2016 Audi TT TECH REVIEW

MotoMan goes on a deep tech dive of the 2016 Audi TT and yes goes through the engines – which we have seen before in another Audi and even a VW – some bits that lead to driving dynamics but then he focuses on the most important bit of this car and for Audi as a whole – and it’s not what you think . . .

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Will Morris says:

Interior Design. I’m an industrial design engineer, I own an Audi S1. It’s a nice modest looking car externally, it performs extremely well. But on the interior, Audi do really blow the competition out of the water. They have really looked into great detail the small, subtle yet quirky interactions that we have with a car. I particularly love the aluminium machined dials, obviously brought across from the TT and into the S1 line.

John Banks says:

I want my MMI back

Arch-Angel741 says:

does it turn heads tho?

spinnetti says:

All 3 of course! I love the “virtual cockpit” and Audi design in general, especially the interiors. I only wish Audi made something that drove more like the M2 (e.g. Clubsport concept). I’ve had 4 Audi’s, but currently in a Hot-rodded Beetle Turbo and likely to get the M2 next year, but I digress 😉

Lutong Zhang says:

China. Audi A4. Reason, it’s an Audi.

d1pz9 says:

Performance is a priority, not sheer speed and acceleration but everything about the way the car drives, then there has to be a combination of both the looks and the interior and that comes 2nd. I’m driving a 95 Accord ES 2.0, i’m not working with performance or looks and interior there but it’s my first car and i enjoy it. Im from Macedonia, south-east Europe. Anyway i digress i dig this new TT and the RS is gonna be a monster

Shane D says:

I chose my wrx for performance and practicality and I live in California

hipposnakeyo says:

Well done Audi, however all I want is a car like the new MX- 5, with another 50 hp and TQ.

Aerik says:

man, I like really like watching his videos but, geez he really can talk his head off. after awhile I’m just like, ughhh OKAY we know, we get it! drive it!! Lol…

Dirk van Mierlo says:

hi motoman, i recently started watching your video, and reaaly enjoy them, specially your indebt knowledge on tech and design. I normally choose a car on either practicality when it comes to family use, and how it drives for my personal enjoyment. I am Dutch and live in London, UK. we have 4 cars currently: mini cooper r56 auto. loads of issues with chain tensioner, dont like the slush box and the runflat tyres are awful, but my wife loves and it looks cool. a range rover vogue 4.4 v8 l322 2002 for the family, love that car, all tehc is x5. a bmw e39 m5, my main car which has costs me a fortune to restore, and a porsche 944 lux 2.5 1987 which is slowly turing into my track day car. keep up the good work, loving it!

PrinceOfParthia74 says:

idk why but i feel TT is a girly car

Kimball Carr says:

I’ve been looking forward to a Motoman review of the new TT. Excited to hear your impressions. I am just days away from walking into my local dealer and ordering a TTS after an exhaustive research period which included the C 450 AMG and others. This car will ultimately win me on a combination of style, interior tech and every day performance. I needed to transition from a two seater, my current car is a BMW Z4, and the TTS is my choice by being the only car in this price range with so much quality and performance in a 2+2 format.

jason jason says:

exterior 1st because it’s the law of attraction. Engine/performance is what makes you fall in love or upgrade later just like a woman’s personality 🙂
good video btw

Antenox says:

Is there a reason to get this over an A3/S3 with the same engine?

Muppetych says:

50 years!? 30 years in past computers did almost not exist!

rkhrahmani says:

1. Performance 2. Interior. I am inside the car and I want to enjoy it. To me, the first part of the joy comes from the performance. If the performance is not there, nothing else matters. Interior can complete the experience. I drive 2009 Jetta, 2011 Tiguan, and 2016 GTI and I live in North America.

Bailey Smith says:

Hi Motoman,  I’m glad you like this car. I picked up a new TTS with the Virtual Cockpit about three weeks ago (to my knowledge I’m the only person in my state with one). You seem to have picked up on the VC quicker than I did, it took me about an hour to use it all proficiently. I chose this car in part for its performance, which is great for what it is. I also appreciate that fact that it’s practical for a sports car, which makes getting my stuff to and from school pretty easy. The VC is nice, particularly with the sports layout of the gauges. Another thing I love this car for was the design, both outside and inside. It’s a lot less (for lack of a better word) cute than its predecessor without being too flashy or down right gaudy. The way the entire interior sweeps toward me while I’m driving is just awesome, and I agree it’ll be the sports car interior for the ages. The materials in there are great too, I think the play between the matte aluminum and black and grey leather is simply stunning in person. This is all well and good, but what really sold the car to me was the Quattro, a necessity of life here in Michigan. In the three weeks I’ve had this car we’ve had some pretty serious snow and this thing feels so well planted and unshakeable without feeling too firm or harsh on the horrendous road surfaces. In my short time with this thing I have noticed a few quirks, like I can’t open the trunk while the car is on, and the motors that raise and lower the mirrors are frozen solid. This just adds to the character of the car.

christian Chichester says:

100% interior. I drive a 16′ civic in Chicago

Bertram Peters says:

Moto man great review. I’ve learned a lot from you’re show. Congrats on the 100k subscribers.

Calvin Chann says:

I chose based on a combination of all of the reasons you gave plus utility. It has to be suitable for my needs, suit my perceived position and, in my eyes, have nice lines. I currently drive a Porsche Macan S Diesel in Western Europe. This kind of fails in the user interface department.

anguy says:

my favorite part of motoman’s videos are when he says, “but I digress.” I starting saying this in real life too lol

THE-ALBANIAN-GUY says:

What is moto mans real name?

freeman Geiger says:

I think it’s gorgeous, original and stands out with its competitive set brilliantly. I live in Florida and currently drive a VW CC. Pretty sure it’s peers would be S-Class, A8, Equus, 7 series but it doesn’t chase them. looks like it has its own direction. Purposeful luxury

freeman Geiger says:

I think it’s gorgeous, original and stands out with its competitive set brilliantly. I live in Florida and currently drive a VW CC. Pretty sure it’s peers would be S-Class, A8, Equus, 7 series but it doesn’t chase them. looks like it has its own direction. Purposeful luxury

freeman Geiger says:

I think it’s gorgeous, original and stands out with its competitive set brilliantly. I live in Florida and currently drive a VW CC. Pretty sure it’s peers would be S-Class, A8, Equus, 7 series but it doesn’t chase them. looks like it has its own direction. Purposeful luxury

greg bernini says:

One build quality two reliability three design
Audi A4 7speed convertible 2tfsi
Greg uk
Also Nisson X Trail mark one before Renault Took over
And £750 Mazda MX five
I love new cars but prices now are becoming out of reach for the normal working man I digress!!!!

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