- Nimble handling
- Elegant interior
- Front-seat space
- Acceptable trunk space in coupe
- Long list of standard features
- Drivetrain lag in normal driving mode
- Firm ride with 19-inch wheels
- Luggage space (convertible)
- Minuscule backseat (coupe)
- No center multimedia screen
- Manual transmission not offered
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- 2+2 coupe or two-seat roadster
- Standard all-wheel drive
- High-tech instrument panel
- High-performance TTS and TT RS models
- Seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission standard
- Wireless phone charging standard
2020 Audi TTS review: Our expert's take
What Is the 2020 Audi TT?
The Audi TT comes as a four-seat coupe or two-seat roadster. Both have a standard turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers 228 horsepower. This engine pairs with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, and all-wheel drive is standard. The more powerful TTS coupe is powered by a 288-hp turbo four-cylinder. At the top of the heap is the TT RS coupe, which is powered by a turbocharged 2.5-liter five-cylinder engine that makes 394 hp. Rivals to this Audi performance trio include the Mercedes-Benz SLC-Class, BMW 2 Series and Lexus RC.
What’s New on the 2020 Audi TT?
The TT and TTS get an alarm system with a motion sensor, while red brake calipers are a stand-alone option for the TT RS.
What Features in the 2020 Audi TT Are Most Important?
The Audi TT comes with a fun and relatively frugal turbo four-cylinder engine, and standard all-wheel drive enhances the sports car’s all-weather capability. The cabin is classy, featuring a high-tech instrument panel, but it forgoes a central dashboard screen, so anyone who likes their passenger to play co-pilot and navigator should take note.
Should I Buy the 2020 Audi TT?
As sports cars go, the Audi TT is relatively practical so long as you accept its limitations. The coupe’s rear seat is hardly usable, while the roadster’s tiny trunk will force you to pack light for weekend getaways. The range-topping TT RS is a riot to drive, but it’s awfully pricey and will mostly appeal to diehard Audi fans.
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