Audi A1 2014 Changes on Facelift

Saturday, 26 October 2013, 12:42 | Audi | 0 Comment | Read 229 Times
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Here we’ve the same first spy shots from the new Audi A1 2014/S1 Facelift. The prototype remains heavily disguised, revealing new bumpers, new front grille, new linear headlights similar towards the new A3. The rear lights style has not modified, however as you are able to begin to see the braking lights are currently linear and there will be currently indicators.

2014 Audi A1 Unharness Date
At the same time a few rumors told which Audi A1 2014 unharness day can have late in 2012. You will get in bit along with certified traders from the Audi to discover out more the Audi A1 2014 worth. There isn’t any goal why you need to be eventually missed when one thinks of the high-class and relaxation which comes along with Audi vehicles. This car is created in a manner that they’re going to give you even greater than you predicted. We promise that many of us can update soon when Audi announces Audi A1 2014 unharness day.

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Release Date and Price
Meanwhile some rumors told that Audi A1 2014 release date will be in late this year. You can get in touch with certified traders of the Audi to discover out more about the Audi A1 2014 price. There is no purpose why you should be eventually missed when it comes to the high-class and relaxation that comes with Audi vehicles. This car is made in a way that they will provide you even more than you predicted. We promise that we will update soon after Audi announces Audi A1 2014 release date.

The S1 prototype you see here is wearing the facelifted A1’s clothes. If you look closely, the headlights are shaped similar to those on the latest A3. We know this is the S1 variant due to the quad-exhaust tips at the rear and large alloy wheels.

While it won’t be as extreme as the A1 Quattro, it won’t be as severely limited in production, either. It’s likely to pack more than 200 horsepower from a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, a detuned version of the A1 Quattro’s powerplant. That should yield 0-60 mph times in the six-second range and a top speed around 140 mph. We also expect the S1 to get quattro all-wheel drive, its own S-line trim and appearance enhancements, and a sport-tuned suspension.

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