The TT carries over into 2020 unchanged, save for the addition of an alarm system and a new color, called Pulse Orange. See the Audi TT models for sale near you
The TT isn't the best driver's car out there, and it's severely compromised when compared with a more traditional coupe. But it offers an overall unique experience that you don't get from many other vehicles, not to mention a convertible option. The powertrain is dialed in, it comes standard with AWD, and the cockpit is charming and attractive. Given that there aren't many options available for the TT, there's not much more for us to say here, other than that, if you want one, you probably already know it, and we certainly aren't here to dissuade you from buying such a fun car. Find an Audi TT for sale
The 2020 Audi TT comes in coupe or 2-seat convertible (Roadster) form. Each body style offers just one trim level for 2020.
The TT Coupe ($46,495) has 18-in alloy wheels, full LED lighting, an automatic rear spoiler, dual exhaust tailpipes, heated windshield washer nozzles, keyless entry and ignition, selectable driving modes, automatic climate control, a flat-bottomed steering wheel, rain-sensing wipers, parking sensors in the front and rear, heated front seats, leather/simulated suede (Alcantara) upholstery, heated power-folding and self-dimming side mirrors, a self-dimming rearview mirror with digital compass, a rearview camera, Audi's Virtual Cockpit 12.3-in digital driver information display, 8-way power-adjustable front seats, 50/50 split folding rear seats, ambient LED cabin lighting, storage drawer under front passenger seat, wireless charging, signal booster, Bluetooth and a 9-speaker audio system with HD/satellite radio, two USB ports, two SD card slots and an auxiliary input.
The TT Roadster ($49,995) comes with essentially the same equipment (minus the two rear seats) but naturally has a power-operated soft top, plus a powered wind deflector, rollover hoops and a microphone in the seat belt for voice control of the infotainment system.
An S-line Competition package includes 19-in alloy wheels, a TT RS rear spoiler, an upgraded steering wheel, some cosmetic additions and a Sport mode for the Virtual Cockpit. The S Sport seat package offers unique upholstery. A Technology package introduces an improved user interface with navigation, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and a 680 watt 12-speaker Bang & Olufsen Other sound system. Other options include various types of high-end seating surfaces. The convertible also offers a neck-heating feature using warm air.
Luggage space in the coupe is 12 cu ft. Those small rear seats fold to create a little more cargo area. The Roadster's trunk measures 7.5 cu ft., so don't plan on hauling much back there, but that comes with the high-style territory. If someone really wants to play golf, perhaps they should look at another car.
|Basic||4 Years/50,000 Miles|
|Drivetrain||4 Years/50,000 Miles|
|Corrosion||12 Years/Unlimited Miles|
|Roadside Assistance||4 Years/Unlimited Miles|
2020 Mazda Miata RF -- As the driver's choice, the Miata has stuck to the same formula for decades. It offers exceptional balance and an available transmission, which you can't get in the TT. In RF form, the Miata wears a striking fastback design that features a power-folding roof panel over the cockpit.