Now into its third generation, the Audi TT’s unmistakable looks have helped make it one of the UK’s most popular sports cars. 

Available as either a 2+2 coupe or a two-seater roadster, regular facelifts have kept this model feeling as fresh as it did when it was unveiled over two decades ago.

Red Audi TT on the road

3 facts about the Audi TT

  • The first Audi TT’s were available to buy in 1998, with the coupe variant coming first and the roadster a year later.
  • The latest generation of the TT arrived in 2014, with the option of front wheel drive or the company’s famous quattro all-wheel drive system to choose from.
  • The interior of the latest TT is celebrated for its HVAC design, which means temperature and airflow controls are embedded into the air-vents themselves.
White car cut out

Did you know?

The model’s TT name is intended as a nod to Audi’s (then NSU) tradition of success in the annual Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) motorbike race.

Audi TT steering wheel

Looking for insurance?

At Ageas, we’ve been keeping people protected on UK roads for decades, and plenty of Audi drivers have chosen us for their car insurance. 

We take pride in putting our customers first by providing comprehensive cover that is packed with benefits, including a courtesy car provided as standard, keeping you on the road while your car is being repaired by our approved repairer.*

Start your car insurance quote

Start a car insurance quote with Ageas today and see how we can help with your Audi TT insurance.

Insurance groups and tax bands for Audi TT

In order to calculate a price for your policy, insurers assess the information you provide and use this to determine your level of risk. Factors such as your age and where you live are likely to play a part in this, while the insurance group of the car you drive could also be considered by some providers. Insurer groups are bandings running from 1-50 that reflect the costs associated with a given model of car, with those in higher bands often being more expensive to cover. 

Your Vehicle Excise Duty (VED), also known as road tax, is also calculated based on a banding system which takes into account the CO2 emissions of your car’s model. 

Tax bands and insurance groupings for some variants of the Audi TT include:

Model Insurance Group Tax Band
Audi II Coupe 1.8T FSIS Line 2a 33 H
Audi A1 Hatchback 1.6 TDI Competition Line 3d 35 H
Audi A1 Hatchback 2.0 TDI Amplified Edition 3d 36 H
Audi A1 Hatchback 1.4 TFSI S Line 3d S Tronic 37 H
Audi A1 Sportback Technik 25 TFSI 95PS 5d 40 H
Audi A1 Sportback Sport 30 TFSI 116PS 5d 42 I
Audi A1 Sportback S Line Style Edition 35 TFSI 150PS 5d 43 J
Audi A1 Sportback S Line 40 TFSI 200PS S Tronic auto 5d 45


At Ageas, we hope to provide car insurance for as many customers as possible. But we can’t guarantee to cover every type of car, and this could include some versions of the Audi TT.
 

We will determine if we can provide you with a quote based on a number of factors that include your car and your personal circumstances.

*Excludes cars written off or declared a total loss.