Nope, the Audi A1 citycarver isn’t getting married to anyone, but Audi has decided to change the “surname” from citycarver to allstreet for the 2023 model year. Why is that? Well, Audi didn’t share that, but I guess it’s probably because “allstreet” suits the car’s supposed “robust off-road look” better than “citycarver”.
Which means the buyers can now confidently take the car on some light off-roading adventures rather than limiting it to just “city carving”. The rest of the things remain unchanged, including the available engine & transmission combinations. The price in Germany also remains the same, which starts at €23,200.
In Germany, the A1 allstreet offers 25 TFSI (1.0L 3-cylinder turbo petrol; 75 kW/95 metric hp; 5-MT), 30 TFSI (1.0L 3-cylinder turbo petrol; 81 kW/110 metric hp; 6-MT), 30 TFSI S tronic (1.0L 3-cylinder turbo petrol; 81 kW/110 metric hp; 7-speed S tronic), 35 TFSI (1.5L 4-cylinder turbo petrol; 110 kW/150 metric hp; 6-MT), and 35 TFSI S tronic (1.5L 4-cylinder turbo petrol; 110 kW/150 metric hp; 7-speed S tronic).
Audi A4 allroad quattro with a new equipment package
The A4 allroad quattro wagon is getting a new optional package for 2023. The €775 Black Optics Pro Package gets you windshield frame, exterior mirrors, tailpipes, grille elements, front air intake accents, rear bumper insert, and a connecting line between the taillights in gloss black. Also, notice that the rings are in black as well, as are the badges. Audi also offers the roof rails in black. Plus, new metallic finish color options join the palette: Chronos Gray and District Green.
The A4 allroad quattro offers 45 TFSI S tronic (195 kW/265 metric hp 2.0L turbo petrol; 7-speed S tronic), 40 TDI S tronic (150 kW/204 metric hp 2.0L turbo diesel; 7-speed S tronic) and 50 TDI tiptronic (210 kW/286 metric hp 3.0L V6 turbo diesel; 8-speed tiptronic) options in Germany.