The new Audi TT with a two liter turbo and all-wheel drive is pretty much the ultimate all-year daily driver sports car. And a good one at that.
Gone are the curvy lines, in are many sharp angles and massive air intakes. But no matter how angry they made it, Audi’s most sporty MQB car still looks unmistakably like a TT. We’ll have to wait and see how the family grows in the future, but the third-generation car is a pretty nice package to begin with.
While its funky cabin and digital features makes it feel more upscale than an A3 which it shares the platform with, you can still buy it with two-wheel drive and a manual gearbox. That’s a great entry into the club, but those looking for all-weather fun all-year long will certainly go for the Quattro and its flappy pedals.
The previous TTs were criticized for their lack of speed just as much as the first Porsche Boxster was, but just look at these cars today! They grew up so fast.