The Audi TT RS isn’t the sharpest driver’s car in the class, but few similarly priced sports cars can match its outright pace and beautifully constructed interiorread the full model review
This is our favourite trim. You get air-conditioning, Alcantara and leather seats, rear parking sensors, xenon headlights, 18-inch alloy wheels, Bluetooth, a USB socket and a DAB radio. However, you’ll probably want to pay extra for climate control and the Technology pack, which includes sat-nav. As with all TT Roadsters, we’d also recommend the optional wind deflector.
The entry-level engine in the TT Roadster range doesn’t feel underpowered, being happy to rev and pulling hard from low down its range. The punchier 2.0-litre is tempting, but the 1.8 has a smoother power delivery and is usefully cheaper to buy and run.