Celebrating the TT’s 25th anniversary, Audi has whipped the wraps off the Final Edition. “Few models have lasted the test of time as well as the Audi TT,” said Andrew Doyle, Director of Audi UK. “The crisp, Bauhaus-inspired lines of the sports coupé look as fresh today as they did back in 1998.”

Final Edition

Designed to sit towards the top of the TT’s specification range, the “highly-specified” Final Edition features “exclusive” design elements. These styling touches include several black-finished items, such as the badging, door mirrors, tailpipes and fixed rear spoiler. The roadster variants’ rollover bars and wind diffuser are also finished in this hue. The TT Final Edition’s 20-inch, matte grey alloy wheels house red brake callipers.

The driver-focused cabin features swathes of leather for the door armrests, handles, and centre console. The steering wheel is trimmed in Alcantara. The tiller also features red contrast stitching and — unique to the Final Edition — a marker at the top. Tango red inserts can be found on the Alcantara-trimmed seats, air vents and centre console of the coupé derivative.

Audi’s MMI Navigation Plus with MMI Touch and Audi Connect infotainment is also present. The German marque’s Comfort & Sound package — available on the TTS — features a Bang & Olufson sound system, reverse-view camera system and parking sensors.

As a reminder, in 2022, Audi revealed another special-edition TT, the TT RS Coupé iconic edition. This model was limited to only 100 examples across Europe.