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Audi TT Coupe interior, tech and comfort

1999 - 2006 (change model)
Comfort rating: 3 out of 53.0

Written by Mike Humble Published: 25 May 2022 Updated: 25 May 2022

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The TT has one of the most stylish interiors around, with natty details such as aluminium air-vent surrounds and a smart metal panel to hide the head unit. The ergonomics are also nigh-on perfect, meaning anyone can get comfortable behind the wheel.

You sit low down, meaning visibility isn’t quite as good as it would be in a similarly sized hatchback. The view out of the back is also a bit restricted due to the sloping roofline, which can make parking a bit of a challenge. Kerbed alloy wheels are common as a result.


On paper, the Audi TT is a four-seater – but those rear seats are only really fit for kids in reality. The sharply tapered roof means rear headroom is non-existent. However, the front passengers are well looked after with comfortable and supportive seats.

The Sport model does away with the rear chairs altogether (which isn’t necessarily a bad thing). The front seats are also replaced with figure-hugging buckets that hold you firmly in place, even when you’re testing the limits of your tyres in the corners.