New Audi TT Final-Edition marks the end of the iconic sportscar

After 25 years of production, Audi says goodbye to the TT

Audi are set to release the Final Edition of its iconic compact sportscar that has been on roads since 1998.

The Final Edition comes with the black styling pack as standard. This adds a gloss black to the Audi badge, door mirrors, rear spoilers and tailpipes. The coupés are equipped with privacy glass. The TT Final Edition Roadster features black rollover hoops and a black wind diffuser.

The wheels come in the form of 20 inch, 7 spoke, Anthracite Black alloys with red brake calipers. The TT Final Edition comes in three colours as standard: Chronos Grey, Tango Red and Glacier White.

The interior of the Final Edition is fitted with Audi's Extended Leather Pack, which adds a leather finish to the armrests, centre console, and door handles. The steering wheel is upholstered in Alcantara leather and red stitching, which is also found on the seats and floor mats.

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The Comfort Pack adds Bang & Olfsen Premium audio system, front and rear sensors, keyless entry and a reversing camera.

The Technology Pack is included as standard which adds MMI Navigation Plus system with Audi connect infotainment.

The Audi TT Final Edition will go on sale in April and prices will start at £41,910 for the 40 TFSI coupé, £46,525 for the 45 TFSI quattro coupé, and £54,685 for the TTS Coupé.

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