If you want a sportier version of the older Audi TT, this is the car, but only if you do not intend to carry more than one adult passenger—and one passenger, period, in the roadster. The updated styling both inside and out makes the 2009 Audi TT a car that looks as peppy as it performs.
The 2009 Audi TT seems sportier than previous models. Kelley Blue Book says that the new Audi TT is "wider and longer than original TT." The length and width have both increased by "5.4 inches in length and 3.1 inches in width," according to Kelley Blue Book. Car and Driver labels the Audi TT 2009 as "unique among sports cars," and Edmunds.com remarks the TT 2009 has the "low-slung look and feel of a sports car."
The interior of the Audi TT 2009 is tiny overall, although there’s plenty of headroom and legroom for in the front seats. Consumer Reports describes the back of the cabin as having "two small rear seats," and Edmunds.com says of the rear seats, "they're only suitable for kids." Up front in the driver's seat is a different story. Edmunds.com comments that the 2009 Audi TT seat and wheel design give the "interior a sporty feel." The flat-bottomed steering wheel in the Audi TT 2009 helps the driver get into and out of the car, but Kelley Blue Book reports that it "mostly just looks cool."
The TTS gets a host of other improvements inside to match its dressed-up exterior, including “more brushed aluminum, gray-faced instruments whose white needles perform a fashionable flick before start-up, and handsome Alcantara-and-leather seats,” according to Motor Trend.