Audi marks its first ever vehicle collaboration with a limited 15-unit production of its 3-door A1. Together with New Zealand-based Huffer, the luxury carmaker uses the Sport Plus model as its base, which packs a twin charge engine that puts out 185 horse power and enables it to pull a 0-60 in 6.9 seconds.
The double-branded car is appropriately outfitted for speed with an interior that features sprint cloth and black leather, a suede-covered steering wheel, race car gear selectors and brushed aluminum inlays. Other key external features to this end include 18-inch rotor designed alloys, S-line lowered sports suspension and tinted glass.
The car will launch late January and will be available in three color patterns: all black, red with black roof, and white with black roof.