That’s it, folks, the Audi TT is gone, vanquished by time… and ever-decreasing sales. The Audi TT’s time has come and gone after 25 years, but Audi’s accountants couldn’t justify propping up production and sales as demand declined to pin-head sized proportions. So Audi UK decided to give the TT an epic, marketing-contrived, send-off. Let’s not get too sentimental about the Audi TT Final Edition because prices start at £41,000 for the entry spec Final Edition 40 TFSI coupé and rise to £56K for the Final Edition 40 TFSI coupé. Nevertheless, the TT Final Edition is available as a coupé or roadster and also offered to customers as a high-performance TTS. First customer deliveries are due in April.
The Audi TT Final Edition sits towards the top of the TT’s specification range, is highly specified and features exclusive design touches and an increased level of standard equipment.
The Final Edition is marked out by the black styling pack with black Audi rings and badging, black door mirrors, black tailpipes and a fixed rear spoiler also finished in black. Roadster models also benefit from rollover bars and wind diffusers finished in black.
Privacy glass (coupé only) and red brake calipers housed behind 20-inch 5-spoke Y-style, matt grey diamond cut alloy wheels complete the exterior upgrade. TT S Final Editions ride on Audi Sport 7-spoke rotor, anthracite black alloys with gloss turned finish. Buyers have the choice between Tango Red, Glacier White and Chronos Grey metallic paint as standard.
Inside, a wealth of additional comfort and convenience features bring the driver-focussed cabin of the TT Final Edition to new levels. Audi’s Technology Pack is fitted as standard on TT Final Editions.
The Comfort & Sound Pack (TTS only) is a further standard upgrade, bringing a Bang & Olufsen sound system, advanced key, reversing camera and a full suite of parking sensors.