Audi TT Final Edition debuts in UK with cosmetic upgrades


Audi UK is celebrating 25 years of TT with the TT Final Edition, with RRP starting at £41,910. Audi didn’t disclose how many units the Final Edition is limited to, but the buyers get to choose from the following variants:

Variant RRP
TT Final Edition 40 TFSI coupé £41,910
TT Final Edition 45 TFSI quattro coupé £46,525
TTS Final Edition Coupe £54,685
TT Final Edition 40 TFSI roadster £43,660
TT Final Edition 45 TFSI quattro roadster £48,275
TTS Final Edition roadster £56,435

The cars will be available to order in March, with deliveries commencing in April 2023.

So, what’s all the hoopla? Well, the Final Editions are based on the regular TT and TTS models and not the 2.5L straight-five-powered TT RS. The Final Edition includes the black styling pack that gets you black Audi rings and badging, black mirror caps, black tailpipes and a black fixed rear spoiler. Roadster models also boast rollover bars and a wind diffuser in black.

Privacy glass (coupé only) and red calipers hiding behind 20-inch 5-spoke Y-style matt grey diamond cut alloy wheels round off the exterior upgrade. The TT S Final Editions (featured in the photos here) ride on Audi Sport 7-spoke anthracite black alloys with gloss turned finish. Buyers have the choice between Tango Red, Glacier White and Chronos Grey metallic paint as standard.


Inside, you get an extended leather pack that includes door armrests, door pull handles and the centre console applique finished in leather. You also get an Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel with contrast red stitching and 12 o’clock marker; Alcantara-trimmed seats with contrast red stitching; red piping on the floor mats, and Tango red highlights on the seats, air vents and centre console (coupé only).

The Technology Pack is fitted as standard on TT Final Editions, adding MMI Navigation Plus with MMI Touch and Audi Connect Infotainment Services (36-month subscription), which allows owners to access live information such as local fuel prices and weather forecasts. The Comfort & Sound Pack (TTS only) is another standard upgrade, bringing a Bang & Olufsen audio system, advanced key, reversing camera and a full suite of parking sensors.

No mechanical changes, obviously. Both the TT and TTS are powered by a 2.0L 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine that offers a power output of 145 kW (197 metric hp) and 235 kW (320 metric hp), respectively.

The UK remains one of the largest markets for the TT. In 2022, a total of 2,672 UK sales represented over 33% of global sales for the model.

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