2013 Audi A1 quattro Review
2013 Audi A1 quattro
2013 Audi A1 quattro comes with the crown of the A1-style series that has been successful from the TOF model of the line exclusive. Audi A1 quattro has the concept of a dynamic and efficient. Engine performance without compromise would provide a different driving experience and exceptional. Audi A1 quattro will be available on the market in the second half of 2012.
Audi A1 quattro Interior
The black color cool and sporty dominate interior of the Audi A1 quattro. Seats and armrests in the door covered in Silk Nappa leather with contrasting red stitching. S sport seats in front have been pronounced bolsters, integrated head restraints and quattro badge on the back cover. The chair features a multi-way adjustment. The bottom of the center console shine in the high-gloss black; cap footrests and pedals made of brushed stainless steel. Red stitching frame mats and door sill trims bear the badge A1. Advanced features and modern also spread on the interior 2013 Audi A1 quattro. including xenon plus headlights, high-beam assistant, adaptive brake lights, LED interior lighting package, light and rain sensors, auto dimming interior mirror, rear parking system, automatic air conditioning, alarm system, storage package, convenience keys and cruise control.
2013 Audi A1 quattro Interior
2013 Audi A1 quattro Seat
Audi A1 quattro Body Design
Audi A1 quattro is available in Glacier White metallic, and its roof is painted glossy black. Muscular front bumper, grille frames and lattice single-frame high-gloss black. Curved bar on the lights – the wings – red. Lattice, arch roof and the rear badge quattro sport hatch. Colored LED taillights, rear bumper with the typical look of an Audi.
2013 Audi A1 quattro Front View
2013 Audi A1 quattro Side View
2013 Audi A1 quattro Rear View
Audi A1 quattro Performance
Audi A1 quattro is powered by a 2.0 TFSI engine. The 1984 cc, four-cylinder gasoline engine combines direct injection with turbocharging. 2013 Audi A1 quattro is expected to consume on average by less than 8.5 liters of fuel per 100 km (27.67 U.S. mpg). But he did as a top-notch sports car: The standard run takes only 5.7 seconds and top speed of 245 km / h (152.24 mph).