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Audi TT Roadster interior, tech and comfort

2007 - 2014 (change model)
Comfort rating: 4 out of 54.0

Written by Parkers Published: 6 June 2019 Updated: 6 June 2019

Solid Audi build quality, decent amounts of space and a sporty steering wheel are the most obvious things that stand out. Unlike the Coupe there are no rear seats, but this means there is plenty of legroom and shoulder room for both passenger and driver, making it a very comfortable car for two. A single button on the centre console between the seats raises and lowers the fabric roof while another raises and lowers the mesh wind deflector.

With the roof down the cabin is reasonably quiet and it’s possible to have a conversation at 60mph, but above that voices need to be raised. The thick windscreen pillars are a problem too and can obstruct the view at junctions.

As it’s bigger than the old car there is more head, elbow and leg room for even the tallest of drivers and passengers. The new flat-bottomed steering wheel not only looks sporty but is great to hold while all the switchgear is easy to reach and simple to use while the seats are deep, offering good support – they also adjust for length and lateral support.

Trying to reach the remote boot and petrol release located in the door pocket is tricky though.