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RENDERS 2018 Audi A1 (gen II)

Discussion in 'A1/S1' started by tristatez28lt1, Jul 25, 2016.

  1. tristatez28lt1

    tristatez28lt1 Well-Known Member

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    • tristatez28lt1

      tristatez28lt1 Well-Known Member

      AMuS render:
      More lifestyle small car (attacking Mini) so the price will increase.

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      • tristatez28lt1

        tristatez28lt1 Well-Known Member

        http://www.autoevolution.com/news/n...8-with-new-platform-and-more-tech-110527.html

        Audi’s smallest model, the A1, has last been refreshed in late 2014. Since then, the company has been working on its successor.
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        The next Audi A1 is expected to come to market in 2018, and it is scheduled to receive the MQB A0 platform. As we have previously explained, this platform will first come to the 2017 Volkswagen Polo, but company insiders claim that the Audi A1 will also get the MQB A0 makeover.

        The next generation of Audi’s smallest model will be built at the Seat factory in Martorell, Spain. The same facility will also produce the 2017 Volkswagen Polo, as well as the equivalent Seat Ibiza, Auto Express notes.

        Since the A1 will share the production line with the two models, and the German supermini already shares the ongoing VW Polo platform, it would make sense that the second generation of the A1 will follow its footsteps.

        The new technical platform will bring a range of new engines for the upcoming A1, including the Volkswagen Group’s latest 1.5-liter mill, which will be offered in both gasoline and diesel versions.

        As with the 2017 Volkswagen Polo, the entry-level in the range will be fitted with a 1.0-liter engine, but Audi will only use the turbocharged versions of the engine because it is the premium division of the German corporation.

        The MQB A0 platform will bring a larger wheelbase for the A1, which will bring it closer to the A3 regarding size. Some rumors suggest the potential of a smaller Audi model in the pipeline, but his model has yet to be confirmed by Audi representatives. Meanwhile, the upcoming A1 will get a more roomy interior.

        Once inside, occupants will be able to enjoy the Audi virtual cockpit, first introduced on the TT, as well as an improved MMI interface. Driver assistance systems will be enhanced, while the materials found onboard will also be upgraded.

        The same company insider claims that Audi is planning the next generation of the performance-oriented S1 model, but the long-expected RS1 remains a rumor.

        Read more: http://www.autoevolution.com/news/n...tform-and-more-tech-110527.html#ixzz4I9OPc93a
         
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        • rs271

          rs271 Well-Known Member Contributing Member

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          • domleo999

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          • Monster

            Monster Global Moderator Staff Member

            So the next A1 is going to look the same as the current one.
             
          • tristatez28lt1

            tristatez28lt1 Well-Known Member

            Autobild reports that the 1.8l turbo will be replaced with a 2.0l turbo:
            200hp for 2.0T
            250 hp for S1
            300 hp for RS1 (not confirmed)

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            • Fido

              Fido Well-Known Member Spy Photographer

              We will see very soon the first prototypes very disguised. I know that Audi has started the tests.
               
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              • SCOTT27

                SCOTT27 Well-Known Member Contributing Member

                So it will look even more like a Skoda Fabia now?
                 
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                • Forza

                  Forza Active Member

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                  • KiwiRob

                    KiwiRob Active Member

                    It looks bigger than the existing A1 sportback.
                     
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                    • SKY

                      SKY Well-Known Member

                      It seems like Autobild nailed the next A1.

                      And it seems it will have exactly the same headlight thab the A8.

                      Terrible.
                       
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                      • tristatez28lt1

                        tristatez28lt1 Well-Known Member

                        The Autobild renders are usually spot on. Not sure what info they always get before anything is leaked or if they're just lucky with good render creators aka avarvarii, schulte, etc.
                         
                      • SKY

                        SKY Well-Known Member

                        It was Huckfeldt back in the day and Larson nowadays the ones with the quality renders. I believe the inside info is more about the mag than the artist.
                         
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                        • klier

                          klier Member

                          This car is based on the next gen VW Polo, no?

                          I am going to buy the next gen Polo :D
                           
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                          • Fido

                            Fido Well-Known Member Spy Photographer

                            And in the new Ibiza...
                             
                          • Centurion

                            Centurion Well-Known Member Premium Member Contributing Member

                            It better have rear windows that can be rolled all the way down.
                             
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                            • tristatez28lt1

                              tristatez28lt1 Well-Known Member

                              http://www.carscoops.com/2017/01/newer-larger-and-tech-improved-audi-a1.html

                              Newer, Larger And Tech-Improved Audi A1 Coming Next Year, Electrification Is Possible


                              As the current A1 is nearing the end of its life cycle, Audi is prepping its successor.
                              Autocar reports. This will translate into more rear legroom and increased boot space, but due to its more generous proportions, it's unlikely that any weight will be dropped.

                              Moreover, the upcoming A1's structural rigidity is said to be improved with the new underpinnings, which use a hybrid construction that was first employed in the A8 flagship last decade, combining hot-formed steel and aluminum.

                              On the visual front, unsurprisingly, the next Audi A1 will look like a smaller A3, with the compact model serving as an inspiration for the shape of the lights, on both ends. Inside, it will get in-line with the rest of the newer models made by the brand with the four rings, and will be compatible with the Virtual Cockpit technology, while adding a Wi-Fi hotspot and smartphone integration.

                              Rumor has it that the most basic offering will use a 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine, probably with more power than the current 94 HP, while the 1.4-liter petrol and 1.6-liter diesel turbocharged units are expected to be tweaked for the upcoming model. A hybrid will likely join the range, while the S1 will sit at the top of the lineup, with approximately 250 horsepower, paired to a four-wheel drive system.

                              Seat's Martorell plant, in Spain, will be assembling the next generation Audi A1, from 2018, as it was announced last year.
                               
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                              • Fido

                                Fido Well-Known Member Spy Photographer

                                So, this information confirms that the next A1 won't have e-tron model.
                                 
                              • tristatez28lt1

                                tristatez28lt1 Well-Known Member

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