Reviewed by Unique Cars and Parts
Our Rating: 3
Few would guess that the beautiful Audi TT shares components with parent company VW's Golf, or even that of the Skoda. Despite VW's common component strategy, Audi engineers were able to develop the beautiful sports coupe using the Golf floorpan and basic 1.8 litre engine (also fitted to some Skoda's).
There were 2 variants of motor fitted to the TT, producing 185 bhp and 215 bhp, and an all new electronicaly controlled clutch system meant that up to 100% of the power could be directed to either the front or rear wheels.
Using retro style stitching on the seats and a modern alloy dash the TT was always going to become an instant classic.