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The Audi S1 2014 now on sale!

In some of the latest vehicle release news today to make it's way out of the German car manufacturing firm known as Audi, we are pleased to report on the grand launch of the brand new S1 model which has officially gone on sale world wide and could very well be one of the most anticipated models in the companies history. The brand has been made famous for some models such as the TT and the S3 amongst many more but what is it that this S1 model has that previous models in the companies line up don't and how does this model shape up against some similar vehicles from the likes of Mercedes and Lexus?

 

Why should you invest into the Audi S1?

So what has gone into this particular Audi model to make it stand out as something special on the car market and why should you choose this particular model over anything on offer from rival brands such as BMW?

 

Well firstly with a look into the engine and its overall performance rates, we see the welcome additions of a 2.0 litre turbo engine which has an overall brake horsepower reading of 228 with top speeds being reached all round of 155 miles per hour. With that in mind we see this vehicle make the leap from 0 to 62 miles per hour in an overall time of 5.8 seconds. The vehicle makes its way to you as a four wheel drive and it also comes fully fitted with a six speed manual transmission as standard.

 

Some other additional pieces of equipment that come along with this model include the likes of LED lights 17 inch alloy wheels an all new sports suspension system and climate control also comes thrown in too.

 

How much does the Audi S1 sell for?

We are firstly pleased to inform you that this all new Audi machine is available for purchase right now from your closest Audi showroom up and down the country. In regards to the price tag that comes along with this car, expect to make the investment for an all round cost of £24,900.

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