The A3 Cabriolet Sport Final Edition is based on the outgoing mid-range Sport trim level, which already includes 17-inch alloys, sports suspension, climate control, and an iPod-compatible stereo as standard.
The Sport Final Edition model adds leather upholstery, instead of the current Sport model’s cloth trim, and heated front seats, rear parking sensors, automatic headlights and wipers, cruise control and Bluetooth.
The top-spec A3 Cabriolet S line Final Edition model features a different 18-inch alloy wheel design, full leather upholstery in place of the part-leather trim of the outgoing model, xenon headlights, DVD-based sat-nav and a BOSE sound system.
The entry-level Audi A3 Cabriolet is still available, priced from £21, 435. The A3 Cabriolet Sport Final Edition costs £2,340 more, starting at £23,775, but Audi claims that the Sport Final Edition would cost a further £1,605 if you added the extra equipment individually.
The S line Final Edition starts from £26,210, which is an additional £2,435 over the new Sport Final Edition model. However, Audi claims that the extra kit on the Final Edition car saves £3,640 compared with choosing the additional equipment separately.
Engine options for the standard A3 Cabriolet Final Edition models include 104bhp 1.2-litre, 158bhp 1.8-litre and 197bhp 2.0-litre petrol engines, and 104bhp 1.6-litre and 138bhp 2.0-litre diesels.