Audi A1 ClubSport Quattro at the Need For Speed Game Console

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Audi A1 ClubSport Quattro coupe hatchback just showed up couple of days ago and we were completely captivated with its look and what it had to do offer under its hood. Now, one of the best-seller game console Need For Speed World or NFS has released the first video which showing this amazing Audi A1 ClubSport Quattro coupe hatchback being built before its big reveal at the Worthersee Tour 2011.

The Audi A1 ClubSport Quattro coupe hatchback has unbelievable 503 horsepower which is only a one-off, but NFS and Audi partnered up to provide everyone interested to experience of what it would be like to drive on in the latest game that available to all players as a free-in-game rental car from June 1st until June 4th.

Audi A1 clubsport quattro - NFS Video Shot

In case you did not know, Need For Speed World is the Play4Free online PC racing game from EA in which players take part in races in a giant multiplayer world with so many cars of choice including the Audi A1 ClubSport Quattro coupe hatchback.

Under that brand new hand-shaped hood, the Audi A1 ClubSport Quattro coupe hatchback hides a 2.5-liter TFSI engine which is the same one found in the Audi TT-RS and Audi RS3 Sportback. But do not go thinking this has 300-something horsepower, as the five-cylinder was tuned to produce 20 kW (503 horsepower) and 660 Nm (496.79 lb-ft) of torque.

Audi A1 ClubSport Quattro - rear view

The turbocharger, the intercooler, admission tract and the exhaust line on the Audi A1 ClubSport Quattro coupe hatchback have been systematically tuned for high performance, and just like on Audi’s DTM race cars, the tailpipe is located on the left flank, just in front of the rear wheel.

The body of the Audi A1 ClubSport Quattro coupe hatchback is even more impressive, as it shows an exquisite finish and no fake pretentious about being tame or normal. The roof arch in high-gloss black supports a roof made of none other than carbon fiber-reinforced polymer (CFRP), and the four rings at the front of the car are solid aluminum.

Audi A1 ClubSport Quattro  - side view

Audi A1 ClubSport Quattro coupe hatchback other body parts such as front fenders, the doors, and the rear side panels of the car have been widened by a total of 60 mm (2.36-inches) which absolutely perfect to nudge over police car during the play of NFS. The Audi A1 ClubSport Quattro coupe hatchback is able to sprint 100 km/h (62.14 mph) in 3.7 seconds, and reaches 0 to 200 km/h (124.27 mph) in just 10.9 seconds.

Is it true Porsche will create a new concept car?

Porsche wanted to continue to compete with its rivals such as McLaren, Ferrari, and Lamborghini. To that end, Porsche tried to create a new concept car with mid engine. The problem, the project is still just a discourse, because, Volkswagen, the parent company has not granted permission.

If the project is to be executed, then the concept car will be sold at a cheap and produced by a finite number. This car seems to be a combination of the Porsche 918 Spyder and 911. The engineers at Porsche have designed the car. But according to Mathias Muller, Porsche boss, if the project was not approved because of the possibility of financial factors.

A little leak from the Porsche, these cars will use CFRP as its main materials. Of course, the use of CFRP is to reduce the weight of the concept car. Moreover, Porsche has often created the light cars, such as 911 GT2 RS and Carrera GT.