The Audi TT is a compact luxury two-door vehicle with a sporty edge. Ultimately, driving the Audi TT is all about its unique style, a comfortable ride, and its respectable handling. It's available as a four-passenger hatchback coupe or as a two-seat roadster convertible.
The Audi TT has evolved significantly since its introduction in 2000. In its first generation, the good-looking car simply made a tribute to sports cars. The second generation was introduced in 2008, with improved handling to sharpen the vehicle's reflexes to match its driver's own capabilities. Additionally, Audi tuned the car to have a more muted exterior and improved the interior comforts significantly. Now in its third generation, the 2016 Audi TT is a true sports car with strong handling and grip.
The Audi TT is built for high-performance and acceleration prioritized. In essence, the Audi complements good fuel economy with nimble handling and a more authentic sports car feel. The Audi TT has superior interior upholstery and the seats are wide and the cabin has enough room for four adults.
Potential buyers should know that the Audi TT will be prized by any driver who prioritizes comfort, style, and weather resistance in their sports coupe or roadster. Though it may not be the ideal sports vehicle, Audi works to improve the engine power, suspension, and frame to better attract consumers.
In the latest edition of the Audi TT, the cabin is where there's the most dramatic change specific to new technological features. The dials are replaced with a new screen that can toggle through various functions, including navigation, infotainment, and, of course, gauge information. The Audi TT has front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive as options for all models.