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Audi TT 3.2 quattro: Canadian road test report

Audi TT 3.2 quattro
We found a nice Canadian road test report of the Audi TT 3.2 quattro. We just wonder about the size of the test driver and his comments about the cabin size…

When the first TT hit the streets, it was immediately applauded for its distinct, sensual, sexy sheetmetal. With its multiple curves and its sloping roofline, the initial TT turned heads wherever it went.

Here’s the new 2008 TT. It’s making a comeback, and is more beautiful and sexier than ever.

Audi created a car that’s visually more exciting than the old one, and it doesn’t seem to have gained any weight.

It still features a streamlined roofline and more curves than a supermodel, and dressed up in red paint like my test car is, the TT never goes unnoticed.

While Audi had to retrofit a small rear spoiler on the rump of the first TTs to assure its high-speed stability, it’s now articulated on the new model; at low speeds, it’s flush-fit in the tail of the car, rises at 120 km/h and goes back down at 80. It’s always an exciting moment to see the spoiler deploying itself in the rear view mirror.

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Source: Auto 123