFSI TT has to face comparable versions of the BMW 2 Series Coupe. As for the roadster, all-wheel-drive, stylish LED lighting, Audi's world-class virtual cockpit & a 0-62 mph sprint of just 5.5 seconds are all key weapons in the TT Roadster's arsenal against rivals like the BMW Z4 & Mercedes-Benz SLC.
“The Audi TT Coupé is a style legend, but it doesn't rely solely on its looks. Agile & powerful, "fun" only begins to describe the driving experience. Put the top down on the Audi TT Roadster & experience the full power of its dynamic performance that matches its stylish appearance.”