An iconic, stylish car the TT has evolved considerably over the years with changes to the bodywork and exterior design.
The Audi TT Coupé was first launched on the market in 1998 as a two-door coupé, since then it was passed through 8 generations with the final version ending production in July 2023.
The Audi TT is a range of sleek and sophisticated sports cars that provide a thrilling driving experience. With an iconic design and advanced technology, the TT models turn heads wherever they go. The range includes the coupe, roadster, TTS and TT RS models, each with their own unique features and capabilities.
Audi TT Coupé - The original Audi TT was first revealed over twenty years ago in 1998. Since then it has become an icon for the brand due to it’s distinctive looks and sporty presence. The final edition Audi TT has recently been released which will be the last Audi TT in production.
Audi TT Roadster - The TT Roadster is the perfect option for the summer months, it combines the iconic silhouette of the TT Coupé with the pleasures of open-top driving. The other main difference between the Coupe and the Roadster is that the soft-top version only has two seats.
Audi TTS Coupé - Next up in the range is the Audi ‘S’ version. The TTS has a 2.0 litre petrol engine with 306 BHP! Sharper looks have been added to emphasise the sportier handling and the suspension is lowered fore more direct contact with the road.
Audi TTS Roadster - Combining the significant boost in engine power with the pleasure of a soft-top roof, the TTS Roadster is the perfect choice for those that prioritize an enjoyable and exciting drive.
Audi TT RS Coupé - Apart of the prestigious Audi Sport family, the TT RS features a redesigned 5-cylinder engine, providing 400PS of power to launch from 0-62mph in just 3.7 seconds!
Audi TT RS Roadster - Boasting RS styling, performance and speed; the Audi TT RS Roadster has everything you could ask for in a sports-car with the addition of an open roof! The roof can be lowered or raised in 10 seconds at speeds of up to 31 mph so you don't have to fully slow down to drop the top.