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The Audi TTS is a seriously sporty small car with a fabulous interior and lots of high-tech kit, but the back seats are very cramped and some alternatives are cheaper to buy

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The Audi TT Coupe, now in its third generation, has been around since 1998 and revived Audi's sports car efforts in a big way. This car has come a long way since its Bauhaus roots and has followed an evolutionary road to where it finds itself today. The 2023 Audi TT Coupe remains a good-looking car and has become even better to drive thanks to a finely balanced chassis and a range of potent turbocharged engines. The base model gets a 228-horsepower mill, but there's also a more powerful TTS, but we review this particular Audi TT separately. This places it squarely in the sights of the Toyota GR Supra and Porsche 718 Cayman, and both of these Audi TT competitors are great to drive. The TT comes standard with Audi's excellent quattro AWD system, dual-clutch transmission, and a refined cabin that oozes build quality. Yes, the back seats are mostly there for show, the technology is now behind the best, and some rivals are more exciting to drive. All that being said, we're glad to see that the posh TT is back for another year.

What's the Price of the 2023 Audi TT Coupe?

There aren't many configurations to choose from here as there's just one trim, but that makes it easy to decide if you can afford the cost of the Audi TT. The base price of the car is $51,200 before a $1,095 destination charge. For a fully loaded model, you can easily spend over $55k, depending on how much customization you like.

2023 Audi TT Coupe Handling And Driving Impressions

Other than the now-defunct TT RS, the TT has never been marketed as a track-ready sports car. This compact sports coupe has always been seen as a car for the driver that likes to have a good time but also expects daily drivability. This personality suits the TT perfectly: it's a car you can have fun in, but it's not overly hardcore and can be enjoyed daily. Push the TT through a set of corners, and you'll be surprised at what this little car can handle. There's lots of grip on offer, but as can be expected, the quattro AWD system eventually gives way to subtle understeer. As a daily driver, the TT can feel stiff to the most sensitive of behinds, but it is a well-rounded machine that can do the city run and feels comfy on the highway. With 228 horsepower, the turbo-four isn't powerful enough to overwhelm the chassis, but it's got just enough grunt to make enjoyable, swift progress.

Verdict: Is The 2023 Audi TT Coupe A Good Car?

There are two ways you can go in this class: the relaxed or all-out sporty route. The Porsche 718 Boxster or Cayman offer you a supremely engaging drive and a more track-ready package, while cars like the Audi TT take a laid-back approach that focuses more on style and comfort. The exterior styling of the TT is still sharp, and we think it looks great. The same goes for the minimalist yet elegant interior styling that oozes premium comfort. Yes, the rear seats are basically useless, but you don't buy the TT to cart the family around, do you? The lack of driver assistance kit is our biggest concern regarding the features list. On the road, the TT is entertaining but by no means a focused sports car. The quattro AWD system will give in to understeer, and the base turbocharged engine will run out of puff at higher revs, but as a day-to-day car with sporty attributes, it's a great package.

What 2023 Audi TT Coupe Model Should I Buy?

Since the latest edition of the TT is well-equipped, we wouldn't change a thing. Sure, the S line package with its sporty accents and accessories would be a nice-to-have, but bigger wheels and a less subtle exterior appearance won't necessarily enhance a car like this. If anything, you want as little attention from Supra and Z4 drivers as possible, unless you're lucky enough to line up next to someone with a 2.0-liter motor under the hood. No, we like the standard TT and its long list of standard features. If anything, we'd splash out on some fancy paint, but that's nothing more than another attention-seeking option.

The Audi TT is a modern classic sports car offering. The TT sports a distinctive silhouette, while the interior features an aircraft-inspired design. Under the bonnet lies a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine, sending power to all four wheels via Audi’s Quattro all-wheel drive system.

Latest Drive Rating7.5/10Fuel TypePetrolWarranty5 Years / Unlimited kmSafety Rating-Fuel Efficiency7 L/100KM

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Interior Comfort & Packaging


  • -Characterful engine with satisfying performance
  • -Stylish looks inside and out
  • -Seven-speed dual-clutch is a gem
  • -Hard-edged ride around town
  • -Not special enough for a 'Final Edition'
  • -Lack of advanced safety tech

Audi TT Price*

YearVariantPrice2023Audi TT 45 TFSI 2.0L Coupe 4WD$84,0002023Audi TT 45 TFSI Final Edition 2.0L Coupe 4WD$89,900

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Audi TT 45 TFSI

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Audi TT Dimensions

The Audi TT has 2 variants. The height is 1371mm, the width is 1832mm and length is 4198mm.

