The company showed the last car that came off the assembly line
The Audi TT, introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1995, went on sale three years later as a coupe, followed by a roadster in 1999. After more than 25 years of production and three generations, the last Tourist Trophy rolled off the assembly line. It was assembled at the Audi plant in Győr in Hungary.
From February 18, 1998 to November 10, 2023, Audi assembled a total of 662,762 vehicles. The latest is the TTS coupe with a 2-litre turbocharged petrol engine and Quattro all-wheel drive. In a car world dominated by crossovers and SUVs, some consider it a miracle that the TT managed to survive a quarter of a century.
Audi has been saying goodbye to the popular TT model since the beginning of this year. Back in February, the company announced that the sports car would soon become history. In October, Audi unveiled the latest version of the Audi TT, which will be limited to just 25 cars. Later, the latest special version of the Audi TT Roadster Final Edition was released.
As for the future, the German brand has suggested that the TT could one day return as an electric car, but no decision has been made yet.