Audi TT modern classic to buy or win while you can.

The Audi TT was a machine that blew our motoring minds back in the late 1990s. It looked like it had come from the future. It was clean, it was uncluttered, it was perfectly balanced and it was like nothing else.

It didn’t even look like a traditional Audi, and now, over twenty years later, that desire hasn’t faded.

The Audi TT is a true, defining modern classic.

Our focus here at is on the early, four-cylinder models (the Audi TT didn’t get six-cylinders until 2003).or the Roadster 1.8 Turbo 225 with Quattro Specs.

For us, the early TT is the purest, most true to its roots model. The one that is faithful to that concept car of 1995.

The production TT, so named after the famed Isle of Man race and also NSU models of old, arrived in 1998 and, well, it was stunning. Very little was lost from the concept car. In fact, the only really noticeable change was the inclusion of a rear quarter light. Other than that, it was a concept car for the road.

Powered by a 1.8 20V turbocharged four-cylinder engine, the Audi TT was available with 180bhp or 225bhp. Furthermore, buyers had the option of front-wheel drive or, via Audi’s famed Quattro system, all-wheel drive. It was a fast, formidable machine that offered grip and poise aplenty. A true driver’s car, though it wasn’t without controversy.

Later in its life, the TT would gain a couple more cylinders, it would go through two model evolutions and it would cement itself as a legend within the Audi range. If you want a sporty car that you truly can use every day with little compromise, this really is it.

The good news for any of you fancying owning a Audi TT you need to keep your eyes on our latest competitions and you just might just win a well-cared for, unmodified early TT

Or better still join our classic car competition mailing list and receive monthly updates on the latest competition news.

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