Audi has launched a limited edition Audi TT RS Coupe iconic edition, celebrating the car's success story spanning over a quarter of a century. The sports car is performance-focused, and its five-cylinder engine has always been its trademark. The limited-edition model will feature a sleek design with sporty exterior and interior elements. It will be available in only 100 units in Europe, priced at $108,769.

Audi TT RS Coupé Iconic Edition

The Audi TT RS Coupe has been Audi's design icon for almost a quarter of a century. The TT RS Coupe iconic edition is a continuation of the design philosophy, with new innovations that retain the typical TT RS properties: design and dynamics. The Audi TT Coupé was first presented as a sports car study at the IAA in Frankfurt in 1995, and three years later, it went into production almost unchanged. The coupe's minimalist design, based on geometric, circular shapes and inspired by the Bauhaus universal design philosophy of 'less is more,' has made it timeless.

Audi TT RS Coupé Iconic Edition

The Audi TT RS Coupé iconic edition remains true to the design's essence, and the minimalist design extends to the interior, which is still focused on the driver. The RS-specific Nardo Grey finish of the special edition model, named after the legendary Italian race track, Pista di Nardó, ensures an optimal first impression. The special edition car features standard Matrix LED lights, a glossy black grille with a matte black single-frame, and side skirts in glossy black. It also has unique 20-inch glossy black alloy wheels with a seven-arm structure and corresponding black brake calipers.

Audi TT RS Coupé Iconic Edition

The Aerokit, developed in a wind tunnel, enhances the Audi TT RS Coupé iconic edition's dynamic strength. The front apron features side flics, a front splitter, and blades in the side front air intakes, while the fixed carbon rear wing with its side winglets ensures a sporty finish at the rear end. The interior of the car is characterized by exclusivity and attention to detail, with two-tone RS sports seats with fine Nappa side panels in jet grey and center panels in black Alcantara, along with honeycomb stitching in calendula yellow.

The Audi TT RS Coupe Iconic Edition is a limited-edition sports car that blends design and performance with innovative features while retaining the minimalist design philosophy of the TT Coupé. The special edition model is a must-have for Audi enthusiasts and car enthusiasts alike. @via Audi.

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