Limited to only 333 units will be produced, the Audi A1 Quattro is powered by the 2.0 TFSI engine turbocharged engine producing power output of 256 hp (188 kW) and 350 Nm (258.15 lb.-ft.). The 1984cc four-cylinder engine combines gasoline direct injection with turbocharging and features the adjustable intake cam shaft and the two balance shafts. The Audi A1 Quattro accelerates from 0-100 km/h (62.14 mph) in just 5.7 seconds and a top speed of 245 km/h (152.24 mph).
The Audi A1 quattro sits on 8.0 J x 18 cast alloy wheels finished in Glacier White feature an exclusive turbine design and are fitted with 225/35 tire. The internally vented front brake discs measure 312 millimeters (12.28 in) in diameter and are gripped by black calipers. The ESP stabilization program includes a sport mode and can be switched off entirely for a trip to the race track.
On the exterior, the Audi A1 quattro is available only in Glacier White metallic exterior finished. The roof is painted in high-gloss black; the exhaust system terminates in two polished dual tailpipes on the left and the right, each measuring 100 millimeters (3.94 in) in diameter. The A1 quattro is 3,987 millimeters (13.08 ft) long, 1,740 millimeters (5.71 ft) wide and 1,416 millimeters (4.65 ft) tall, making it somewhat longer than the model on which it is based. Luggage capacity is 210 liters (7.42 cu ft); folding down the rear seats increases this to 860 liters (30.37 cu ft). The interior is dominated with sporty black color.
The infotainment equipment includes a CD changer, digital radio tuner, the Audi music interface and MMI navigation plus. The multifunction sport steering wheel is flattened at the bottom, wrapped in leather with contrasting red stitching and sports the car’s serial number. The shift lever knob is made of aluminum. Many control elements have an aluminum-look finish.