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Nothing short of a Ferrari will turn as many heads as the gorgeous convertible from Audi. Bold curves combine with a highly strung 1.8 litre, four cylinder turbo engine to deliver head snapping looks and ability.
Better to enjoy the cruising capabilities of this highly styled automotive icon-in-waiting. Whether from inside or outside, the vista leaves you in no doubt that Audi's design team was given unprecedented levels of freedom with the TT.
Polished aluminum abounds, from the air conditioning duct surrounds to the stereo cover. Drilled aluminum foot pedals point to Audi's sporty background, the polished hoops another example of designer flair on an otherwise mundane component. And then there's those drop dead gorgeous 17inch alloys…
Purists may the find the Audi too safe, too composed, too sure footed, and it's clear Audi has paid careful attention to a safe handling bias. The impressive quattro all-wheel drive system ensures you're unlikely to get the back end sliding, while the ESP traction control system will smack it back into line if you ever do.
It's fair to say that only the best among us will ever drive the Audi TT at anywhere near its stratospheric limits of adhesion. It's also fair to say - why would you want to?
Given the chance and the money I would buy one of these in a flash, despite living in a country where we only get a few days of sunshine a year to let the roof down and get the wind in my hair. I thought this was a fantastic car but is for buyers who have a few more bucks in their pockets, but I have no doubt that the people buying these secondhand will experience the thrill I got from this car. This will surely be a classic of the future