Lower emissions for new Audi TT

  • Minor revamp inside and out for TT
  • New petrol engine with lower emissions
  • Open to order now, priced from £25,000 (est)

Audi has freshened up its TT range with some slight design tweaks and has also made it even more appealing to user-choosers by reducing CO2 emissions.

The revamped range, which is available to order now, features redesigned bumpers, new alloy wheel designs and the addition of LED daytime running lights. Inside are some minor trim changes.

But the big news for company car drivers is under the bonnet, with the addition of fuel saving technology, which recuperates the energy normally lost during braking and coasting.

As a result, the TT 2.0 TFSI Coupe boasts more power - up 11bhp to 211bhp, yet fewer emissions and improved fuel economy.

Thanks to the new technology the TT 2.0 TFSI Coupe now returns economy of almost 43mpg (up from 36mpg) while CO2 emissions drop from 183g/km to 154g/km.

This drops the TT by five company car tax bands, and it is now taxed at 19% of its list price rather than 24%.

Pricing is yet to be announced, but expect the entry-level 1.8 TFSI Roadster to start at £25,000 and the Coupe models to cost from £27,000.