Audi's TT has been stunningly redesigned in its third generation, with significant enhancements made to its distinctive exterior and the powerful engines that lead it. The latest iteration also boasts an array of new technology to enhance your thrill at the wheel and absorb all passengers. Sample the thrilling driving dynamic of the TT through a test drive from Drift Bridge Audi. Make your enquiry with our team in Epsom or Walton online or by phone today.
Of all the advancements made with the new TT, Audi's designers have retained the distinctive humped shape that gave all previous variations such huge appeal. Changes are seen at the front in the form of angular headlamps, a reshaped front grille and a more aggressive front bumper. LED rear lights sit above a twin exhaust at the back, and here the retractable rear spoiler emerges automatically at 74mph to aid downforce.
The cabin environment exudes further sports character through a three-spoke flat-bottomed steering wheel, alloy pedals and sports seats. Complementing this are chrome accents adorning the centre console and doors, while circular jet engine-style vents add extra elegance. The various upholstery options include Alcantara or leather, and you can match this with equally sophisticated inlays.
The mass of cutting-edge technology included is a major draw to the energetic sports car, as it influences both performance and engagement in the cabin. Audi's virtual cockpit makes its debut in the new TT, sitting behind the wheel and comprising a 12.3-inch digital display. This versatile feature can be controlled via voice commands or the MMI touch-button, with 'classic' or 'infotainment' modes to choose from. Joining the technology is Audi Connect for 4G internet access, as well as a Bluetooth ®interface, DAB digital radio and preparation for satellite navigation.
One of Audi's most famous developments – quattro four-wheel drive – is also available under the bonnet when choosing the 2.0-litre TFSI engine. The unit distributes 227bhp across both axles for superb traction and a 0-60mph sprint time of around 5.3 seconds. The alternative is a 2.0-litre TDI ultra, which represents high performance and satisfying efficiency. Reaching 0-60mph in around seven seconds, the powertrain also gives up to 67.3mpg combined.
Audi hasn't overlooked safety and security when crafting the magnificent TT, as many progressive systems feature. To the standard front and side airbags and integrated head restraints, you can add side assist to monitor blind spots and hold assist to aid when pulling away on slopes. The manufacturer also offers cruise control for steady motorway speeds and Audi parking system plus to help you into all spaces.