Audi TT Coupe

Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
Audi TT Coupe
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2020-04-04 05:49

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You’ll know the Audi TT by now. Well over half a million have sold since it launched in 1998, and the quite staggering rise of Audi’s image and fortunes since it first appeared prove what a successful and pivotal car it is.

The TT badge is almost a misnomer; those two letters are most prominently associated with road racing on the Isle of Man, an event synonymous with danger, derring-do and heroic levels of sporting ability. The Audi TT is a safe, almost sensible coupe that’s always been decent to drive, but a long way from, well, heroic levels of sporting ability.

This latest update does nothing to change that. The third-generation model has had its mid-life update to coincide with the Audi TT’s 20th anniversary, but it’s mostly detail stuff. The big news surrounds engines, and specifically the fact there’s no longer a diesel version. Which is not surprising, but is perhaps a small shame; the old one worked surprisingly well and made owning a car like this entirely guilt-free. At least in terms of running costs…

Now, there’s a choice of four petrol engines. There are three tunes of 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo: the entry-level 197bhp version (badged 40 TFSI) comes with front-wheel drive, a 242bhp tune (badged 45 TFSI) has the option of front- or all-wheel drive, while the 302bhp TT S comes with Quattro AWD only, and is actually slightly detuned now that emissions and fuel economy testing have changed a bit. Above those sit the 2.5-litre five-cylinder TT RS, with a wannabe-rally soundtrack and nearly 400bhp.

Beyond that, there’s new styling, though you’d be hard pushed to spot it. Look closely and there’s a new grille design and further wheel and colour options, while S Line spec cars get new, slightly more boisterous bumpers that make the clean TT design the slightest bit fussier. By and large it looks the same as before, though, which is fine by us; it’s a tautly designed, punchy little car that – if you can avoid the fixed spoiler of the new Black Edition – looks pleasingly pure.

Prices start at around £30,000, and standard equipment incudes Audi’s fancy digital dials, a choice of driving modes via Drive Select, Bluetooth and an illuminated USB socket. Oh yes.

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