BMW's famed ti badge

is back

BMW 128ti
BMW 128ti front static
BMW 128ti side action
BMW 128ti rear action
BMW 128ti badge
BMW 128ti front seats
BMW 128ti cockpit

AFTER an absence of more than two decades, BMW's legendary ‘ti' model designation returns with the new BMW 128ti - the first time the badge has graced a front wheel drive model.

The 128ti comes with M Sport specification as standard with such features as a Torsen limited-slip differential, specially tuned M Sport suspension, optimised eight-speed Steptronic Sport automatic transmission and a two-litre, 265hp, twin-turbo engine capable of launching the car from standstill to 60mph in 6.1 seconds and on to a maximum of 155mph.

With an advanced drivetrain, lowered M-Sport suspension that includes the anti-roll bars and brakes of the flagship BMW M135i xDrive, it also features a sporty exterior and driver-focused interior that boasts exclusive details to distinguish it from other BMW 1 Series variants. It is also around 80kg lighter than the BMW M135i xDrive. As well as distinctive M-Sport front and rear aprons the 128ti adds specific additional trim, such as the outer air intakes carried over from the front apron of the flagship BMWM135i xDrive and exclusive exterior colour highlights and trim features.

The interior features red accents on the seats, steering wheel and panel stitching. Standard equipment also includes M door sill strips seat belts. Boston backlit trim strips are standard whilst the Berlin trim is available as an alternative.

The new BMW 128ti is due for launch next month and will be priced from £32,995.

LATEST BMW NEWS

A NEW baby BMW is hitting the streets with the arrival of the third generation...

Read more View article

THE BMW 1 Series is about the size of a Ford Focus and is the cheapest way to...

Read more View article

THESE images may not tell you an awful lot about the final design of the new...

Read more View article

LATEST NEWS

Google+