Audi TT Coupe (2014-present): dimensions and boot space

All the dimensions - including width, length, height and boot size - for the Audi TT and TTS Coupe models

Sam Naylor
Jan 31, 2022

The Audi TT Coupe and TTS Coupe are small three-door cars with a stylish body shape and a wide range of engines available. The TTS is the sporty version with a more powerful engine, although it’s hardly any different in terms of dimensions, which is what we’re looking at here.

There’s also the TT RS model, which is even more powerful and sporty, but again it’s not a lot different when it comes to the dimensions. You can find out more about all these models below, and we also have an article covering the convertible ‘Roadster’ models' dimensions as well.

The Audi TT is great for people who want an easy-to-drive daily car that has a stylish exterior design and an upmarket and comfortable interior packed with the latest tech. It’s a great middle ground between a true sports car and a family hatchback, although the rear seats aren’t ideal for family life.

Rivals such as the BMW 2 Series Coupe, Peugeot RCZ and Toyota GT86 aren’t too different - they’re all around the same size - but they offer a different driving experience and varying practicality. Read on to find out more about the Audi TT and TTS.

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Audi TT Coupe dimensions

The TT Coupe is 4.2m long, 1.8m wide and 1.4m tall, so it’s a bit smaller than the BMW 2 Series Coupe. The TTS and TT RS are both slightly longer than the normal TT but this is because of their sporty body kits, so the difference is only a few millimetres. These models have sportier, lower suspension as well, so they're not as tall.

The TT does have rear seats, but like all of its rivals, they’re not ideal for daily use. The seats are small and there’s hardly any legroom and adult passengers will find their head pressed against the tailgate glass. It’s useful to have them, as you can sometimes transport a couple of friends in a pinch, but the TT won’t work well as a family car.

DimensionsLengthWidthHeight
Audi TT Coupe4,191mm1,832mm1,353mm
Audi TTS Coupe4,199mm1,832mm1,343mm
Audi TT RS Coupe4,201mm1,832mm1,344mm

Audi TT Coupe boot space

The TT Coupe is actually pretty practical when it comes to carrying luggage. It has a 305-litre boot, which is actually bigger than the boots of some family hatchbacks. That’s really impressive, and since the boot door opens at the top of the glass, it’s easy to get bigger items in through the hatch. There’s a loading lip to lift over, though.

You can fold down the seats and this opens up a substantial 715 litres of boot space in the standard car, or 712 litres in the TTS and TT RS. This is a useful feature - it means you can carry larger items occasionally, or even keep the rear seats folded for an extra big boot all the time, if you never carry extra passengers.

Boot spaceSeats upSeats down
Audi TT Coupe305 litres715 litres
Audi TTS Coupe305 litres712 litres
Audi TT RS Coupe305 litres712 litres

 

Audi TT Coupe weight

The weight of a car matters a lot. Lighter cars are more efficient, more nimble in corners, faster and wear their brakes and tyres more slowly - all other things being equal. The kerbweight of a car helps us to see how much a car weighs on the road, as it includes fuel and fluids, plus a 75kg driver in some cases.

The TT Coupe is available with four-wheel-drive, which adds to the weight quite a bit where fitted. It means you should avoid 'quattro' (Audi’s name for its four-wheel-drive system) models for the best fuel economy, unless you value the extra traction provided by this setup more. The TT is quite a light car overall, though, so even in four-wheel-drive form, it's lighter than many sports cars.

WeightKerbweight
Audi TT Coupe1,280kg - 1,385kg
Audi TTS Coupe1,420kg
Audi TT RS Coupe1,450kg

 

 

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