Earlier this month we reported that ABT was preparing three design packages for the Audi A1. Well, feast your eyes on the new styles of the A1 by ABT. The packages prepared by ABT feature some aesthetic modifications, engine upgrades, and, of course, some splashes of color.

Before we get into the three different designs, let’s discuss the engine upgrades for the Audi A1 by ABT. For starters, there’s the 1.2 TFSI that originally produced 86hp. ABT has boosted its performance to a vigorous 115hp. The 1.4 TFSI gets ahead with 150hp, up from the standard 122hp and the 1.6L diesel engine now commands attention with 125hp. Adding to the increase of power the Audi has received, ABT has also added performance springs and a lower center of gravity.

Now for the exquisite designs that are sure to please any and all consumers. ABT starts off with the red “KLECKS” which features splashes of color throughout the vehicle. It was created as a tribute to the urban lifestyle. The “ALOHA” models signifies the laidback “beach boy” attitude and the “HIGH VOLTAGE” gets an angrier, “more toxic” look that features skulls as part of the design. Each design gets fender inserts, rear apron insert, rear spoiler, mirror covers, and front lip and side skirts in the car’s featured design color (brushed aluminum for the KLECKS, lavender for the ALOHA, and green grass for the HIGH VOLTAGE). The interior also gets a splash of the design color in the form of the car’s foot mats.

As an option, ABT can also slap on a double-pipe sports rear muffler to complete the look. They can also -provide the consumer with a set of 17”-18” five spoke wheel Z in a dark “Titan” color. Match that up with the ABT alloy rings in the vehicle’s design color and the consumer is officially riding in style.

We have to admit, we don’t really like hatchbacks, but we’d rock this Audi A1.

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  (676) posted on 03.29.2011

ABT made this car perfectly. I like the printed art on the different side of the car. It kind of look amazing and its a good thing that they haven’t put the design on all over the car! This would be a piece of art! 

  (340) posted on 09.22.2010

i prefer the original q5, the body kit is... um... strange and those rims are just horrible.

  (830) posted on 09.21.2010

i prefer the original q5, the body kit is... um... strange and those rims are just horrible.

  (676) posted on 09.21.2010

those wheels are awful. that would look good on some classic RS wheels. all matte black of course.

  (1211) posted on 09.21.2010

Audi really does need to tone down the ginormous grille. Whale sharks are beaching themselves thinking they see a potential mate on land.

  (221) posted on 08.25.2010

haha, the vinyls are really awesome and cute too.

  (745) posted on 08.19.2010

Yeah right, it’s very striking. And I am not a big fan of flashy elegant colors.

  (134) posted on 08.2.2010

Audi A1’s body kit is just ok, what I like were the art designs especially the one on the white Audi 10.

  (462) posted on 07.29.2010

I really used to like Audi’s styling, but with the size of the grill on so many of their bread and butter offerings getting so overboard, it is clearly time to take another direction before they totally cross over into the vomit inducing direction that Acura has devolved into!

  (309) posted on 07.29.2010

cool! Nice designs, and the colors? Very eye feasting. Maybe this will be a hit for teenagers, because it’s more likely to punk rather than classy slash elegant.

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