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8.0
/ 10
On Styling
BASE INVOICE
$35,945
BASE MSRP
$38,650
On Styling
With a sporty exterior that looks at home next to the R8, the 2013 Audi TT is a looker--despite less-than-fresh interior design.
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greatly improves on the previous model
Consumer Reports

no longer just a pretty boy
Motor Trend

crisper lines
Kelley Blue Book

interior...is beautifully built
Edmunds


Though the lineal design heritage of the Audi TT is obvious from the original to the 2013 model, it's clear that the stylists have changed their tack with the latest generation, penning a more squat, low-slung sport coupe and convertible with contemporary Audi cues.

The wide, low stance looks like it's squatted on its haunches, ready to spring into action, even at a stop. Bright, modern headlight enclosures with LED accents, large air inlets, and sleek, flowing curves give the TT an aggressive, yet cultured look.

Inside, it's a bit of a different story, as the TT's interior isn't fully in line with the rest of the Audi range in terms of design, owing mostly to its greater age. Nevertheless, its simple approach to aesthetics and good materials and finish selections give a refined, masculine appeal.

Conclusion

With a sporty exterior that looks at home next to the R8, the 2013 Audi TT is a looker--despite less-than-fresh interior design.

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