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Parkers overall rating: 4.5 out of 5 4.5

The interior features Audi’s typically robust built quality, with soft-touch materials on the dashboard and doors. The dashboard centre is angled slightly towards the driver, and controls and switches are clearly marked. The tapering rear compromises over-the-shoulder visibility, but overall the TT’s cabin is excellent with neat details such as the three circular air vents and flat-bottomed steering wheel.

Quality is unsurpassed and all the controls and switches work with real precision.

The new TT is roomier than the first-generation car for both front and rear-seat occupants. Air conditioning and electric windows are standard, and the ride, while firm, it still quite forgiving of poor road surfaces. Leather and Alcantara trim is standard on the 2.0-litre while full leather and heated front seats are standard on the V6 – the TTS gets Alcantara and leather sports seats.

However, Audi TT Coupe comfort is compromised by the firmer suspension on the performance model which means it does struggle to cope with potholes.