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2014 Audi A1 With Audi Genuine Accessories

Audi has rolled out a suit-and-tie-dressed A1 Sportback at Worthersee, highlighting the enormous customization potential the German automaker is putting on its Genuine Accessories lineup. This particular A1 with Audi Genuine Accessories successfully combines a nice shade of black with splashes of yellow trim, creating a distinct two-tone look we rarely see from the A1.

Audi traditionally rolls out these kinds of products at Worthersee and its nice to see that the German brand still understands the importance of being a major presence in the annual event. The customized hatchback also shines a nice light on what’s possible when customers use Audi Genuine Accessories on their vehicles.

That’s the real good thing about being able to have a say in what your car is going to look like. A1 owners get a number of colors to choose from and you can style and trim it any manner you see fit. There might be some misses along the way, but as Audi has shown with this A1 with Genuine Accessories, there’s a lot owners can work with by taking advantage of the company’s aesthetic personalization program.

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Audi A1 With Audi Genuine Accessories in detail

Audi A1 With Audi Genuine Accessories

Like we said, this Audi A1 with Audi Genuine Accessories looks the part of a stealthy sports hatch that means serious business. The black exterior finish gives it that dark and menacing appeal, and a new, eye-popping Macao Yellow highlights to contrast the body — this will actually be made available as a new body color beginning next year. This color finds its way on the body as an L-shaped decal on the rear quarter, on the ground effects and on the side-view mirror caps.

Audi A1 With Audi Genuine Accessories

Audi paid a little love to the A1’s wheels too, adding a new set of matte-black, cast-aluminum wheels with a five-arm polygon design.

Audi A1 With Audi Genuine Accessories

The Macao Yellow decals on the exterior find their way inside the cabin, creating what Audi describes as a "real visual treat." From the images, we can see that that stunning hue highlights the gearshift bezel and air vent surrounds.




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