Audi A1 scoops mag’s Car of the Year title

Judges heap praise on Audi’s classy compact.

AUDI’S recently introducted A1 scooped the top honour at the prestigious What Car? Awards.
The judges were full of admiration for the premium subcompact hatchback, which “comes across as every inch a bespoke premium product“ and “oozes quality everywhere you look and from everything you touch – you won’t find better at this price.“
Steve Fowler, Editor-in-Chief of What Car?, explained: “The Audi A1 is a brilliant car: brilliantly targeted and brilliantly executed. More and more buyers are looking for smaller, more efficient cars, but with all the luxury trappings of much larger cars. That’s exactly what Audi has given them – a super-stylish, high quality small car that’s affordable and great fun, too.“
The A1 also clinched the Best Supermini title for 2011, having been voted by What Car? readers as the Most Exciting Car of 2010 at last year’s awards, the A1 has fulfilled its promise in the eyes of the judges.
Jeremy Hicks, Director of Audi UK said: “It’s an incredible honour for the A1 to win three What Car? awards in its debut year. We were naturally thrilled when it won the Most Exciting Car of the Year award in 2010, but for it to win the Supermini category and then the Car of the Year award overall in 2011 is extraordinary.“
Prices for the A1 start at £13,420 OTR for the 1.2 TFSI (86PS) SE model, and rise to £18,665 for the 1.4 TFSI (122PS) S line model.

1 thought on “Audi A1 scoops mag’s Car of the Year title

  1. now no one has a doubt that audi makes great cars, and this is one power packed car with so good specs that i get a thrill when i push this car to its extremes. Such a nice pickup that i have made a vow that i m only goin to buy Audi for rest of my life……………superb car to drive

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