The smallest Audi car and one of the most compact premium class representatives in its new iteration will cost a little more than €22,000.
However, this smallest car of Citroen‘s premium brand is not on sale in every European country.
Initially, the A1 Citycarver will be available with two variants of a three-cylinder 1.0 TFSI engine.
A less powerful unit develops 95 hp and consumes an average of 5.2 l/100 km (45.2 mpg). The CO2 emissions rate is 119 g/km.
The second 1.0 TFSI engine produces up to 116 hp. Its fuel consumption is 5.1-5.4 l/100 km (43.6–46.1 mpg). The CO2 figure is 117-122 g/km.
Depending on consumer’s choice, power is delivered to front wheels by means of a manual gearbox or a seven-speed automatic S tronic transmission.
Four-cylinder 1.5 TFSI versions with 150 hp will go on sale later. An average fuel consumption is 5.3-5.5 l/100 km (42.8–44.4 mpg). CO2 emissions are 120-124 g/km.
The 2020 Audi A1 Citycarver will reach Europe’s dealerships this autumn.