Audi TT Final Edition revealed for the UK market

Audi’s iconic TT range will be available in a high-spec Final Edition for its final model year

The Audi TT will enter its final year of production with a new and highly-specified Final Edition trim line unique to the UK market. It’ll be available in both coupe and roadster body styles, and reach customers in April of this year priced from £41,910 for the entry TT, and £54,685 for the TTS.

The Final Edition will be available with both 40TFSI and 45TFSI powertrains, plus the 296bhp TTS, all featuring seven-speed dual-clutch transmissions and the latter two coming as standard with Quattro all-wheel drive. All will only be available in three colour options: Tango Red, Glacier White and Chronos Grey. 

Outside, all variants are visually defined by their standard-fit Black Package which replaces all the silver or grey brightwork and badges for glossy black items, with a stacked rear spoiler replacing the active wing on standard models. Final Edition roadsters add gloss black finishes to the roll-hoops and wind deflector.

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As standard, TT Final Editions feature a set of 20-inch Y-spoke wheels finished in matt grey, or in the case of the TTS, 20-inch diamond-cut rotor design wheels usually reserved for the TTRS.

Inside there are more unique features including a combination of the extended leather package on the console and door cards combined to an Alcantara finish for the steering wheel and seats. All elements feature contrasting red stitching, plus there’s red piping on the floor mats. Coupe models also include the red highlights package, which throws in extra red elements in the air-vents, on the centre console and on the seat mouldings. 

As its name suggests, the new Final Edition will represent the end of the current TT’s production run. And with no plans to directly replace the iconic coupe with a new generation, they will be the last TTs as we know it. The reason that the TT is such an icon is due to what the original did for Audi’s image, particularly in the UK. It was one of the key models that made Audi a leading figure in global car design, and as a result a major player in the premium arena both here in the UK and internationally.

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