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Things We Like in TT
  • Flexible, punchy engine
  • Balanced handling and comfortable ride
  • Amazing interiors with up to the mark features
Things We Dont Like in TT
  • Steering sometimes feel lifeless
  • 4 star safety rating (EURO NCAP)
  • No front arm rest and belt feeders

Audi TT Colors

TT is available in 10 different colors - Panther Black, Phantom Black, Ibis White, Brilliant Red, Sepang Blue Pearl Effect, Suzuka Grey Metallic, Daytona Grey Pearl Effect, Samoa Orange, Ice Silver and Estoril Blue Crysta.

  • Panther Black

  • Phantom Black

  • Ibis White

  • Brilliant Red

  • Sepang Blue Pearl Effect

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Review of TT

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety


Audi TT is not the everyday regular car most of the Indians are used to. It is something exceptional made for altogether a different league of enthusiasts. It is one of the few cars which first established its footprints in the country well before the brand itself. The vehicle was first introduced globally in 1998, and then in 2006 its second generation came to light. Finally, in 2014, Audi All road Shooting Brake Concept car was showcased at the Detroit Motor Show and later its production version was revealed at the Geneva Motor Show. The car was launched in the Indian market in the year 2015. The 2015 Audi TT is the best TT till date and fun to drive with stellar dynamics. It is loaded with cutting edge technology, looks more futuristic and toothsome.
Talking about the exteriors, Audi TT gets the more masculine looks as compared to its older versions. The front features single frame radiator grille along with massive air intakes that adds to overall aggressive nature of the car. New Matrix LED headlights with daytime running lights look eye catchy and draw attention of the passerby. Side profile gets strong shoulder line that starts from the bonnet and goes up to the rear tail lights. The vehicle runs on the 5-spoke alloy wheels. At the back, the tail lights get same detailing as the headlights and look beautiful at night. Both the tail light as well as head light gets dynamic blinkers. The compact size of the TT helps while parking and manoeuvring in traffic conditions. Dimensionally, the car measures 4177mm in length, 1832mm in width, 1353mm in height while the wheelbase stands at 2502mm. Audi TT comes in vibrant shades such as Ibis White, Monsoon Grey Metallic, Glacier White Metallic, Mythos Black Metallic, Floret Silver Metallic, Scuba Blue Metallic, Nano Grey Metallic and Tango Red Metallic.
As soon as you settle inside the Audi TT, you will be awestruck by looking at the dashboard and how nicely everything is designed. The whole dashboard is driver focused and helps the driver to control everything very easily. Audi TT has replaced analogue instrument cluster with its 12.3-inch all digital screen which now works as an MMI monitor. As expected, Audi TT gets excellent fit and finish with dark orange upholstery with diamond stitching looks amazing. The S sport seats with Nappa Leather and rotor grey can take your breath away. The virtual cockpit has been tailored for driver’s need with every information including navigation, vehicle speed/engine and media information right in front of the driver. The steering wheel is finished in contour leather. Audi TT gets 12-speaker Bang & Olufsen audio system. Other features are deluxe automatic air conditioning, convenience key, remote control key, climate control, cruise control, electrically adjustable seats with 4-way lumbar support, ambient lighting and steering adjustment.
Under the hood, Audi TT 2015 is powered by the 2.0L TFSI turbocharged petrol mill that can generate the power output of 230bhp and yields the maximum torque of 370Nm. The engine comes with 6-speed S tronic dual-clutch gearbox, it delivers power to all the wheels through Quattro system. The car can touch 100kmph mark in mere 5.3 seconds. ARAI certified fuel efficiency is 14.33kmpl. Audi drive select gets comfort, Auto, Dynamic, efficiency and individual settings for better driving experience.
In terms of safety, company has drastically improved its standards. The advanced safety aspects in the car include 6 airbags, ABS with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution, Brake Assist, Traction control, rain sensing wipers and automatic headlamps. The 2015 Audi TT competes against Porsche Boxster, Mercedes-Benz SLK and BMW Z4 in its class.
Audi TT is available in only one variant in the country that is TT 45 TFSI. The car is priced at Rs. 60.34 lakh, ex-showroom.


