Technology, connectivity in abundance; usual high quality - “Perhaps the four-wheel drive
option would be the main differentiator” - Audi’s new TT sports car boasts new high
technology equipment like the digital virtual cockpit and a new lightweight steel and
Given that the competition are driver favourites like the BMW Z4, Porsche Boxster and Mercedes
SLK, the Audi TT is going to need more than technology gimmicks to make the sale.
The original retro-styled TT was launched in 1998, renewed in 2006, and now
re-launched here in the UK.
The new one closely follows the looks of the previous model. At launch, the TT is equipped with
either a 2.0 litre, four-cylinder 230PS petrol engine, or a 2.0 litre four-cylinder 184PS diesel.
Prices start at £29,770.
Expect hotter, more expensive versions, and maybe a plug-in hybrid one
The TT will compete with the Mercedes SLK and the BMW Z4. Top end versions will come up against the Porsche Boxster and
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