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Snip, snip, “Going anywhere nice on holiday?” Oh, stop that now: this is a serious sports car – at least that’s what Audi says. And you know what? They’re right, at least up to a point, although this TT has had a bit taken off the top. Always pretty, the TT has never had a huge amount of praise heaped on it for how it drives. How it looks, yes; how it feels inside, absolutely; but never really how it drives. The new one is a bit different, though, even here in Roadster guise – there’s even talk of “controlled drifting” in the press bumf. An appointment for a track day, then? We’d not go that far, but the TT has certainly got more substance to back up its obvious style. The Roadster only adds to those good looks, without, it seems, detracting from the driving experience. It rained all the time we were in it – end-of-the-world type precipitation. So aside from a quick button press in a lengthy tunnel to check it all works – doing no more than 31mph – the hood stayed resolutely closed. Which one, though?