The Audi S1 can be seen at the Nürburgring

During these days a small Audi A1 anabolic apparently was last seen rolling on the Nürburgring. While Audi has presented us with prices of the new Audi RS4 with 450 horses and 85,800 euros has left us with the first diesel Audi S, Audi SQ5, it seems that in Ingolstadt are preparing a forthcoming sporty versions of the Audi A1 as taking starting point.

An A1 which sports a nice behind a row of leaks that could be forward to all points which is the Audi S1. Without any camouflage but with few details that allow us to know more about this model, beyond the exhaust system, this assumption has been parading S1 Nürburgring what hide under the hood?

So far, the most performance based catalog of small family is the building block 4-cylinder 1.4-liter TFSI 185 hp of remarkable change associated with S Tronic, which is a ceiling quite important considering it is not of a specific sport version of the concept and dimensions of the A1.

On the other hand, we also find the Audi A1 quattro, the most radical version of the A1 hastala date. With a price of 53,600 euros and limited to 333 units, has 256 horsepower and 350 Nm of torque delivered to all four wheels, also having an XDS limited slip differential. No doubt an object of desire in the form of A1 apparently radicalized and established that the A1 could be more powerful.

If the Audi A1 has been caught prowling at the Nürburgring is the S1, it is anticipated that we would find a model situated between the A1 and the 1.4 TFSI 185 hp and the Audi quattro to 256 horses, it is speculated that a power between 200 and 220 horses, extracted from the supercharged 2.0, possibly also with quattro and a long-awaited overhaul of suspensions and S to the outside package.

Few details have come so far on the possible release, but seeing the back of the test mule that was photographed at the Nürburgring no doubt that these four exhaust outlets can only hide a pleasant surprise on arrival.

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