The Volkswagen Eos coupé-cabriolet is no longer on sale in the UK.
VW said it is due to a "rationalisation of the range", with convertible versions of the Beetle and Golf already available.
A total of 20,400 models have been sold since the Eos's launch in 2006, with just 348 being sold in 2014. In the same year 2241 Golf cabriolets were sold, along with 1276 Beetle drop-tops.
Sales figures for the Eos have been in decline since the Golf cabriolet's launch in 2011.
VW first hinted that the Eos could be culled when speaking to Autocar at the Detroit motor show earlier this year.
The Eos was launched in 2006, a time when convertibles with retractable hard-top roofs were popular. However the market has since shifted back towards soft-tops for a combination of style and weight issues, and the Eos was one of few hard-top coupé-cabriolets left on sale.
At the Detroit show VW North America chief Michael Horn revealed that the market for convertibles was diminishing.