2011 Audi A1 ’A Force One’ from the tuning firm, Pogea Racing

by Alex

‘Seven Sins’ is the name that tuning firm Pogea Racing has given to their work on the Audi A7 Sportback. The same tuning firm had done an upgrade on the Audi A1 also and now with the Pogea it appears the firm intends to have all of the Audi models in its ambit of work done. They have even given the project a catchy name of ‘A Force One’.

The tuning firm did nothing much on the aerodynamic or the aesthetic looks of the car. They rather did some minor work on the exterior by adding ultralight OZ Racing Alleggerita HTL alloy wheels which have been wrapped with ET35 Sport Contact 3 Continental tires. A new exhaust system along with some fancy 76 mm laser engraved tailpipes also form part of the upgrade itinerary.

It was the performance factors and aspects that the tuning company concentrated their efforts upon. Their two stage upgrade program has the first part wherein the first stage was to increase the power output from 122 hp and 200 Nm to 156 hp and 266 Nm of torque. The top speed of the car also goes to 152 mph. In the second stage, the firm adds some more air cooling and adapted electronics, together with a new coil-over suspension which is made by KW and brembo brakes with perforated discs.

The sick rims also have been livened up with extra props and gives the ‘A Force One’ packaged Audi A1 a totally different look.

Source: topspeed

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