2023 Audi TT / TTS has been around for a while, but it remains attractive and fun to drive. It’s available in two styles, either as a coupe or a convertible, but lacks in performance when compared to rivals like Porsche 718 Cayman and Toyota Supra. But, sadly lacking enough driver interaction, neither the TT nor TTS are available with manual transmission.
The base TT now has new 18-inch wheels, and the TTS remains unchanged. The more powerful five-cylinder TT RS is discontinued after the 2022 model year. The interior of both the models houses a plethora of chic minimalism. The design is blissful and modern, and premium materials are used everywhere. This coupe model offers seats for four, but the small rear seat is best for luggage and grocery bags to carry.
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The convertible variant provides 8 cubic ft. of cargo space, compared to the coupe’s 12 cubic ft. Premium audio system, navigation, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto are all standard. Surprisingly, the TT doesn’t have a central display screen or touchscreen, instead displays infotainment functions in the digital gauge cluster.
Engine, Performance, Top-Speed, 0-60 Mph & Mileage
Under the hood of the TT, lies a turbocharged 2.0L four-cylinder engine generating 228 hp and 349 Nm of torque. The TTS gets a beefier version, which is tuned to offer 288 hp and 390 Nm of torque. Both the cars house a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission with Quattro AWD. The TTS is quite quick as the 0-60 mph run is in the low 4 seconds, along with a top speed of 155 mph. The TT has an EPA rating of 21/27 mpg, and the 2022 TTS, has an EPA estimated gas mileage of 23/31 mpg.
The TT coupe starts at $52,595 and goes all the way up to $61,995 for the TTS Coupe. We would recommend the TTS for its upgraded engine.
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