Here is Audi A1 Quattro review. Audi A1 Quattro is a car that had been planned by Audi for a long time. Luxury car with stunning performance. The Audi A1 Quattro wears neither of these badges and I hardly think that Audi would have gone to the trouble of creating the 4wd underpinnings if it didn’t take advantage of it in larger numbers. Audi almost admits that an S1 is on its way. For sure the A1 Quattro will be a rare beast, but it is just not special enough and I don’t think that view will change even after driving it on the road. The Audi A1 now presents another approach – a compact electric car in the premium class. The four-passenger, two-door MCV city car was designed specifically for use in the metropolitan areas of Europe and North America and in the rapidly growing megacities of Asia and South America. The Audi A1 e-tron always drives on electric power; its internal combustion engine is only used to recharge the battery in isolated cases. It feels, unsurprisingly, a bit like a tall TT, but there’s not much wrong with that, the dimensions and re-jigged Haldex AWD meaning that you can pitch the car in and it reacts absolutely faithfully – on ice you don’t even need to steer the car with the steering wheel, just adjust the angle of dangle with the throttle. And it sounds like a little rally car – all raspy goodness and twittering turbos. The great strengths of the Wankel engine are the nearly vibration-free and quiet operation, the small dimensions, and the extremely low weight. All A1 Quattros come in glacier white with gloss black roofs. There’s a small roof spoiler over the tailgate but otherwise the car is understated. Just a little A1 badge on the boot backed up by the trademark Quattro badge.