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
The range-topping trim, and it's suitably well equipped as standard. Features such as leather sports seats, climate control, a part-Alcantara steering wheel,. Bluetooth, DAB radio, sat-nav, USB connections and Audi's brilliant Virtual Cockpit digital instruments are thrown in. It doesn't come cheap, though.
Engine:2.5T FSI TT RS Quattro
This powerful 394bhp turbocharged five-cylinder makes a superb sound when pushed hard and allows the TT RS (the only model that gets this engine) to fire itself from 0-62mph in less than 4.0sec – that's supercar levels of performance. With it, though, comes high running costs.