Suspension experts Eibach have released their celebrated Pro-Kit for the compact Audi A1.

Being a new platform and the smallest Audi to date, the A1 is a very inviting prospect for aftermarket modification. The reasons are simple; there have a multitude of engine options available, being compact means it’s cheap to run and insure, and of course, the A1 features legendary Audi build quality. As is the philosophy with tuners, everything that comes from the factory can be made better and unique, to suit the taste of the person driving it. You can’t really fault that mentality.

What better way to start customizing your A1 then with a set of Eibach Pro-Kit springs and wheel spacers. The springs lower the car and thus the center of gravity, aiding in handling performance. Aesthetics are covered too, with the new, slightly more menacing stance that’s sure to give the little runabout more street cred. Slap on a set of their billet wheel spacers and the overall track increases for better response and stability while carving up your favorite mountain road. Quality with Eibach is never in question - the German manufacturer is TUV approved so you know their million mile warranty is worth every penny you spend.


Source: Eibach

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  (595) posted on 07.27.2011

It’s the first time I heard Audi as a four ring company, I really look back with their logo just to notice that it really has four rings. By the way, it is good that they create a new handling on this one.

  (473) posted on 06.28.2011

hmm. This four ring company hits again! I like the sportiness of this car and I think for a compact car it really has an aggressive look!

  (559) posted on 06.28.2011

Well, I don’t think that Audi have plan in making a production version of this car though the detailing was great! I think they are prioritizing the production for the RS series.

  (647) posted on 05.5.2011

I don’t get the point why do they need to customize the A1, I mean this car already looks great as well as the performance. Its better if they leave that thing just the way it is
so that there are a lot of choices to choose fromsmiley

  (528) posted on 03.1.2011

that was an interesting movie from the Audi’s interior designer, well surely car enthusiast will had a hard time owning this baby.

  (336) posted on 03.1.2011

agree but if they are planned to sell this hopefully it wont take long so that the money can buy all the charity needs on time.

  (398) posted on 02.28.2011

why are they making so many god damn teasers? the only people following them at this stage are us petrol heads, not the people who will actually consider buying this thing. if only they went after BMW again—that would rile up some interest.

  (402) posted on 02.28.2011

i think the car is more important for Audi than the R8. The R8 is for prestige the A1 is for the real cash. with those multiple video teasers i think they want to demonstrate that every aspect of the car is like a piece of art and art is expensive

  (830) posted on 11.17.2010

Maybe boring, but their sales are doing quite well. Tons of boring cars sell in large numbers, the most boring cars often.

  (386) posted on 10.29.2010

wasn’t the A1 supposed to be all electric..

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