Good Bye: Final Audi TT Rolls Off the Production Line

For the past year or so, Audi has been releasing the final versions of its TT sportscar in various global markets. And now after a 25-year career spanning three generations, the very last Audi TT has rolled off the production line in Hungary. Images of the final celebratory unit were posted by Audi on its social handles.

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The original 1995 TT Coupe and TT Roadster concepts, along with two second-generation vehicles, accompanied a flower-decorated third-generation TTS Coupe for the special occasion. According to the inscription on the windshield, 662,762 Audi TTs were made at the Györ facility in Hungary between February 18, 1998, and November 10, 2023.

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The final Audi TTS has dark chrome matte details and is finished in Chronos Gray Metallic. Although the profile is hidden from view, it appears to be a bronze selection specification, which typically includes 20-inch wheels painted in black or matte bronze with matching four-ring designs. The last TTS was powered by a 2.0-liter TFSI four-cylinder engine producing 315 hp. Even though the production of Audit TT has come to an end, it will still be available for purchase as long as the remaining stock lasts.

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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 discontinuation of the Audi TT, regarded as one of the most affordable sports cars in the world, signifies the conclusion of an era of iconic design for the four-ringed German brand.

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