How Does the New Audi TT Compare to its Predecessors?

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Its unique styling has become its trademark.

We’ve always appreciated the Audi TT for a number of reasons, the main one being its distinctive styling. There’s simply nothing else quite like it. From the moment it debuted back in 1998 it was something special. It may not have the handling abilities of its Porsche Boxster/Cayman rivals, or the affordability of the Mazda MX-5, but it’s still an extremely well-engineered two seat coupe or roadster that’s fun to drive.

And now that the third-generation TT has just debuted, we thought it’d be cool to take a visual look back and compare old to new. It still has that unmistakable design, and many have pointed out that perhaps Audi hasn’t done enough to evolve the look. Then again, others want the TT to look like a TT. Check out the gallery ahead and see the life of the Audi TT from the beginning until today.

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