I know of the Tamuk... a commerical end run rabbit. Use for breeding but the kits are supposed to be culled for food.
And what other T rabbits.... Then there's the Tan rabbits. Gorgeous rabbits, a running breed. Simply beautiful. Four varieties that originally hailed from England, the breed club tells us that they came stateside in 1936. Tans come in four varieties (colors): black, blue, chocolate and lilac.
The video below shows a couple of the colour variations.
Germany gives us the Thuringer rabbit. A sable rabbit with dark points. This rabbit weighs about nine pounds. A bold muscular rabbit.
There are a couple "teddy" rabbits being developed. The Teddywinder which is a lop eared fuzzy long-haired dwarf rabbit. and the Teddy Dwarf which again is a fuzzy long-haired dwarf rabbit with erect ears and a flat face. They aren't official breeds as far as I can tell. They are mostly being developed in Germany.
The Tronder rabbit, also known as the Norwegian Silver Fox, is a shiny black rabbit with white hairs throughout the coat providing a silvering look. Developed in 1913 in Norway weighing 9 to 13 pounds
Others in this series.