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SAFETY | 8 out of 10
The 2012 Audi TT has not yet been crash-tested by even one of the U.S. crash-test agencies, but with Audi's reputation for safety behind it--plus a strong, light-weight body structure, we're relatively confident it has strong crash-test protection.All TT coupes and convertibles come with standard hill-hold assist, anti-lock brakes, side airbags, and electronic stability control.
None of the nifty active-safety features now becoming more common in luxury coupes--such as blind-spot alert systems or lane-departure warning systems--are offered in the TT. Neither is a backup camera, though rear parking sensors are offered. Those could especially come in useful if you're getting a TT Roadster, as visibility tends to be an issue, even if you're willing to crane your neck quite a bit.
The 2012 Audi TT lacks U.S. crash-test data, but its robust structure, full set of safety features, and quick handling are all safety positives.