The BMW 128ti has a 2.0-liter petrol engine which produces 262 horsepower (195 kilowatts)
BMW is officially returning the Turismo sports package. This package was first introduced in the 60s with the 1800TI model, followed by the 2000TI and 2002TI models and in the 90s as the 323ti Compact and 325ti Compact models.
Unlike its predecessors, the 128ti sends its power to the front wheels while using several M135i xDrive upgrades. The BMW 128ti has a 2.0-liter gasoline engine that produces 262 horsepower (195 kilowatts). This engine makes the 128th reaches the speed from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in 6.2 seconds and the maximum at 250km/h.
The thing that many car enthusiasts have not liked is that BMW will only offer this model with eight-speed automatic Steptronic Sport, without the manual option and there will be fake engine noise.
The new 128th will be offered in Europe starting next month at a price of 42,574 euros.