The small off-road looking car now has a new name. Technically, however, nothing changes.
You know the story of the chocolate snack with two bars that have taken a new name? Otherwise nothing has changed. This story is now being repeated at Audi. The Ingolstadt-based company has given the Audi A1 a new name in the Citycarver version. From now on, it will have the Allstreet addition.
Unchanged range of offers and prices
The small car based on the Audi A1 Sportback stays true to its rugged off-road look with the plating on the wheel arches and side skirts, as well as the slightly higher chassis. All the equipment and customization options previously offered, as well as the engine-transmission combinations already available, remain the same. In the basic version, the new Allstreet looks like a 25 TFSI with a 95hp one-liter engine. This unit is also offered in the Allstreet with an output of 110 hp. The flagship engine is a 1.5-liter turbo petrol with 150 hp.
The price for the renamed version A1 also remains unchanged at 23,200 euros.
Audi gives a new name to the crossover version of the A1. Citycarver becomes Allstreet. Why? Because they can. And because a similarly designed A3 variant is likely to arrive soon, which should also carry the name Allstreet. Nothing changes in terms of equipment and price. It’s kind of like Raider and now Twix.