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Audi A1 Test Drive By FC Bayern Footballers!

Here’s a new episode of 2011 Audi A1 lame teasers and it’s a test drive, sort of, by German soccer players Bastian Schweinsteiger and Philipp Lahm. Of course you don’t see the car clearly in the footage, for that you have to wait for this year’s Geneva Motor Show. And obviously you don’t expect to hear anything but praise form these gentlemen! Do ya?!

Audi A1 Driving at Audi A1 Test Drive By FC Bayern Footballers!

Press Release:

It was a very special kind of secret practice: The two national soccer players Bastian Schweinsteiger and Philipp Lahm had the opportunity to test the Audi A1 to their hearts’ content – strictly shielded from the outside world inside a hall at a secret location. Before them, only the members of the management board and developers of Audi had enjoyed this opportunity. So, the answer to the question of how the small, agile Audi would be received by the Bayern players was being awaited with particularly eager anticipation.

Of course the test drive was intended to pose a sporting challenge to the two soccer stars. Therefore, the Audi Driving Experience had marked out a demanding practice course. No problem for Schweinsteiger and the A1. He handled the tight slalom course with playful ease and only reluctantly handed over the wheel to his team-mate. Philipp Lahm, too, had a lot of fun: “The A1 is small and compact, fantastically holds to the road – it simply handles well. I like it.”

Audi had invited the two players from its partner FC Bayern München to this special test drive. Schweinsteiger and Lahm took advantage of this unusual opportunity to carefully examine the design, equipment and interior of the new model from Ingolstadt. Their unanimous opinion: “A truly sporty car! It’s clearly our favorite for the next season.”
The A1 will be shown on the internet for the first time on Wednesday, February 10th.

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