The Audi TT is no more, with the last ever example of the two-door sports car recently rolling off the production line in Hungary.
Since beginning production in 1998, the nameplate has spanned three generations, of which a total of 662,762 units were made.
In a post on Instagram, Audi marked the end of the TT’s assembly with a small but sweet ceremony with the final car – a TTS coupé finished in Chronos Gray Metallic – being surrounded by a number of its predecessors.
The TTS is of course the second hottest version of the model you can get, equipped with a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine making 235 kW. However, the most powerful TT is the RS variant which features a 2.5-litre five-cylinder under the bonnet producing 294kW.
Various final editions of the model have been revealed since the start of this year, all of which have not been made available to New Zealand customers as the local arm of Audi no longer sells the model here.
We don’t know if the German carmaker will ever bring back the TT, but if it does, there’s no doubt that it will be equipped with a fully electric drivetrain as Audi only plans to release fully electric models from 2026.