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wp BMW ALPINA B7 BiTurbo Limousine Long The debut of the long-awaited ALPINA flagship model based on the BMW 7 series (F02) in Japan. The world’s fastest Grand Limousine that combines dynamics and comfort distinguishes itself through exquisite handling and truly neutral steering characteristics also offers a wide spectrum of driving pleasure as to be unheard in its class. The standard model is the Limousine. The long-wheel base is available as option.
  BMW ALPINA D3 BiTurbo Limousine The D3 Bi-Turbo was long awaited by ALPINA fans in Japan. Two different sized turbo-chargers breathe on its 4 cylinder, 2.0-litre diesel power unit derived from the BMW 123d, which yields 450 Nm (45.9kgm) of torque at 2000rpm-2500rpm and a maximum power output of 214ps / 4,100rpm. With these performance figures the D3 is operating in V8 engine territory, or amongst large-displacement six-cylinder diesel engines. In view of current discussions the D3 BiTurbo is a sports diesel that combines low emissions and low fuel consumption with high-level performance.
  BMW ALPINA D3 BiTurbo Touring The D3 BiTurbo Touring that features the same performance data as the Limousine promises economical proficiency and Sports Diesel driving pleasure combined with generous space and functional usability for a large variety of purposes. A coupe body version is also available. The D3 BiTurbo is limited to 150 cars in Japan.
  BMW ALPINA B3 BiTurbo Cabrio The B3 BiTurbo, based on the BMW 3 series (E93) 335i, uses super lightweight and extremely endurable pistons. While the displacement of the 6 in-line engine remains, two turbo chargers breathe on the power unit and it achieves an output of 370 PS and 500 Nm of torque. The top speed of the hardtop Cabrio is 280 km/h and it accelerates from 0-100km/h in 5 seconds. The Limousine body is the standard version. Coupe, Cabrio, Touring and 4WD Touring are offered as optional models.  
  BMW ALPINA B6 GT3 ALPINA returned to racing after 20 years of absence from motor sports and entered the FIA GT3 European Championship in 2009 with the ALPINA B6 GT3. The racing car that is based on the sporty and elegant BMW ALPINA B6S captured its first victory in August at the ADAC GT Masters series on the famous Nuerburgring. The standard base model of the B6 S is a Coupe. The Cabrio body is available as option.