Audi S1 Sportback Quattro shows new angles ahead of its official debut

Article by Christian A., on February 11, 2014

Earlier today, we revealed you the first photo with the Audi S1 Sportback Quattro, but now several new photos emerged on the Web so we decided to show you folks everything. Set to make its online debut tomorrow and the world debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, the Audi S1 Sportback Quattro looks just like a pocket rocket and we guess that it will be the perfect rival to the upcoming MINI John Cooper works (JCW).

According to the first info, the S1 Sportback Quattro will use a 2.0-liter turbocharged petrol engine, which will generate around 220 hp and deliver all that power using a six-speed manual gearbox to all four wheels using the Quattro all-wheel driver system.

The S1 Sportback Quattro will also be available with a S Tronic automatic transmission and is expected to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 7 seconds.

Regarding the design, the S1 Sportback Quattro looks aggressive and comes with a new bodykit which includes a new front bumper with large air intakes as well as a sporty grille wearing the ‘S1’ badge.

Moreover, we find new side sills, the Quattro logo on the rear doors, a two-piece rear roof spoiler, black area under the taillights just like the one seen on the A1 Quattro limited model, a new rear bumper with integrated air diffuser and a four-pipe exhaust system.

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