Future Classics



The Audi TT has future classic stamped all over it. The 1.8L Quattro Sport and the 3.2L V6 Quattro are the ones to get excited about. See our buying guide and specs. See how many are left using our chart below.

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Our Verdict

The original Audi TT came out in 1998 and had quite a wow factor, looking as it did at the time as if it had come from another planet, and proved to be a great success.
There is a 1.8L turbo with a range of power outputs, and 3.2L V6 to choose from though the bottom spec 1.8 is not worth bothering with as it seems Audi forgot to connect the turbo, it only produces 150bhp...
We obviously salivate over the V6 Quattro, problem is, so does everyone else.
The Quattro's are of course the most desireable with the 1.8L 225bhp, giving a 0-60 of 6.4 seconds, looking the best value, and prices are starting to firm up for low mileage examples. There are plenty to choose from so take your time and get a good one.
Example: November 2016
03 plate 225 Quattro 68k miles £3500

Future Classics Rating

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