Audi A1 1.4 TFSI Upgraded by Superchips: Official Details

by Andrew Randall

Audi A1 1.4 TFSI is a good car with normal performances that delivers 126 BHP in normal conditions and this is enough for many drivers who own this model. Now, if I would tell you that Audi A1 1.4 TFSI Sport can run from the 0 to 60 mph in just 7.8 seconds, you wouldn’t believe me, would you? Well, the aftermarket specialists at Superchips boosted this car’s power in order to reach these numbers and they have succeded.

Yes, you read right, the Audi A1 powered by the 1.4 TFSI engine is now delivering 146 BHP at 6.168 rpm, 26 BHP more than the standard version, giving the little hatchback a 0 to 60 mph sprint time of 7.8 seconds, compared to the old 8.9.

The company explained: “Thoroughly tested in both real and world driving conditions and on Superchips’ own in-house chassis dynamometer, the Audi A1 1.4 TFSI Sport ECU remap produces impressive gains. Power is boosted by a maximum 26 BHP at 6.168 rpm, with increases from as low as 2.000 rpm right throughout the operating range, up to the rev limiter at 6.500 rpm”.

Finally, according to Superchips, the remap available for both the six-speed manual and seven-speed semi-automatic transmissions is priced at 455 pounds, which is quite cheap for an extra boost.

Source: Inautonews

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