Audi UK has today unveiled the TT Final Edition which will be the last of the model, marking an end to the two-door sportscar’s 25 year production run.
The German manufacturer first introduced the model to the world in 1995 at the Frankfurt Motor Show in the form of a prototype study. Just three years later, out popped the production model with only slight cosmetic changes from the prototype.
As for the swansong model, it will be offered as a TT and hotter TT S variant with both featuring a range of exclusive design elements like the black styling pack which blacks out the Audi rings and badging, wing mirrors, tailpipes, and rear spoiler.
Both Final Editions will also be sold in coupe and roadster body styles with the latter receiving blacked out rollover bars and a black rear wind diffuser.
Other exterior enhancements include privacy glass on the coupe only, red brake calipers and 20-inch five-spoke alloy wheels finished in matt grey with a diamond cut face. Opting for the TT S Final Edition will earn you Audi’s black seven-spoke alloy wheels.
Three metallic paint colours are available to choose from including Tango Red, Glacier White and Chronos Grey.
Audi has trimmed the Final Edition’s interior in its extended leather pack which clads the door armrests, door pull handles and centre console in the material. The Alcantara steering wheel features red stitching and a 12 o’clock marker unique to the model along with red seat inserts, air vents and centre console (coupe only).
All TT Final Editions will get the technology pack which adds more navigation features to the multi-media interface as well as Audi Connect Infotainment Services that provides access to live information such as local fuel prices and the weather forecast.
The comfort and sound pack has been added too, fitting the model with a Bang & Olufsen stereo system, reversing camera, and parking sensors.
Prices for the Audi TT Final Edition in the UK start at £41,910 ($NZ80,320) and range all the way up to £56,435 ($NZ108,115). However, it’s likely we won’t see the model on our roads considering Audi New Zealand no longer sells the TT.