New Audi A1 S Line Style Editions with Contrasting Color Schemes for the UK

Audi is offering UK buyers some fresh colorful selections of its A1 three-door and A1 Sportback five-door models with the release of the new S Line Style Editions that are available in conjunction with selected petrol and diesel engines.

The new edition slots between the regular S Line and the more funky Black Edition options that are already offered for the A1 series. According to Audi, the Style Edition includes “about £2,200-worth of design and technology-oriented options for a premium of £950 above the equivalent S line model”, with on-the-road prices will ranging from £18,125 to £20,605.

On top of all S Line features, included in the price are metallic or pearl-effect paint finishes in a choice of Ice Silver, Phantom Black, Misano Red or Glacier White colour schemes, combined with gloss black finish for the contrasting roof arches in three-door versions, and a fully gloss black top in Sportback models, along with gloss black door mirror housings. There’s also an optional black styling package that adds a gloss finish to the grille surround, and matt black finish for the inner grille, fog light surrounds and number plate holder.

Interior upgrades for the Style Edition models include Misano Red or Glacier White trims for the air vents when the same colors are chosen for the exterior, or gloss black in conjunction with the Ice Silver and Phantom Black exterior paint finishes.

The A1 S Line Style Edition is offered with a choice of three units, the 1.2 TFSI with 86PS (85hp), the 1.4 TFSI with 122PS (120hp) and the 1.6 TDI diesel with 105PS (104hp). Details on pricing follow below.



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