Starting tomorrow, the all-new Audi A1 will be available in Germany for a test drive. Audi is also sending the cars to most other European countries, so if you’re in Europe, expect the car to be sitting on German showrooms within the next two weeks.

Audi ensures us that the tiny A1 is no budget model, but aimed at the likes of BMW’s MINI brand. Audi says they’ve received a surprisingly high demand for the new car, and as a result, will be increasing the expected annual production run of 100,000 by 20%. In fact, they’re hoping they’ll have as many as 50,000 units roll off the assembly line by the end of 2010.

The A1 initially gets three engines – a 1.2 TFSI, the 1.4 TFSI and the 1.6 TDI – all three getting turbochargers, direct injection, and Audi’s fuel-saving engine start/stop system.

Check out more photos of the Audi A1 below:

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