Alpina has announced pricing for its B5 Touring and XD3, as it continues its rollout in Australia.
Power comes from a 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 engine making 447kW and 800Nm, put to the road through all four wheels and an eight-speed ZF automatic transmission.
The 100km/h sprint takes just 3.7 seconds, and the Touring will comfortably top 300km/h (322km/h, to be precise) given a long enough stretch of racetrack. Or road, if you're in Germany.
Standard equipment includes a set of 20-inch Alpina Classic alloy wheels, nappa leather, four-zone climate control, and Comfort Seats. You also get a digital driver display, rear-wheel steering, and a stainless steel exhaust with quad pipes.
Options are numerous and pricey. Massaging seats are worth $1866, remote parking is $943, a rear-seat entertainment system $4336, and a Bowers & Wilkins stereo $8766. Want a Lavalina leather interior? You'll need to stump between $12,252 and $22,244.
Over to the XD3, which kicks off at $109,900 before on-road costs. Powered by a 3.0-litre twin-turbo diesel inline-six, the XD3 makes 245kW and 700Nm. That's good for a 4.9-second sprint to 100km/h, making the XD3 just 0.1 seconds slower than the BMW X3 M40i off the line.
It'll arrive during the second quarter of 2019.
It rides on 20-inch alloy wheels and adaptive dampers as standard, while the driver and passenger sit in heated sports seats. The driver clasps a heated steering wheel, too.
We've contacted Alpina for more details on the options list, but the XD3 will come with the full array of exterior add-ons (front spoiler, side skirts, rear valance, quad pipes) you'd expect of an Alpina. Heated sports seats, a heated steering wheel, harman/kardon audio, a build plate and BMW Professional Navigation are all standard.
2019 Alpina B5, XD3 pricing
- Alpina B5 Sedan - $210,000
- Alpina B5 Touring - $217,000
- Alpina XD3 - $109,900
All prices exclude on-road costs.