What kind of car is the 2023 Audi TT? What does it compare to?
The 2023 Audi TT roadster and coupe pair sporty performance with standard all-wheel drive. There are few cars like it, though competitors include the BMW Z4, Toyota Supra, and Porsche 718.
Is the 2023 Audi TT a good car?
A fun driver’s car without much space for others, the Audi TT earns a TCC Rating of 5.4 out of 10. (Read more abouthow we rate cars.)
What’s new for the 2023 Audi TT?
Not much. The 2023 TT coupe and roadster models get a new 18-inch wheel design, while the TTS carries over unchanged.
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Last year invited speculation that Audi was planning to discontinue the TT, particularly since Audi hasn’t announced the return of the high-performance TT RS, but it appears the base coupe and roadster, plus the TTS, are content to hang around for at least another model year. The sleek and low-slung design still looks good, with hints of Art Deco inspiration. The snug cockpit combines digital instrumentation with a leather-trimmed dash and aeronautical-inspired round vents.
It’s a driver’s car; attention paid to the passenger is an afterthought. The front seats are spacious and supportive, fitted with nappa leather and heaters. The back seat is deleted on the roadster and that might as well be the same for coupes. With little interior space and a small trunk, trips require planning and a light touch with the packing.
The TT is based on old VW architecture, back to the front-wheel-drive VW Golf, and driving dynamics are reminiscent of the best GTIs and Golf Rs, with standard all-wheel drive and a 228-hp turbo-4. The TTS tunes power to 288 hp, good for a 4.4-second run to 60 mph thanks to slick shifts from the 7-speed dual-clutch transmission.
Every TT is perfectly flingable, ready for pointing and shooting through corners; the TTS gets magnetic dampers to soften a firm ride. Without safety ratings or even the most common safety tech, the time and place for such spirited driving is at your discretion.
How much does the 2023 Audi TT cost?
The base coupe is priced from $53,295; the roadster starts at $57,395 and adds a power drop top to features including heated sport seats covered in nappa leather, a digital instrument display, and a Bang & Olufsen audio system. The TTS tops $62,995.
Where is the 2023 Audi TT made?
The TT is produced in Hungary.
(With Inputs from highgearmedia)
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