Published on February 27th, 2023 | by Sounder Rajen0
Iconic Audi TT Reaches The End Of Its Road After 25 Years
The limited edition Audi TT Final Edition will be the last of this car
Well, it has been a great run for the Audi TT but just like with many other cars, the coupe has reached the end of its road. Since 1998, this car has been putting smiles on the faces of many enthusiasts but alas, the German brand has announced the Audi TT Final Edition which will be the last version of this car we will ever see.
Priced from £41,910 (about RM224,021) for the coupe and £43,660 (roughly RM233,375) for the drop-top roadster, the Audi TT Final Edition will go on sale in March in the UK with deliveries set to begin some time in April. The car will serve as the last petrol model of the Audi TT before it is replaced by an electric version.
Moreover, all Audi TT Final Edition models gain a black styling pack that adds a gloss black finish to the Audi badge, door mirrors, rear spoiler and tailpipes as standard. Coupe variants are also equipped with privacy glass as well as 20 inch alloy wheels and red brake callipers as well.
Of course being an Audi, the TT Final Edition also can be had in a sportier TTS Final Version guise which features unique seven-spoke Anthracite Black alloy wheels as well as three unique exterior paint colours available as standard which are Chronos Grey, Tango Red and Glacier White.
As for the interior, the Audi TT Final Edition is fitted with the “Extended Leather Pack,” and “Comfort Pack,” featuring a leather finish to the door pull handles, door armrests and centre console as well as adds a Bang & Olufsen premium audio system, a reversing camera, front and rear parking sensors and keyless entry respectively.
Red stitching improves the look of the steering wheel and seats, which are both upholstered in Alcantara. Red inserts have also been added to the seats, air vents and, on coupe models, the centre console too. This addition of red elements is done tastefully and is not gaudy or overdone so kudos to Audi for staying grounded.
On top of that, the German carmaker is also including the “technology Pack” as standard as this pack is one of the most essential and most added packages in any Audi and in the Audi TT Final Edition, this package includes the MMI Navigation Plus system as well as the Audi Connect infotainment services.
What’s more, Audi also announced that the range-topping performance variant, the Audi TT RS, would receive its own final version model, the Audi TT Iconic Edition, which will have 395bhp and about 480Nm of torque with a £87,650 (approximately RM468,653) price tag. That car is limited to just 100 units in Europe, with 11 coming to the UK.
So what do you guys think of the new Audi TT Final Edition? Are you sad to see it go too or are you excited to see its electric replacement?