Does familiarity really breed contempt? Well, not in the case of the Audi TT. Here's an example of something that gets more and more appealing as the years roll by.
The original TT, launched back in 1998, had seriously eye-catching looks but wasn’t particularly sparkling to drive. By contrast, the second-generation TT was arguably better to drive than it was to gawp at. This third-generation TT moves things on again, giving you the looks and the driving experience in one, sharply styled package. Small wonder, then, that the TT easily outsells rivals such as the Ford Mustang and BMW 2 Series.
It’s so good, in fact, that the TT has won our What Car? Coupe of the Year award over and over again. But what makes this diminutive coupe so good? Over the next few pages you'll find out, because we have everything that you need to know about the Audi TT, including which engine and trim level to choose. And remember, if you want to buy a TT, or any other new car, head over to our New Car Buying deals section for some hefty savings, with no haggling required.
There’s an a la carte menu of TTs to choose from, too. This TT review is for the pokey, single-chilli performance versions, but if you want to go for the full madras, click the link for our separate TT RS review. Or, if it's a convertible you're after, then here is the link to our TT Roadster review.