This generation of Audi TT is starting to age, but 2019 saw a significant update to keep things fresh. The 2020 Audi TT returns with few changes, adding only a few wheel and paint choices. The security system gets a motion sensor, but the new TT is otherwise mechanically identical to the 2019 version.
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2020 Audi TT Overview
Choosing Your Audi TT
The Audi TT is available only available in a single trim, simply known as the TT. However, it's available as a Coupe and a Roadster (a convertible). The TT Coupe starts at $46,495 including destination, while the TT Roadster costs $49,995
To match the single available trim, the TT uses only one engine: a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that makes 228 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque.
This puts the TT in a sports car middle ground – faster (and more expensive) than a Mazda MX-5 Miata, but slower (and cheaper) than a Porsche Cayman. Perhaps the TT’s closest analogue is the Nissan 370Z, but it won’t compare to the Audi in terms of features.
All TTs come with all-wheel drive in the form of Audi’s quattro system. Power is sent to the wheels by a six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, and the driver gets wheel-mounted paddle shifters to control it.
Passenger and Cargo Capacity
The TT’s passenger capacity technically varies by body style: the coupe is a 2+2, while the Roadster convertible is a true two-seater. However, we’d say you might as well treat both as two-seaters, because the coupe’s rear seat is best suited to children.
Luckily, those rear seats can fold flat for extra cargo capacity. On the coupe, that capacity is already decent for the class, with 12 cubic feet behind the seats. The Roadster isn’t so lucky – it gets only 7.5 cubic feet of cargo volume.
As is the case with most sports cars, the Audi TT isn't a safety rock star. Blind-spot monitoring is available for $450 – the only active safety feature to be found.
Infotainment is a bit of an unusual story in the TT. There’s no central screen. Instead, everything runs through the 12.3-inch digital display behind the steering wheel, which Audi calls the Virtual Cockpit. It's gorgeous, but the downside is that the passenger can't control any of it.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility are available alongside navigation and an improved audio system in the Technology Package ($2,800).
Audi only gets one trim to impress buyers, so it’s well equipped. Leather upholstery comes standard, as do heated seats, ambient lighting, and trim in Alcantara and aluminum. The exterior gets 18-inch wheels, LED lights, an adaptive rear spoiler, and parking sensors at the front and rear.
For buyers who want a sportier experience, a nimbler suspension tune comes in the S Line Competition Package ($2,200). This also includes a host of aesthetic upgrades, including 19-inch wheels and gloss-black accents.
Aside from the $3,500 price bump, the Roadster is equipped identically to the coupe. The only difference is in the S Sport Seat Package, which adds full Nappa leather upholstery and eight-way power seats. On the coupe, it costs $1,250, but it's $600 more on the Roadster – odd, given that the convertible has two fewer seats to cover.
The 2020 Audi TT is a nice package, but it’s worth spending a little extra to complete the kit. If you can live with the funky infotainment ergonomics, the Technology Package is a good addition.