We can report that the Audi A1 will make its debut at the Tokyo Motor Show in October as a hybrid model.
Less than two weeks ago we disclosed Audi's upcoming premium super mini, the Audi A1 and now thanks to Auto, Motor und Sport we can report that the Audi A1 will make its debut at the Tokyo Motor Show in October as a hybrid model. Earlier reports suggested that Audi would release the A1 at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September. The A1 prices are expected to start at below 20,000 euros ($27,000) and annual sales targets are set at 80,000 - 100,000 units. Michael Dick, responsible for Technical Development at Audi, insisted that the A1 will be "manlier and sportier" than BMW's MINI, adding that "When a father sits gladly in his daughter's car, then we've got it spot on." Stay tuned for more news on the Audi A1!