BMW Launches X1 xDrive28i TwinPower Turbo
This week, BMW presented their new generation of 2.0-liter petrol power units by launching the X1 xDrive28i TwinPower Turbo that is equipped with a 4-cylinder engine that outputs 245 hp (180 kW) and 350 Nm of torque. With this hardware configuration, the X1 does the 0-60 mph sprint in 6.1 seconds with the help of the manual transmission and 6.5 second with the automatic gearbox. BMW said that this new model does 35.7 mpg combined and a CO2 emissions level of 183 g/km.
This new generation of the engine is fitted with an all-aluminum crankcase, a high Precision Injection direct petrol injection system that has solenoid injectors, a high-performance twin-scroll turbocharging system as well as the proprietary VALVETRONIC variable valve control system. The X1 xDrive28i TwinPower Turbo is offered with BMW’s xDrive AWD system and will also be available with the M sports package. In addition, this X1 version comes as standard with DSC – Dynamic Stability Control which reduces the risks of under- and oversteering.
As standard, the X1 is fitted with a 6-speed manual transmission and for extra money; the X1 can be equipped with an 8-speed automatic gearbox. This BMW can be purchased with a sports leather steering wheel or an M-badge steering wheel, both of them being available with shift paddles for manually switching the gears.
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