It’s not an M3, but the B3’s gentler approach might be the more compelling one.
It might not look it, but Alpina’s first three-row is one of the quickest SUVs on the market.
Want a car that will do 0–100km/h in under 5.0 seconds and get you from Melbourne to Sydney in one tank? Meet the Alpina XD3.
There are few faster, more comfortable ways to haul a family around than the Alpina B5 Touring.
The fastest production wagon in the world is here. We get behind the wheel for the first time of the 2019 Alpina B5 Touring.
It's a storied German BMW tuner, but does the Alpina B5 live up to its proud reputation, or is it too soft?
For lovers of hi-po German cars, there’s good news coming in 2019 as Alpina is ramping up its Australian activity, ready to unleash two of the most unlikely missiles you’ll find on our roads.
Like most young German engineering students, Burkard Bovensiepen was into cars and while he was working for his family’s typewriter business, Alpina, all he could think about was making his car go faster. The Munich-based student noticed the amount of empty space in the engine bay of his BMW 1500 at the same time as he realised it needed more power...
Individuality matters as mass market sameness turns Australia’s collective carpark into a seething mass of silver SUV sameness. So how can you stand out from the pack? With something subtle like the Alpina B4 S, of course.
If you need to get rid of almost $400,000 and want the automotive equivalent of a velvet sledgehammer, the Alpina B7 may be the limousine for you.
James finds himself a unicorn – a 301kW BMW 3-Series wagon. We drive the 2017 Alpina B3 Touring.