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While Audi tried to prepare us with more than a few special editions, we still don't quite feel ready to wave goodbye to the TT. And yet the day has come, with Audi announcing on its German Instagram account that the final example of the sports car has recently rolled off the line at Audi's assembly line in Györ, Hungary.




The original TT was first showcased at the 1995 Frankfurt Motor Show, before hitting the market in coupe form in 1998, with a roadster joining it one year later. During its impressively lengthy 26-year lifespan, the TT would go through a total of three generations, eventually spawning hotter S and RS performance variants to go alongside the existing coupe and roadster.


Fast forward to the end of 2023, and the TT has now officially reached the end of the road, with a total of 662,762 units built since its introduction. The final sports car was a dark gray TTS coupe with a turbocharged 2.0 liter four-cylinder under the hood, equipped with the automaker's Quattro all-wheel drive system.


Interestingly, Audi hasn't yet marked the demise of the sports car with an official press release, as the announcement posted to its German account on Instagram is the only bearer of news for now. Embedded in the post is an image of the final TT accompanied by the original 1995 show car, along with a first-generation roadster with its iconic baseball leather stitching and a pair of second-generation examples to boot.


While it's likely that we'll never see another TT again as we know it, Audi has made some allusions to an all-electric successor. The automaker has also created plenty of TT-derived concepts over the years, including the four-door TT Sportback and SUV-like TT Offroad concepts from 2014.



Do you think the TT will return at some point?

Image Credits: Audi, Audi Deutchland / Instagram
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Audi Builds Its Final TT Sports Car After Just Over 25 Years In Production

The final example, a dark gray TTS coupe, has rolled off the line in Györ, Hungary.

While Audi tried to prepare us with more than a few special editions, we still don't quite feel ready to wave goodbye to the TT. And yet the day has come, with Audi announcing on its German Instagram account that the final example of the sports car has recently rolled off the line at Audi's assembly line in Györ, Hungary.




The original TT was first showcased at the 1995 Frankfurt Motor Show, before hitting the market in coupe form in 1998, with a roadster joining it one year later. During its impressively lengthy 26-year lifespan, the TT would go through a total of three generations, eventually spawning hotter S and RS performance variants to go alongside the existing coupe and roadster.


Fast forward to the end of 2023, and the TT has now officially reached the end of the road, with a total of 662,762 units built since its introduction. The final sports car was a dark gray TTS coupe with a turbocharged 2.0 liter four-cylinder under the hood, equipped with the automaker's Quattro all-wheel drive system.


Interestingly, Audi hasn't yet marked the demise of the sports car with an official press release, as the announcement posted to its German account on Instagram is the only bearer of news for now. Embedded in the post is an image of the final TT accompanied by the original 1995 show car, along with a first-generation roadster with its iconic baseball leather stitching and a pair of second-generation examples to boot.


While it's likely that we'll never see another TT again as we know it, Audi has made some allusions to an all-electric successor. The automaker has also created plenty of TT-derived concepts over the years, including the four-door TT Sportback and SUV-like TT Offroad concepts from 2014.



Do you think the TT will return at some point?

Image Credits: Audi, Audi Deutchland / Instagram

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