The engine will carry forward with the same 2.0L inline-4 and a Twin Power Turbo setup. Mated to an efficient 8-speed Steptronic automatic transmission., making 228 hp and more than adequate 258 lb-ft of torque. Thanks to turbocharging and a relatively light vehicle, fuel economy is respectable for the segment, with an EPA estimate of 26 combined mpg in the front-wheel drive sDrive28i. Should buyers want all-wheel drive, that is available as well in the xDrive28i at a $2,000 premium. The BMW X1 is offered in a well-equipped base version. Though there are still plenty of options and packages available to further enhance the vehicle. Highlights on the standard equipment list include power front seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio and cruise control functions, a 7-speaker stereo, electronically adjustable heated exterior mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, automatic headlights, dynamic cruise control, 18-inch wheels and tires, an 8.8-inch monitor, fog lamps, an automatic tailgate, Bluetooth, and an alarm. Options on the BMW X1 xDrive28i are plentiful. The navigation system has a heads-up display function, allowing it to project data directly onto the windshield. A 12-speaker Harman/Kardon sound system iDrive infotainment complete an already jam packed full of options into this X1 all-wheel drive model upgrade. Overall this car is equipped with the best-in-class active and passive safety tech to keep you safe at all times. Some of the key features include: standard forward-collision warning, standard lane-departure warning, standard automatic high-beam headlamps, tire pressure monitor, traction control, stability control, rear parking aid, and Pedestrian detection.