Test Drive: 2008 Audi TT Coupe 3.2 Quattro - Comfort Despite the TT's adjustable suspension, it's a good bet that typical TT buyers looking for a stylish boulevard cruiser will find even the Standard mode too jarring. Coupled with its short wheelbase and low-profile tires, the TT tends to disagree with freeway expansion joints and rough roads in general. It's friendlier than sports cars like the Porsche Cayman, but those looking for a smoother highway ride will want to look elsewhere (or at least skip the 18-inch wheels). Inside, the Audi TT coupe provides surprisingly commodious accommodations...for two people. Front legroom is vast, while headroom is downright stunning considering the car's low-slung roof line. Our tallest editors fit with room to spare and all were able to achieve a comfortable driving position. The dead pedal is placed too far outboard, however. The 10-way power sport seats were not only supportive during our handling runs, they proved to be endlessly comfortable over several lengthy trips.