The Audi TT is a two-door sports car that first made an appearance in 1998 and has seen a number of updates since then, the latest being in 2009. The car is available as a 2+2 Coupé and a two-seater Roadster.
When the TT was first introduced it was Audi's first venture into the sports car market since the since the Quattro. In terms of market position, its major competitors are the Porsche Boxster and the Mercedes SLK. When the car was first introduced it was considered to have staggering good looks, and although it now a familiar sight, it remains a beautiful looking car.
Naturally the Audi TT is not just about good looks; it is about performance too. Early versions have a 1.8 turbocharged engine that delivers up to 225 bhp. Later a 3.2-litre V6 engine model came along with an improved automatic transmission system.
Later models featured more aluminium in the construction which improved the power to weight ratio and enabled 0 to 62 mph acceleration in 5.9 seconds.
Both the coupe and roadster versions are a joy to drive and both have fantastic handling. Arguably the coupe handles better under hard cornering as it is stiffer and a little lighter but, for open top motoring fun, it is hard to beat the roadster.
There is no shortage of style with the Audi TT. It looks great and is great on the road. Buy a used one of these and you will find that it still turns heads, despite its familiarity. There are plenty of good used Audi TT deals to be had, so let Motors.co.uk find one near to where you are.
The fastest Audi TT was introduced in 2009. This is the Audi TT RS with a 2.5 litre engine that delivers 350 bhp. It will get you to 62 mph in just 4.7 seconds and the top speed is electronically limited at 155 mph.
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