Audi TT Roadster Final Edition Unveiled

Audi has unveiled the Final Edition of the TT Roadster that will bid farewell to the model’s three-generation run that began back in 1999. Limited to just 50 units and only for the United States, the Audi TT Final Edition comes painted in Goodwood Green pearl color, which was previously offered on the first generation model.

It comes with Palomino Brown upholstery with baseball stitching on various surfaces, the same as the original model. Not only does every Final Edition roadster have that stunning color combination, but it also comes with exclusive handpicked stuff not available on other models.

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There are exclusive floor mats for this limited edition model in addition to a leather package that partially covers the center console and door panels in Palomino Brown. Additional cabin embellishments include carbon-fiber trim, and black leather is wrapped over the gauge-cluster hood and steering wheel cover.

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Silver multispoke 20-inch forged wheels with adjustable magnetic dampers complement the pearl green paint job of the Final Edition TT. The side skirts and rear bumper are echoed in the matte gray accents on the front bumper. When the roadster’s roof unfolds, a beautiful gray fabric top is revealed.

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The TT Roadster features a 2.0L four-cylinder turbocharged engine with 228 hp and 350 Nm of torque that comes mated to a 7-speed S-tronic dual-clutch transmission and Quattro all-wheel drive. The TT Roadster can sprint from 0-100 km/h in as little as 5.5 seconds.

Audi TT Final Edition

The model name “TT” is reminiscent of the legendary Tourist Trophy on the Isle of Man – one of the oldest motorsports events in the world where Auto Union brands, NSU and DKW, celebrated great successes with their motorcycles. NSU would later use the TT nomenclature to commemorate the brand’s historic race championship on its sporty small car – the TT Prinz.

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In 1998, Audi debuted its TT Coupe to the world – and followed with a Roadster model just one year later. During these years, Audi released three generation models of TT with the current one debuted almost a decade ago in 2014. Each TT generation featured designs that stood out and technology firsts including – the electronically deployable rear spoiler, Audi virtual cockpit, and the first Audi with available OLED taillights. The Audi TT closes production after the 2023 model, ending a chapter of iconic design for the brand with four rings.

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