The iconic Audi TT and its sibling, the A4 1,9 TDI, have been lauded by the British motoring magazine WhatCar?content here
The iconic Audi TT and its sibling, the A4 1,9 TDI, have been lauded by the British motoring magazine
The TT was recently voted "Car of the Year" for a fifth consecutive time by the magazine and the new Audi A4 1,9 TDI was named "Best Compact Executive Saloon".
Audi’s evergreen designer accessory, which nevertheless has a strong sporting pedigree, is particularly popular in the United Kingdom. Last year, just under 9 000 TT Coupés and Roadsters were sold in Britain - the biggest export market for the sportscar.
said: "The TT is stunning inside and out. The cabin is a work of art with exquisite attention to detail and is just as stunning as its exterior. Many have imitated it, but none has matched its exquisite quality."
The A4 1.9 TDI is an example of the trend towards more economical and therefore tax-saving company cars in the United Kingdom, a market with a high proportion of company cars. WhatCar?: "With its beautiful styling and classy cabin, any executive could be happy to be seen in the A4. We love the way it cossets its occupants. Taking clients out in it will leave them unruffled and impressed."
was established 30 years ago and, with a circulation of just under 150 000, is one of the major British trade magazines.
Original article from Car