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The Audi A1 Sportback S line Competition Limited Edition has been released locally, priced at $35,500.

Based on the $32,250 Audi A1 Sportback 1.4 TFSI Attraction, the Limited Edition marks the first time Audi’s S line exterior styling package has been available outside the flagship 136kW/250Nm A1 1.4 TFSI Sport valued at $42,500.

Limited to 200 units, the new model includes the S line exterior package, Black exterior styling package and an Interior package, which combine to give the five-door A1 a new front splitter, side skirts and rear bumper, black treatments on the grille and door frames, and body coloured air vents.

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On top of the Attraction’s standard equipment, the Audi A1 Sportback S line Competition Limited Edition also gains front fog lights, LED tail-lights, a contrasting roof, rear parking sensors, 17-inch five-spoke alloy wheels and S line badging. Audi values the total package at more than $8000.

Power is delivered by the same 90kW/200Nm turbocharged 1.4-litre petrol engine and seven-speed S tronic dual-clutch automatic transmission as found in the Attraction model, meaning the S line Competition Limited Edition claims identical figures of 0-100km/h in 8.9 seconds and 5.3 litres per 100km.

Available in Glacier White, Ice Silver, Misano Red and Phantom Black, the limited edition model is on sale now.

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  • Wile E

    Artist impression interior?

  • sheldon

    90kw for $35K? what’s next, a $32K A 1/2 ? Or an $15,000 Audi RS4 skateboard?
    What’s MORE laughable is that people WILL actually buy these ridiculously overpriced, underpowered, “prestige” cars! How insecure can one get?

    • Daniel

      Though I largely agree and I wouldn’t buy one, to be fair, some people do want a small car that is just as luxurious and as well put together as a larger car. The A1 is very well made and refined for a car of it’s size. Still a big premium to pay over other cars in it’s size bracket and you’re probably better off going with a Mini (which is at least worth the money for the driving experience), but it’s not always a case of insecurity and badge snobbery; some people just want a small car that moonlights as a luxury car.

    • Dielle

      It’s a different class of car, and its obvious you do not belong to that class.

  • crouchy35

    Some people like small cars. Some people have more money to spend than others. Hence, these cars exist.

  • Ted

    What about the DSG issues ? Too expensive you would think !