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Audi TT Coupe interior, tech and comfort

2006 - 2014 (change model)
Comfort rating: 3.5 out of 53.5

Written by The Parkers Team Published: 29 August 2023 Updated: 29 August 2023

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 Mk2 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. Whether they still do should give you a clue as to the used condition of any TT you’re considering buying.

The second-gen TT is roomier than the first-generation TT for both front and rear-seat occupants, although those in the back will still feel very squashed. Air-conditioning and electric windows were standard on all models. Leather and Alcantara trim was standard on the 2.0-litre while full leather and heated front seats were standard on the V6 – the TTS got Alcantara and leather sports seats.