Audi says goodbye to the Audi TT in Great Britain with a special model. At the same time, the Final Edition marks the 25th birthday of the TT.
Even if you don't have it on the screen, Great Britain is probably the most important market in the world for the Audi TT. For 2022, the British reported 2,672 sales and thus over 33 percent of the global sales volume.
Accordingly, Audi says goodbye in the kingdom with a final special model. The Audi TT Final Edition will be available from March 2023. The Final Edition is packaged as the TT 40 TFSI, the TT 45 TFSI and the TTS version. All versions are also presented as roadsters and coupés. Delivery will start in April 2023.
Black accents on the outside
The Final Edition features a black styling package with black Audi rings and emblems, black exterior mirror housings, black tailpipes and a fixed rear spoiler that is also black. Roadster models also benefit from black roll bars and wind diffuser. Tinted windows (coupe only) and red brake calipers housed behind 20-inch 5-spoke Y-style diamond-cut matte gray alloy wheels complete the exterior upgrade. The TTS versions of the Final Edition are distinguished from the normal TT variants by anthracite-black seven-spoke rims in rotor design with a high-sheen finish from the Audi Sport range. Irrespective of the engine, TT customers can choose between the metallic paint finishes tango red, glacier white and chronos gray.
Red elements inside
The interior has also been upgraded for the grand finale. The armrests in the doors, the door pull handles and the decorative elements of the center console are completely covered with animal skin as part of the extended leather package. The Alcantara steering wheel of the Final Edition shines with red stitching and the 12 o'clock marking. Red elements can also be found in the form of inserts and decorative stitching on the Alcantara-covered seats, the air vents and the center console (Coupé only). The red program is rounded off by appropriately bordered special floor mats.
The basic equipment is also refilled. MMI Navigation Plus with MMI Touch and Audi Connect Infotainment Services for 36 months is always on board the Final Edition models. TTS buyers can also look forward to the comfort & sound package, which, in addition to a Bang & Olufsen sound system, also includes a reversing camera, parking sensors and a keyless go system with extended functionality.
And because the TT is heading towards the end of production after 25 years, Audi UK has also thinned out the range of models - out of eleven, only six variants remain.
From the TT RS Coupé Iconic Edition, limited to 100 units, which Audi had already presented as a farewell model for the world market, eleven models went to the island and are already firmly assigned. Prices for the Final Edition now presented start at around 47,100 euros for the Coupé and 49,100 euros for the Roadster. Audi does not name a limitation.
Audi bids farewell to the TT in Great Britain with a Final Edition. However, the attached pictures show a left-hand drive vehicle. Nevertheless, Audi asserts on request that this special model is intended exclusively for the British market.