Audi S1

Audi S1

This vehicle is one of only 20 of Audi Sport built competition vehicles in Group B and the first in a World Cup run set up by a total of just eight vehicles used for events. Stig Blomqvist and Bjorn Cederberg went to the Rally Argentina at the end of July 1985.

Technical Data:

Technical data

Engine: Turboaufgeladener 5-Zylinder-Aluminium series engine
Displacement: 2,142 cc (x 1.4 = factor Turbo 2999 cm ³)
Power: 476 hp (350 kW)
Bore / Stroke: 79.5 x 85.0 mm
Torque: 480 Nm at 5,500 rpm.
Transmission: Permanent four-wheel drive
Clutch: 2-Scheiben-Trockenkupplung
Transmission: fully 6-Gang-Magnesiumgetriebe
Differential front: Ferguson LSD with Viscosekupplung
Center Differential: Torsen LSD
Differential back: Lamellensperrdifferential in magnesium casing
Tires: Michelin 26/64-16
Rims: Compomotive 9J x 16 ET -7mm (obtainable from Ihle-Motorsport)
Vehicle weight: 1,090 kg
Dimensions: length 4240 mm, width 1860 mm, height 1344 mm

Measurements: 0 to 100 km / h in 3.1 seconds
0 to 200 km / h in 11.8 seconds
Acceleration 5th Gang of 60 to 140 km / h in 7.4 seconds