The Audi TT enjoys a dynamic and purposeful sporting design that has evolved from the first ever TT that was launched 1988. The car has continually evolved and now incorporates lighter materials and a lot more power whilst keeping the same dimensions and silhouette. The TT has always been a fashion statement, its iconic shape still prompting much head turning. The whole package makes for a, highly desirable two seater sports car.
The car now incorporates Audi's tremendous Virtual Cockpit that removes all unnecessary clutter and places every driver interface closer to their eye line, this along with the attractive facia and quality of all finishes makes the interior a really delightful place to be for both driver and their passenger. This along with the powerful four cylinder two litre engine and slick six speed manual gearbox and superior Quattro road holding in all situations brings to you a highly rewarding and fun driving experience.
This is a two-door sports car that will put a broad smile on your face, and keep it there whilst you rent for just a couple of days for or far longer. With a combined fuel consumption of 42.8 miles per gallon this is the perfect car to enhance any holidays, away days, special occasions or business trips.
With its comprehensive technology, real attention to detail, on-tap power, responsive steering and good looks you will feel in complete command of this most iconic sporting Audi.
The Audi TT comes equipped with a Technology pack with Audi Connect, combined with Audi comfort and sound package to make the road trip more memorable.
Porsche Primarily developed Audi RS Models. The original Audi RS was established in 1994 with the direct association of Porsche. The RS2 even had the Porsche logo on the tailgate, brakes, and grille.
In 2010, 30 years after Sir John Hegarty spotted the line "Vorsprung durch Technik" at an Audi factory the car manufacturer won its long European Court battle to take full control of it as an Audi trademark. Hegarty spotted the slogan on a visit to Germany the year he co-founded ad agency BBH. Despite worries that using a slogan that roughly translates as "advancement through technology" would work, Hegarty followed his gut feeling and the strapline is now one of the most famous and longest running marketing tag line in the world.
Vorsprung has managed to enter into popular culture, having cropped up in Only Fools in Horses when Del Boy comforts a German girl about to give birth, as well as in songs by U2 and Blur. It also featured as a punchline in a joke in Guy Ritchie's film Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.