With the death of the TT confirmed, its new final edition plays a final swansong for the combustion-powered sports coupe
Audi UK has announced the ‘final edition’ for its TT sports car as the model begins its transition to electrification.
The final edition of the TT will be offered for the base TT along with the TTS, while the TT RS has already gained its ‘iconic edition’.
However, reports from overseas titles such as AutoExpress have speculated that the next TT could be reimagined as a sporty crossover-type vehicle, rather than a two door sports coupe.
A replacement is not expected to launch until at least 2024 or 2025.
Chasing Cars has reached out to Audi Australia for comment as to whether final edition TTs will be sold locally. We will update the story accordingly if we receive a response.
The Audi TT final editions will be highly specified versions of the current TT 45 and TTS.
You’ll be able to spot a final edition TT thanks to an exterior black package that includes black mirror caps, tailpipes, rear spoiler and badging.
On the base TT, 20-inch five spoke alloy wheels will cover red brake callipers, while the TTS gains 20-inch seven-spoke black alloy wheels.
Inside, there has been an even greater focus on leather appointed trim, including on the doors, door handles and centre console trim.
An Alcantara steering wheel is also standard which features a red stitching and a 12 o’clock centre red marker. Alcantara also finds its way on the seat trim.
All TT final editions also include Audi’s technology pack which includes navigation plus and Audi’s connected infotainment services. The TTS gains a comfort and sound pack including a Bang & Olufsen sound system, a reversing camera and a full suite of parking sensors.
All prices listed are before on-road costs.
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