The 2010 Audi TT isn't known for much backseat room-in the roadster, there aren't any rear seats, in fact-but the high-quality cockpit and roomy trunk fit most reviewers and their luggage well, according to TheCarConnection.com's experts and other respected car-review Web sites.
As you might expect, there's no extravagant space to be found inside, but the TT does have adequate foot and shoulder room for two, either in the coupe or the roadster. Kelley Blue Book notes the new Audi TT is "wider and longer than original TT." Even so, Consumer Reports reminds shoppers that the "coupe has two small rear seats while the convertible seats just two." Most reviewers find enough seat room for adults up front; Kelley Blue Book reports the TT's racing-style flat-bottom steering wheel "provides a touch more leg clearance on entry and exit." In back, it's a more dismal scene for traveling companions;
Consumer Reports describes "two small rear seats," and Edmunds says "they're only suitable for kids." In another review, Edmunds pinpoints the coupe's rear seats as "only suitable for kids, packages or perhaps anorexic D-listers."
The console and glove box are on the tiny side, but the 2010 TT's trunk space is more than roomy for a car of its size in coupe or roadster body styles. Cars.com notes the "13.1-cubic-foot cargo space that grows to 24.7 cubic feet when the rear seats are lowered" and "can carry two golf bags." Edmunds calls the "coupe's hatchback utility" a strong point. With the roadster, Edmunds appreciates a folding top that "enables the car to retain clean lines with the top down" and "keep the car quiet and well-insulated."