The new third-generation Audi TT will start from £29,770, with prices set to rise up to £35,335. Available to order from today, first deliveries of the iconic sportscar will begin in December.
From launch, two engines including a 227bhp 2.0-litre TFSI as well as a 182bhp 2.0-litre TDI will be offered to buyers. A performance-focused 306bhp TTS version will follow later in the year. Both engines can be specced in either Sport or S Line trim, with the all-new and all-digital 12.3-inch virtual cockpit a standard feature on both specifications.
Standard kit on entry-level Sport models includes Audi’s multi-media interface with fingertip data entry, sat-nav, Bluetooth, adaptive dampers and keyless go. Audi will also add Alcantara-trimmed sports seats and air-con as creature comforts. Outside 18-inch wheels, sports suspension and LED daytime running lights are all standard features, too.
Spec the Sport model with the 2.0-litre diesel engine and Audi will charge you £29,770, with the petrol powered model priced at £29,860 – both with a six-speed manual gearbox. Quattro all-wheel drive and an S Tronic automatic ‘box are also available with the 2.0-litre TFSI model, which pushes the price up to £32,785.
S Line trim adds larger 19-inch alloys, full LED headlights and tail lights and a 10mm drop in ride height. A Technology pack is also available which includes an advanced navigation system and adds in-car Internet via Audi connect.
Opt for S Line trim with the 2.0-litre petrol engine and the Audi TT costs £32,410, but add Quattro drive and the S Tronic gearbox and the price rises to £35,335. The diesel is slightly cheaper, priced at £32,320.