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Audi A1 Quattro Review
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Audi A1 Quattro

Audi has officially presented the A1 Quattro and the limited production model will be offered for sale in Britain with the company taking orders in March. Unfortunately, the Audi UK has announced only nineteen units (out of 333 total) will be imported to the UK.

On the exterior styling, available exclusively in a Glacier White metallic with a high-gloss black finish for the roof. The front and rear bumper have been redesigned to be more muscular. Beyond the go, with 18-inch turbine design wheels, huge 12.28-inch disc brakes, tinted rear windows, Quattro badges are everywhere.

The interior of the Audi A1 Quattro has gloss black trim and stainless steel pedals, is dressed in Nappa black leather with contrasting red seams, a flat bottom sports steering wheel, aluminum gear shift lever and pedals, and a revised instrument panel. There’s also LED ambient lighting, rain-sensing wipers, a Bose 14-speaker sound system, automatic climate control, CD changer, MMI navigation, and Bluetooth connectivity are all included.

Power for the Audi A1 Quattro comes from a 2.0 TFSI 4-cylinder direct-injected gasoline engine making 256-hp at 6,000 rpm with a maximum torque of 258 lb-ft between 2,500 and 4,500 rpm. Audi gives a 0 to 62mph (100km/h) sprint time of 5.7 seconds and a top speed of 152mph (245km/h), along with a combined fuel economy of 33.2mpg UK (equal to 8.5 lt/100km or 27.7 US mpg).

Pricing has been set at £41,020 (equal to US$64,600 or €49,500), which makes it £1,000+ more expensive than 340PS (335bhp) RS3 Sportback. Order books officially open in March and deliveries begin in the second half of 2012, stay tuned at Auto Reviews to get the latest update.

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