The brilliancy continues inside and one would find no actual complain. The dashboard is all-black with silver textures across, a fresh approach not similar to what you will see in other Audi cars. The design and layout is driver focused and gives him the commanding power on the seat. The cabin is also fantastic with top notch ergonomics and a sense of roominess.
It seems the execution is perfect, right from the feel and quality of plastics, the practicality of switches and the layout, all are first rated. Despite a performance sedan, you will feel like you are sitting in the comfort of your home. Just like other low slung cars, getting inside is not easy but once you have entered into the cabin, the all-round visibility is truly phenomenal even if you peek through the rear windscreen.
Some of the important pieces where quality speaks are the turbine shaped aircon vents with digital controls for temperature and blower. It’s not only a masterpiece in appearance but also easy to use as well. The 12.3 inch all-digital instrument replaces the older analogue one and is interesting equipment which truly looks futuristic and high tech, something the millennials would love to experience.
The graphics and the manner in which the dials alter their size are certainly fascinating. The razor sharp display gives the driver all the information of the vehicle including speed, engine speed, radio, media, etc. The screen also doubles up as the MMI infotainment which can be easily operated through smart touch wheel. The touchpad on the top allows you to handwrite, zoom and navigate through the settings. The smartness can be seen when you open up the navigation system, the map comes to the front while the speedometer and the tachometer split at both the edges to offer large display of the navigation.
The decibels are powered by Audi’s sound system with 155 watts of total output coming through 9 speakers including one centre speaker and two bass speakers at the door. And if you are really interested in ramping up the music experience, then there is optional Bang & Olufsen 5.1 surround sound system which instantly captivates your mind by producing 680 watts of output through 12 speakers and 14-channel amplifier. In terms of storage, there are enough to dump the knick-knacks but the interesting part is the boot space which is 305 L and with rear seats split-fold it can make even more. The boot space is certainly huge as compared to other vehicles of the same class.
Finally, coming to the seating, draped in Nappa leather they look lavish and sporty and comes with adjustable side bolstering which keeps passengers comfortable even if they get older and out of shape. They are also electrically adjustable and offer extended thigh support for comfortable longer journey. However, if you are looking for huge space inside the cabin, mind it it’s a 2-door sports coupe which offers thrilling experience not comfort of an aircraft.


It seems Audi hasn’t taken the criticism cum feedbacks lightly and it looks like the carmaker has put this car to litmus test to match the styling of contemporaries. The new face looks extremely striking and closer to the sibling R8. The sharp looking headlamps are of typical Audi but here is a party trick. Audi labels these headlights as Matrix LED beam comprising of individual light diodes which shuts on and off automatically. These headlights detect the traffic ahead through inbuilt sensors and the camera and spread the high beam lights accordingly, without dazzling the oncoming vehicles.
The lights also recognizes the taillights so as to prevent the driver ahead from blind by dimming the lights while simultaneously lighting the rest of the road. Another interesting feature of these lights is that they dips automatically, doubles up as the adaptive lights at the bends, giving the car a unique visual appearance. The large single piece grille and the purposefully looking huge air intakes lend an aggressive appeal to this monster. And the bonnet with streaks on it just adds up to the aggression.
Coming to the side profile, the typical TT design traits can be seen with the flared wheel arches, the fastback-styled roof and nominal shoulder line. The prominent wheel arches just liven up the sharp looking 5-spoke alloy wheels. The fancy looking aluminium draped fuel filler lid has also been carried forward. And the way roofline merges with the rear is gorgeous to say the least. At the rear, the tail lamps which look stunning at night get similar detailing as of headlamps including the dynamic blinkers. The carmaker has installed a deployable spoiler which opens up automatically at high speeds and is also electrically operable.
Overall, the car’s compact size comes absolutely practical when you park the vehicle or manoeuvre in traffic. This is indeed an exceptional vehicle.

Mileage Running Cost

For a performance vehicle of this stature, ARAI certified 14.33kmpl is more than sufficient. This comes because the car carries 50kg less weight than its predecessor. However, in real world, one can expect fuel economy of around 8kmpl.

Comfort Suspension

Mostly crafted on aluminium body, the new Audi TT has the tighter proportions which help it a lot in the driving dynamics. The car is now 50kg less than its predecessor which does impact its dynamics. Audi TT is a sports coupe, so one can expect a little stiff, noisy and shaky ride. This is because there are low profile tyres fitted in the vehicle, however, broken roads and other undulations are well handled. But it is not that bad to end up the driver in headache. The driving position provides great visibility and that also makes easier to manoeuvre the car in crowded areas.
The handling in the car is outstanding and it tackles the corner with ease. The steering response is quick and precise while the grip is outstanding. Though the steering does not provide hydraulic feedback but the response is direct and matches the Audi standards.

Engine Performance

Under the hood, the car employs the 2.0L 4-cylinder turbo petrol engine that produces 230PS and 370Nm of torque. While this might not seem as jaw dropping figures, but in the real world the car packs enough punch to paste a smile on your face. And when combined with 6-speed dual clutch automatic gearbox, the ballistic performance is evident as the car takes just 5.3 seconds to dispel from naught to 100kmph.
The power is channelled via Audi’s Quattro AWD system. Just push the engine start/stop switch and the car whooshes forward with a throaty note. There is no turbo lag and the off-the-line acceleration comes in a linear cum strong manner. As you rev hard, the engine growls while the exhaust also get louder. The paddle shifters are handy offering confidence click to the driver.
The car can be driven via different modes including Audi, Comfort, Dynamic, Efficiency and Individual, all serving different purpose. The drive modes alter the throttle, steering and gear-shift responses catering to individual needs.

Braking Safety

The brakes in the car are spot on having good bite and progression. The sizeable disc brakes are quite effective in stopping the car quickly. The braking is further enhanced by safety measures such as ABS with EBD and Hydraulic Brake Assist. In terms of safety, the car has been awarded 4 star rating by Euro NCAP which could be quite disappointing for many.
Other bunch of safety aspects include 6 airbags, traction control, rain sensing wipers, tyre pressure monitor, automatic headlamps, cruise control and parking system plus.

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