Audi Australia announces the TT Final Edition, marking the discontinuation of the TT model after 25 years. This limited edition is based on the Audi TT 45 TFSI quattro and includes additional features and unique styling elements.
Jeff Mannering, Director of Audi Australia, comments on the TT's history, noting its evolution from the 1995 concept car to the latest model. The TT Final Edition is presented with distinct design features and an extended range of equipment compared to the standard TT 45 TFSI quattro.
Offered in four colors, the Final Edition showcases a Singleframe grille, LED headlights, and an S line Competition Plus exterior package. It features 19-inch Audi Sport wheels and an optional upgrade to 20-inch wheels. The car's 2.0-liter TFSI engine produces 180kW and 370Nm of torque, enabling a 0-100km/h time of 5.1 seconds.
The interior of the TT Final Edition reflects the minimalist design of the original TT, incorporating current automotive technologies and enhanced comfort features. It includes a flat-bottomed steering wheel and electric S sport front seats in Nappa leather. Technological features include Audi's virtual cockpit plus and smartphone interface.
The TT Final Edition is equipped with several safety and driver assistance systems, such as Audi attention assist and side assist, along with a parking system that includes a rear-view camera. The original Audi TT, unveiled at the Frankfurt International Motor Show in 1995, transitioned from concept to production in 1998. Over its 25-year production, the TT has seen various iterations, including Coupé, Roadster, and S and RS models.
The TT Final Edition is now available for purchase at Audi dealerships in limited quantities.
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