Audi A1: city slacker
There’s been plenty of hype around Audi’s A1, not a little of it coming from Audi itself. We take the new city runabout for a spin in Berlin
Posted: 03 Sep 2010
So we swing by the high-rise of Potsdamer Platz. In the middle, dwarfed by it all, is a little green iron clock tower with traffic lights on top, the first to be installed in Continental Europe, for the square was the centre of Berlin in the Cabaret era of the Twenties heyday of the Weimar Republic. It was flattened as no-man's-land in the wall era, and, strange to say, much of the modern development was done by the property subsidiary of Daimler Benz.