Audi Says Goodbye To The TT With Final Edition Models

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Sadly, they're for the UK only.

The Audi TT is being discontinued after a 25-year production run, and the German automaker is marking the occasion with the TT Final Edition (pictured below), though it's for the UK market only. There are no plans to bring it stateside.

The TT was first shown to the world at the 1995 Frankfurt Motor Show as a prototype study. Overwhelmingly positive reactions from the media and public resulted in the production-spec version that came with only minor cosmetic changes. The Peter Schreyer-penned Mk1 TT's design remains one of the most special and influential of all time.

"Few models have lasted the test of time as well as the Audi TT," said Andrew Doyle, director at Audi UK. "The crisp, Bauhaus-inspired lines of the sports coupe look as fresh today as they did back in 1998, and to mark the model's incredible success here in the UK, our Final Edition combines everything our customers love about this iconic model."


The Mk2 launched for the 2006 model year and the Mk3 arrived for 2014. The latter two generations have seen several special editions, along with the hardcore (and seriously pricey) TT RS, which was discontinued in 2021. All three generations also had a roadster body style variant. As for the TT Final Edition, it will be available as a coupe or roadster as well as the higher-performance TTS.

Audi gave some cool enhancements like the black styling pack, which includes lots of black trim found on the brand's four-ring emblem, door mirrors, tailpipes, and a fixed rear spoiler. The roadster receives black rollover bars and a wind diffuser. Coupe owners will get privacy glass. Other exterior bits include red brake calipers, 20-inch five-spoke Y-style wheels, and matte grey diamond cut alloys. The TTS is differentiated by an Audi Sport seven-spoke rotor and anthracite black alloys.

Exterior paint colors for all Final Editions are limited to Tango Red, Glacier White, and Chronos Grey metallic.

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The interior is marked with leather-finished armrests, door pull handles, and center console trim. The Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel has red stitching and 12 o'clock marker. Drivers and passengers will enjoy additional Alcantara trim on the seats, also with red stitching, and tango red inserts for the seats, air vents, and the center console, though the latter is coupe-only.

The Audi Technology Pack, consisting of MMI Navigation Plus and MMI Touch, is also standard fare, as is a 36-month subscription to Audi Connect Infotainment Services. The TTS receives a Bang & Olufsen audio system and a suite of parking sensors.

Pricing begins £41,910 (around $55,335 at current exchange rates) for the TT Final Edition Coupe, while the TTS Final Edition costs £54,685 ($65,678) while the roadster versions can be had from £43,660 ($52,437) and £56,435 ($67,780), respectively. Sales will get underway next month, and deliveries will begin in April.

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