Audi TT Quattro Sport

Year of Manufacture: 2005

Make: Audi

Model: TT Quattro Sport

Exterior Colour: Avus Silver

Interior Colour: Black Leather & Alcantara

Registration: H1 WOY

Transmission: 6-Speed Manual

Year of Manufacture: 2005

Mileage: 69,000

Engine Size: 1800cc

Fuel Type: Petrol


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The Audi TT has been in production since 1998, and has developed and grown with the Audi brand, starting out as a small, fruity driving experience in a stylish package, to now being the supercar killer, 5-cylinder monster they are today.

With every generation of Audi TT, there are a few limited edition versions with various changes over the standard car. We are delighted to have one of these for sale, a genuinely staggering car in the Audi TT Quattro Sport.

In 2005, Audi released this Coupé-only limited edition. Just 1,165 were produced with 900 being sold in the UK. The Audi TT Quattro Sport had increased power and reduced weight from the standard TT, with a noticeable and bold two-tone paint scheme (Phantom Black pearl painted roof, pillars and mirror housings, in combination with Avus Silver and unique 18″ 15-spoke cast aluminium alloy wheels, plus the same body kit as fitted to the TT 3.2 V6. The TT Quattro Sport also featured black exhaust tailpipes and uprated suspension settings and new wheels with a 13mm wider track at the rear for improved handling.

Our example has had further upgrades since the factory specification TT Quattro Sport, with a stage 2 map on the engine, a Miltek exhaust, an N75 turbo boost control valve and a Forge 008p Recirculation valve all increasing the power output to 261 horsepower and 289ft/lb of torque whilst staying within the road legal emissions and noise limitations. In order to control the firepower, this car also has uprated brake discs, pads and brake lines with handling upgrades including dampers, roll-bars, track-rod ends all set up by JC Performance.

So, the big question. How does this car make you feel to drive?

Well to put it quite simply, usually I am not the biggest fan of modified 21st century cars however due to the quality of upgrades used on this TT Quattro Sport both from factory and aftermarket, I found this TT extremely enjoyable on the open road. At cruising speed, the ride is fabulous for a low slung sports car. It is quiet with wonderful supportive seats and aluminium pedals make everyday driving easy in a car such as this. In fact, it blows my mind that a car that can be as docile as this, also has the capability to put the biggest smile on your face when you get out onto an open road.

An uprated 4 paddle friction clutch and dual mass flywheel create an epic feeling when you’re pulling through the gears. The turbo comes on boost at 2,200rpm and keeps pulling all the way through the rev band. I have driven very, very few cars that give the feeling of absolute power, and due to the handling upgrades absolute control and this is one of them.

In some ways, this car reminds me of the original Audi Sport S1 Quattro. The absolute composure of a car that is so confident in its own performance is a wonderful combination for a car. Looking back over the astonishing lists of upgrades on this car, you couldn’t build this car for anything less than £30,000. If you want the best driving first generation Audi TT, a retro classic, you are looking at it right here.