“For “easier entry and better visibility”
Welcome to a lightly-crossovered Audi A1. Called the 'citycarver'-yep, all lowercase-it's basically a normal A1 with 4cm of extra ground clearance for "easier entry and better visibility." So much for the cool, urban youth-sounds like this thing'
“What’s more premium, really plush leathers and plastics...or lots of tech?”
How much?Thirty grand. Oh, all right: £29,930 (P2 million) as tested.For an Audi A1? Isn't that just a VW Polo with a chainlink-fence face?Plenty of the A1 is pinched straight from VW's less-streetwise supermini.
It's also a lot bigger on the inside
The littlest Audi is bigger than ever. And it's angry. Very angry. We're told those three slits above the colossal grille are a homage to the '84 Sport Quattro-a car with which the A1 shares literally nothing save for
Subtle and fun to drive
Some car brands just attract attention from the mere mention of their names. Take Audi, for example. Whenever someone finds out that the car you're driving has four rings on the grille, they'll say things like 'Wow!' or 'Yaman mo,
It's fun to drive, too
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here. Fun fact: A luxury car doesn't have to attract every eyeball on the road. Take the Audi A1, for instance. It features a
Would you have taken the offer?
At the recent launch party of a new celebrity magazine, PGA Cars announced an incredible promo just for the evening. PGA Cars is the Philippine distributor of Audi, the event sponsor. According to two sources who were at the event, the company
Which one is your favorite?
Tomica may not release new models on a monthly basis like Hot Wheels does, but the Japanese toymaker releases cars that turn out to be popular. Its latest ones are the Porsche Boxster, the Mitsubishi Mirage and the Audi A1.The Boxster
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