All versions feature a huge 12.3in colour display behind the steering wheel where you’d normally expect to find the instrument dials. This unusual layout is mainly good news because it means you don’t have to divert your eyes far from the road to see it. It does, however, make it hard for your passenger to help out with tapping in a postcode or choosing a radio station.
The system is easy to use, though. You control it via a large rotary dial between the seats, and there are also handy shortcut buttons to take you directly to specific functions.
A DAB radio and USB socket are fitted to every version, but sat-nav is an optional extra – and is available only as part of the fairly pricey Technology package. We'd advise adding it, though – if only to make your TT easier to sell on in the future.