Sometimes big things come in small packages. And this goes for the Audi A1. Featuring many of the technologies you’ll find in our larger models, it’s easy to see how the A1 is packed with big ideas.
To keep in touch with the times, motoring has to combine sportiness and efficiency. This is demonstrated once again by the latest generation of TDI and TFSI engines. They deliver a blend of powerful performance on the one hand and excellent fuel economy on the other. This is partly down to the standard start-stop system and recuperation feature. Yet despite being designed for low emissions, the Audi A1 is sporty in every way and certainly doesn’t compromise on driving pleasure.
A 3-spoke multifunction steering wheel gives the A1 a sporty and dynamic look. For comfort and entertainment, air-conditioning, concert radio system and 6.5” retractable MMI screen come as standard. And with a wide choice of interior options from upholstery to colour co-ordinated air vents, you can add your own personal touches to the A1.
The Audi A1 is not easily overlooked. Horizontal lines convey more width. The exterior mirrors are characterised by a new aerodynamic shape. The single-frame grill further emphasises the sharper front, giving the A1 a sharper look that makes even the smallest details great.
The Audi A1 comes packed with a range of intelligent technologies. The optional Audi connect gives you an on-board source of information for traffic, weather and directions. And a range of optional assistance systems, including Audi drive select, which lets you change the A1’s driving characteristics to suit the road conditions or your own preferences, ensure more driving pleasure and safety.
You can personalise your Audi A1 exactly as you please. This is thanks to a variety of equipment and trim features. Give it a distinctly sporty touch or show off the design to even better effect. And in various nuances too. It’s entirely up to you. But whatever you decide, the equipment options turn any drive in your Audi into a very special experience.
Fuel consumption, combined: 4.4–4.3 l/100km; CO2 emissions, combined: 102–98 g/km