After the 2023 model year, Audi will no longer produce the TT, but before it goes out, it’s releasing a special “Final Edition” roadster.
With a Palomino Brown interior and a gray cloth convertible top, the Audi TT Final Edition looks great in Goodwood Green pearl paint.
At its current price of $68,895, only 50 copies of the Final Edition will be imported to the United States.
It’s a shame to see the Audi TT go into retirement after the 2023 model year, but sports vehicles have a short lifespan. After three generations beginning in 1999, Audi has developed a special edition to bid goodbye with the TT. The remaining inventory is presently sitting on dealer lots, waiting to find new homes.
This Is It: The Last-Ever Audi TT
Goodwood Green pearl color, which was available on the first-generation Audi TT, is used for the limited-production Audi TT Final Edition roadster. It goes well with Palomino Brown upholstery, which, just like the original, features baseball stitching in strategic places. Each roadster in the Final Edition contains not only the stunning color scheme seen here, but also a unique collection of materials not seen on any other model.
In addition to the Palomino Brown leather upholstery on the center console and lower sections of the door panels, there are also custom floor mats available. Carbon fiber accents and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and instrument cluster hood complete the inside design.
The forged silver 20-inch wheels on the TT look great with the pearl green exterior and are supported by adjustable dampers. Matte gray embellishments adorn the front and rear bumpers, and they also appear on the bumpers’ side skirts. Raising the roadster’s roof reveals a gray fabric top that really pops.
The Audi TT Final Edition roadster will go on sale in 2023. Unfortunately, just 50 copies are available for the U.S. market at a price of $68,895 apiece.
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