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Audi's U.S. arm told us last night they want to bring the next-generation A1 stateside, as well as a sedan version of the wagon-only A3. Why next-gen? So U.S. crash standards can be baked in, along with alternative power sources.
As expected, Audi's unveiled a 185 HP 1.4-liter TFSI high-powered A1. But, apparently, likely because there's only way steak is done, it'll retain the A1 moniker rather than snag the "S" from the rest of the up-powered quad-ringed lineup.
The Mini-fighting Audi A1 can't fight much with its 122 hp engine. The new S1 should fix that with a 200 hp 1.4-liter TSI four-cylinder engine and, more intriguingly, a possible rear-biased Quattro setup. [TopSpeed]
This Audi A1 flipped over while climbing a halfpipe during a public marketing stunt at Cinqunantenaire Park in Brussels last week. Audi attempted to suppress photos of the incident, but here's the hilarious aftermath.
Despite being the tiniest car in the Auto Union lineup, the Audi A1 still has those signature LED eyes, wind-sucking grille and R8-esque silver-rimmed greenhouse. However, unlike an R8, the MINI-fighter's top-end engine ekes out a meager 122 HP.
The Audi A1 hasn't officially debuted, but an undisguised version was seen with Audi's new pal Justin Timberlake showing off its R8-like contrast and trademark Audi eyes. Don't tell Jessica Biel. [AudiDriven]
The Audi A1 is the next big little thing from the automaker one-ring-short-of-an-olympics and, after years of concepts, the production version will finally drop cloth at the Geneva Motor Show. In the meantime, here's one more tease.