The four-seater interior of the Audi S1 and the S1 Sportback (7.0 / 7.1 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers [33.60 / 33.13 US mpg]; 162 / 166 grams of CO2 per kilometer [260.71 / 267.15 g/mile]) comes across as sporty and airy. The sweeping instrument panel with its horizontally stepped front takes its cue from an airplane wing; its four powerfully flared round air vents are reminiscent of jet engines. The console on the center tunnel resembles the rear of a sailing yacht, the center console is in turn angled slightly toward the driver.
Sporty-cool black dominates in the interior of the Audi S1 and the S1 Sportback – on the headlining, the instrument panel, the center console, the door trim, the floor carpet and with the sport seats. The sport seats also feature powerful side bolsters, height adjustment and a lumbar support. They are trimmed with cloth as standard; fine Nappa leather is also available as an option; the backrests feature S1 embossing.
Optional: S sport seats
As an option Audi fits the S sport seats with integrated head restraints and fine Nappa upholstery. Depending on the seat and upholstery, the contrasting stitching is finished in dark silver, yellow or red. Another stylish alternative is Audi exclusive fine Nappa leather upholstery and trim.
The air vent sleeves are also finished in high-gloss black. As an option these are also painted in aluminum look. The pedal caps are made from brushed stainless steel. Colored piping frames the floor mats, and the door sill trims feature S1 logos. The LED interior lighting package brings the interior stunningly to life in the dark.
The eye is drawn to the white needles and numbers as well as the gray scales on the instrument cluster. The three-spoke leather-covered sport steering wheel features contrasting stitching and an insert in high-gloss black, a red ring adorns the gear lever knob. The onboard monitor with its high-gloss surround on the housing displays the S1 screen once the engine is started. A host of controls shine with their aluminum-look finish, subtle strips adorn the switches on the center console as well as the surrounds for the radio and radio/navigation systems.
Anyone looking for even more exclusivity can select the quattro interior styling package. The multifunction steering wheel has a flat-bottomed rim, the air vents feature red inner rings and the floor mats come with twin piping in silver, yellow or red as part of the package. The door panels, the center console and the backrests of the S sport seats are available in high-gloss black, red or yellow. The seat trim features quattro logos in black/silver.
The equipment, data and prices specified in this document refer to the model range offered in Germany. Subject to change without notice; errors and omissions excepted.