It's a stark contrast to the front seat, which is both comfortable and spacious--even adults well over six feet tall will find plenty of head and leg room. There's a sense of width to the cabin, as well, thanks to a broad dash and open instrument panel layout. The TT and TTS Roadsters also share in the ample headroom.
Small-item storage in the cabin is limited to a smallish console and glove box. In the coupe, a stowage space beneath the hatch offers enough room for a weekend getaway for two, and even more space with the rear seats folded forward. Roadster models have about the same trunk space thanks to a smart soft top design.
Magnetic ride suspension is standard on TTS models, and optional on standard TTs. The adaptive suspension system makes for on-the-fly changes from comfortable cruising to sporty road-carving, broadening the range of the TT's capability.
Materials, quality, and construction are all very good, as is typical of Audi. The TT's cabin design is not the freshest in the Audi stable, but the overall feel remains luxurious yet simple.