How safe is the Audi TT?

Standard safety features on the Audi TT models include:

  • Airbags
  • Electronic stability control
  • Blind spot alert
  • Rear parking camera
  • Driver attention alert
  • Speed limiter
  • Parking sensors
  • Rain sensing wipers
  • Tyre pressure monitoring

Additional safety features will vary across the different Audi TT models.

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2016 Audi TT 2.0 TFSI Quattro S-line Review

It's a 2 seater thrill machine! This is a car built for driving and not much else. With only two seats, the Roadster is for those looking for a fun ride from an extremely well built vehicle. If you like taking control and having a real drive, this is for you. We got the rear camera so sometimes its easier to turn the assists off and just use the camera- the buzzing and beeping in car parks can get annoying. The ride can get lumpy being so low and having a stiffer suspension but comfort mode will soften that some more. Fuel economy is amazing: cruising on the highway you'd swear the fuel gauge needle hadn't moved. Around town in economy is a god send though the trade off can be a slight lag in take-off. I've found that setting the engine to economy and flicking the gears to drive mode fixes that especially around the CBD areas. Cabin room: you'll need to put most of your personal effects in the boot because there's not a lot of room between the seats. It's a Roadster not a sedan, I know, but once you've put your keys and wallet in the centre console you're down to 1 cup holder only! It feels very low to the ground and if you can't open the doors fully getting in and out can be tricky. Once you're in though the car wraps around you, literally! The sides of the seats inflate(which can be adjusted to suit) and almost grip you into them which, when cornering hard, really helps to anchor you in and you almost forget the laws of physics. The heating of the seats is wonderful and the neck-scarf heating makes top-down cruising fantastic! A trip up to the Blue Mountains when it was snowing with the roof down was very comfortable until we stopped LOL! Driving gloves will be taken next time. For servicing and warranty you're pretty well set if you can wrangle your sales person. Ours came with free on-roads and CTP during a sale and included 3 years servicing and warranty which they extended to 4 on both counts. Check too for corporate service packages ;) We compared several other makes of roadsters and found that the TT S Line was the one that gave us what we wanted at the best price: Lots of driver assists and technology for safety Performance and economy at the press of a button Comfortable, fun and easy to drive And this 3rd generation just look so good! (Everyone stops and stares as you drive past them) I would've liked to have had adaptive cruise control but there is really only so much that can be squeezed under the bonnet. Is that a bad thing though? Nope. This is a car YOU want to drive! Cruise control on the highways will save you fuel and effort but I really love driving this so I'm happy to make a sacrifice in case.

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Where is the Audi TT made?

The Audi TT is built in Győr, Hungary.

Is an Audi TT expensive to run?

The first five years of servicing can be prepaid at the time of purchase and Audi asking for $3070 upfront. Service intervals are every 12 months or 15,000km.

What is Audi replacing the TT with?

After more than 20 years on sale, the Audi TT is set to undergo a huge transformation in its transition to an electric car. Instead of a small, affordable sports car, the TT nameplate will instead be used for a sleek four-door electric crossover to sit below the flagship Audi E-Tron GT.

Does an Audi TT have four seats?

The Audi TT seats four people in coupe models.

What does TT mean for an Audi TT?

The Audi TT takes its name from the successful motor racing tradition of NSU in the British Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) motorcycle race.

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How much is the Audi TTS 2023?

The 2023 Audi TT starts at $51,200. The drop-top TT Roadster starts at $55,300, and the sportier TTS Coupe begins at $60,900. Alongside the BMW Z4, the TT is on the more affordable side of luxury sports cars. The TTS is priced close to the entry-level models of the Porsche 718 Boxster and Cayman.

Are Audi TTS being discontinued?

Debuting almost 25 years ago, the TT has evolved but has always stuck with that highly appreciated styling. But as Audi increasingly looks to focus its attention on electrified models, the TT's days are now numbered, with the firm now confirming a 'Final Edition' for 2023 as the final swansong for this sports car.

Is Audi making a 2023 TT?

The 2023 Audi TT will cruise into the sunset after this model year, but the brand says goodbye with a Final Edition roadster. The Audi TT Final Edition features Goodwood Green pearl paint, a Palomino Brown interior, and a gray cloth convertible top.

Will there be a 2024 Audi TT?

2024 Audi TT 45 TFSI Final Edition Quattro Late in 2023, the last of 662,762 Audi TTs exited the Győr production line, heralding the end of an era that spanned three generations and countless variants and special editions, including the car we have here, the 2024 Audi TT Final Edition.