In the past we've written about the German tuning firm Pogea Racing. Today we bring what the firm calls the A-Force One. At the heart of this tuned vehicle lies an Audi A1 that's undergone some power upgrades that involve a special ECU remapping to break the VW-enforced password protected software system on the control unit. Pogea has successfully disabled this feature.
The performance enhancement comes in the form of a power boost on the 1.4-liter TSI, giving it a total output of 154-horsepower and 196 lb-ft of torque. The top speed limiter has been lifted too so that this A1 can now go up to 152 mph. Pogea has also included a custom-made sport exhaust system that features a front and rear silencer and two stainless steel 76 mm tailpipes with laser engravings. All this is included in the firm's Stage I tuning. Stage II sees more electronics works and some suspension modifications.