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Audi S1 (2014-2018) review - Interior, design and technology

As you’d expect, the Audi S1 has the usual understated fast Audi look. The customary aluminium-effect mirrors, extended side sills, boot spoiler and smart 17-inch wheels help it stand out, while quad tailpipes hint at the performance potential. 

Standard xenon lights with striking LED running lamps and a latticework grille give the S1 a distinctive face, while a choice of bold colours – including bright yellow, red and green hues – means it’ll certainly attract attention.

Being based on the regular Audi A1, that car’s short chassis – even in five-door guise – means the S1 looks squat and compact, with taut bodywork giving this pocket rocket real visual attitude.

It’s countered by the Audi’s classy interior, which is in a different league to the Fiesta and even beats the new MINI for upmarket appeal. From the knurled metal finish of the heating and radio controls to the rising sat-nav screen and top-quality dashboard materials, the S1 looks and feels like a car from a class above.

However, the S1 has its roots in Audi’s past, so compared to newer models like the A3, it feels a bit dated in certain areas. And despite its hefty price tag, the S1 actually isn’t nearly as well equipped as the much cheaper Ford.

Sat-nav, stereo and infotainment

The Audi S1 doesn’t get sat-nav as standard, although it’s obviously on the options list. The standard audio set-up is a DAB radio with single CD player, also offering Bluetooth music streaming and voice control. You can upgrade the audio to a BOSE surround sound system with 14 speakers and 465 Watts.

The Technology pack brings sat-nav to the pop-up display on the top of the dash, and Audi connect which turns your car into a Wi-Fi hotspot and brings internet connectivity and various apps into the car. 

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Like any Audi, the S1 has an interior that is built to last and stylish to look at, but the small infotainment screen points to this being an older model and some of the switchgear is also showing its age.

Style

You can't fault the quality of the fixtures and fittings in the cabin

Despite being based on one of the oldest cars in the line-up, the S1 has a classy interior that is in a different league to all its rivals bar the Mini, which has a more stylish design and a better infotainment system.

The interior is very well put together, but the options come at a significant cost

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You can't fault the quality of the fixtures and fittings in the cabin

A cool atmosphere comes courtesy of lots of aluminium switchgear and racy red highlights, and the optional sat-nav screen that tucks away into the dashboard means you’re not faced with a bamboozling array of conventional buttons.

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It may seem unnecessary to pick fault with a cabin as immaculately appointed and finished as the S1’s. There’s as much room in here as any reasonable buyer would expect.

Which isn’t to say that there’s a lot, but probably enough for a typical second-car-of-the-household pattern of use. Material quality levels, to both the eye and the touch, make the S1 as distinguished as any Audi in any class in the market. The cool, technical, aluminium-accented ambience of the S1’s interior is very upmarket indeed.

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But there’s very little performance drama to whet the appetite here. This is the understated fast Audi treatment done by the book; it just happens to be in miniature. Trouble is that hot hatchback convention is to cram performance flavour into every last fitting.

There are no boost gauges, lap timers, carbonfibre cupholders or brightly coloured go-faster trim stripes inside the S1. Peppering the cabin with a lot of that sort of paraphernalia wouldn’t be very ‘premium’, you’d admit, but it lacks a bit of a sense of occasion.

From a functional perspective, the cabin is harder to fault. The driving position is good, the controls well sited and the instruments clear.  It’s a shame that Audi couldn’t have found room on the transmission tunnel for the MMI controller and system shortcut keys though, which instead sit high on the stack, less conveniently.

Because of the downsized scale of the interior, this may be difficult to spot in our photos, but the seats could also be bigger and they offer relatively little lateral and under-thigh support.

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The cabin quality is impressive for a small hatchback, although without the interior styling pack the interior is very dour. The switchgear is now showing its age, particularly since Audi launched newer models like the A4 (now offering neat touches like the Virtual Cockpit display), but at least the quality is still good and the overall design still works well; Audi kept things commendably simple with the A1 and S1's cabin.

The infotainment system does now feel a generation out of date, though, with clunky graphics and a slightly dim-witted sat-nav.

Rear seat space is tight for adult passengers, but with the option of five doors the S1 is more practical for families than many other small hot hatchbacks.

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In standard trim the cabin can be a very sombre place, but the optional Quattro interior styling pack (£1695) – which gives you the option of red or yellow seat backs and interior trim – does make a big difference. The S1 is also one of very few small hot hatches that can be specified with five doors in the form of the S1 Sportback. The extra practicality adds £735 to the price.

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‘Small hot hatches are often quite tiresome over long distances, but the S1 is refined and comfortable. It’s the most appealing everyday proposition in the small hot hatch class and its cabin quality is well beyond that of a Ford Fiesta ST or Vauxhall Corsa VXR, but you do pay for it.’ – Dan Prosser, road test editor

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