How many Audi TTs were made?

I know it’s not the sportiest of sports cars, but I just love the sleek look of the Audi TT. I recently heard it’s on a lot of enthusiasts’ lists as a future classic, too, so I was wondering just how rare they are. How many were made?

Sarah Gray · Answered on Jan 09, 2023
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
We assume you’re talking about the Audi TT Mk1, which ended production in 2005. This model actually sold quite well, and upwards of 275,000 were produced globally over eight years. Whether it’s a future classic, though, is kind of up in the air.
If there’s a TT that’s truly bound for the collector’s books, it’s the 2005 TT Quattro Sport. This limited edition only included about 800 to 1,000 units. A key selling factor for the TT Quattro Sport—aside from its rarity—is its power and agility.
The first-gen TT wasn’t a weakling, but the 240-horsepower 1.8-liter turbocharged V6 in the limited edition could certainly take it to school. Plus the 2005 limited edition TT featured:
  • Lower gross weight
  • Wider rear wheels
  • Re-engineered suspension
If you’re looking to add a TT to your collection, now would be the time to do it, as prices haven’t skyrocketed—yet.
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