2011 Audi A1 Clubsport Quattro

At the Wörtherseetour 2011 car show on June 1, 2011, Audi introduced the new Audi A1 Clubsport Quattro. The A1 Clubsport has been engineered to its very limit with breathtaking dynamics. And from the looks of it, and decals all over its body, it’s ready to roll out over the track.

The engine is still the same classic five-cylinder 2.5 liter turbo charging with direct fuel injection, giving out a 496 bhp @ 5300 rpm with a Torque of 487 ft lb. It also boosts top speed of 155 mph with the limiter off and can sprint in 3.7 seconds on 0 to 62mph.

The clubsport Quattro has an all-wheel drive and a six-speed manual transmission. This came from the TT RS models, and has been improved even further. The breaks are made of carbon fiber-ceramic discs and six piston caliper on the front with a coil over suspension system.

The shock absorber can be adjusted freely according to the ride condition of the road, and a 19 inch alloy wheel handles dirt perfectly. The back of the seat has been replaced by a large crossbar to stiffen the body during races. The chassis is built with carbon fiber-reinforced polymer and four-point belts, which best secure the driver and passenger.

Vehicle Type: Concept Car Base Price: NA
Engine: 2.5L DOHC inline-5 Horsepower: 496 hp
Max RPM: 5300 rpm Torque: 487 lb-ft
Displacement: 151.3 cu in Aspiration: Turbo
Gearbox: 6 speed manual Curb Weight: 3064 lbs (1390 kg)
0-60 mph: 3.7 seconds Maximum Speed: 155 mph (250 kmh)