Audi A1 Review , specifications, and price

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Audi would have needed help from its sister brands to make an S1 possible, so Volkswagen and SEAT skipped a possible Polo R and Cupra Ibiza.

 But Audi told us that the top-of-the-line Audi A1, which no longer had S1 badges, wouldn't let us down.

The S1 had a 228-hp turbo four that sent power to all four wheels through a six-speed manual transmission.

 The Audi A1 40 TFSI, on the other hand, has a 197-hp 2.0-liter inline-four engine paired with a six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

 The "40" in the name comes from Audi's new naming scheme, which is based on output and goes from 30 to 70. 

Within that system, a car with a "40" means it has between 167 and 201 horsepower. Don't think too much about it.

Just remember that a 40 is better than a 35 and a 25 is a lot better. From behind the wheel, the new A1 doesn't feel like it has less power than the old one.

The new car is smaller and lighter, so when the turbo starts giving boost, it moves forward quickly. It takes about 6.2 seconds to go from 0 to 60 mph,

and on the empty autobahn of the COVID era, we were able to prove that the car can reach its top speed of 146 mph.

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