However, if you canít stretch to the £90+grand (after youíve got a little trigger happy with the options list) and you fancy telling the world that you canít, then maybe you can buy one of these.
If you fancy getting the R8 look for your boggo TT, Yorkshire-based ďtunerĒ Niche will bolt on this look-alike bodykit, lower the suspension and fit some spangly exhaust tips for a mere £7,951(!).
Quattro owners get a bit of a bargain, as the upgrades will only set you back £7,051 on top of your TTís sticker price.
Fret not, those who are reverse gear-challenged, for your parking sensors will work just fine when peeking out through the rear bumper vents.
Niche seems to know that the TT is perhaps for the driver who demands a little more show than go, as performance upgrades will cost you an extra £1,950 for the 2.0-litre and a round £2,500 for the 3.2.
Oh and those wheels will set you back an extra £950 on the 2.0 (the 3.2 price is POA). So a fully optioned TT 3.2 will set you back a shade over 40k. My word.