- Company car drivers can now get a TT TDI S Tronic
- Comes with all-wheel drive for added grip and security
- Will appeal to those looking for something sporty and frugal
S Tronic now available for diesel buyers
Company car drivers regularly facing long motorway driving, or even just those who prefer automatic gearboxes, can now specify a diesel combined with a dual-clutch auto 'box.
Available on all trims – Sport, S Line and Black Edition – this version of the TT comes as standard with Quattro all-wheel drive as well, which will appeal to drivers who want a bit of extra grip.
It’s powered by the familiar 184hp 2.0-litre TDI diesel engine which produces 380Nm of torque for strong pulling power, and will sprint from 0-62mph in 6.7 seconds – 0.4 seconds faster than the TDI Ultra.
Audi TT 2.0 TDI Quattro S Tronic costs
Emissions of 142g/km for the TT Coupe and 147g/km for the TT Roadster mean this version isn’t the most efficient (that’ll be down to the Quattro all-wheel drive system), but Audi claims it’s capable of returning 52.3mpg in two-door coupe form.
That means a desirable S Line model is in line for 28% BIK costs, which amounts to £170 per month in company car tax.
Is this the TT to go for?
It could be if you want a balance of economy and performance and desire an automatic gearbox for covering hundreds of miles a week.
The only downside is the higher emissions due to the Quattro all-wheel drive system, but the availability of a diesel automatic boosts the appeal of the TT significantly.