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Few similarly priced sports cars can match the outright pace and beautifully constructed interior of the Audi TT RS, but it isn’t the sharpest model in its class to drive. Most obviously, the Porsche 718 Cayman shows it up in the corners, but similarly priced versions of that car have coarse four-cylinder engines, whereas the five-cylinder unit in the TT RS sounds epic.
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We are yet to try out this variant
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We have yet to drive the entry-level 40 TFSI, but we suspect it will offer the best value for money yet should still deliver the lively acceleration TT buyers crave. It's available with a choice of front or four-wheel drive – dubbed quattro by Audi – but the latter makes the car heavier and only provides an advantage in wet conditions.
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