AZNOM BLADE & GOLDIE: THE A1 FOR HIM AND FOR HER
In 2011 the Aznom Automotive company produced two special versions of the Audi A1
For those who do not know it, Aznom Srl is a company in Monza that deals with making leather items inspired by the world of cars and which also has a special department for the production of special fittings for cars.
A sports bag produced by Aznom Srl
The cars, for Aznom Automotive, are intended as real clothes and to mark this in 2011 they created a male and female variant of the Audi A1.
The male variant was the Blade and incorporated as engine the 105 hp four-cylinder TDI 1.6 managed by a five-speed manual transmission combined with front-wheel drive.
Externally, the vehicle is recognizable by its two-tone paint on a red base, with uprights, rear hatch and roof painted in matt anthracite, while the rear-view mirrors have a carbon-fiber cover.
Inside the passenger compartment we find the carbon around the air vents and the seats are in black leather with red stitching, with the central part covered in black Starlight Alcantara.
Included in the price there is also a sports bag made of the same materials used for the interiors.
The female variant instead received the name of Goldie and was equipped with the four-cylinder TSFI 1.4 122 hp engine managed by a seven-speed S-Tronic automatic transmission combined with front-wheel drive.
The bodywork has a two-tone paint that contrasts with the white-colored uprights and roof with violet metallic reflections on the white base, then reproduced on the rear-view mirrors and on the details of the front and rear bumpers.
In the passenger compartment the seats and door panels are covered with a special golden technical fabric combined with calfskin finished with damask details.
Always included in the price there is a travel bag produced with the same materials as the interior.
I remain of the view that making differentiation for women's cars and men's cars is a great bullshit and all this confirms it because I would take the Goldie to the Blade (I have a weakness for damask details). And which one would you choose?
Thank you to Valentina Zanola and Alessandro Renesis for the cooperation
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