With the top down and the wind in our hair, we piloted our 2014 Audi TT Roadster down a winding strip of prime California costal highway. The TT may lack...
... the precise turn-in found with the Boxster and Z4, but the way it holds in corners and its stable, smooth ride make us think all but the most zealous of drivers will find the trade-off more than acceptable. While we mourn the loss of the traditional manual shifter found on the terminated TT RS, Audi’s S tronic dual-clutch automatic transmission left little to complain about. Top up, the TT is fairly quiet for a soft-top
convertible, but the feeling inside the cockpit isn’t as secure or polished as with a retractable hardtop. In short, the TT offers a great ride, great power and great fuel economy. It’s a shame you can’t comfortably fit two more people in it. Then again, maybe not.