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BMW X7: 2021 Alpina XB7 price and specs
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29th Jun 2020
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BMW X7: 2021 Alpina XB7 price and specs

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Liam Murphy
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29th Jun 2020
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BMW X7: 2021 Alpina XB7 price and specs

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2020 Alpina B3 sedan confirmed for Australia
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8th Dec 2019
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2020 Alpina B3 sedan confirmed for Australia

The Alpina B3 sedan has been confirmed for Australia, with sales set to commence during the second half of 2020 around the same time as the B3 Touring. With the local launch still half a year away, Alpina has yet to announce pricing or specifications for the car. Under the bonnet the B3 has a version of the 'S58' 3.0-litre twin-turbo straight-six engine that will be used in the next-generation BMW M3.
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2020 Alpina B3 Touring revealed: Still want that M3 wagon?
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11th Sep 2019
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2020 Alpina B3 Touring revealed: Still want that M3 wagon?

Alpina has revealed its latest worked-over BMW, the B3 Touring, with sights set on filling a void BMW M has consistently refused to fill. Based on the garden-variety 3 Series Touring, the B3 Touring is powered by an S58 3.0-litre inline-six turbocharged petrol engine making 340kW and 700Nm. That means it's actually the first 3 Series to get the M3's new engine. It's put to all four wheels through an eight-speed ZF automatic transmission.
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Scott Collie
2020 Alpina B7 xDrive revealed
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12th Feb 2019
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2020 Alpina B7 xDrive revealed

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James Wong
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12th Feb 2019
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2020 Alpina B7 xDrive revealed

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James Wong
Alpina: Electric power unlikely for foreseeable future
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15th May 2018
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Alpina: Electric power unlikely for foreseeable future

Alpina isn't in any hurry to adopt electrified powertrains, arguing its customers want big-capacity engines from their cars rather than plug-in hybrids or battery-electric vehicles. Speaking with media at an event in Melbourne this week, Andreas Bovensiepen, Alpina's CEO and son of the brand's founder, said its owners are still attached to old-fashioned characteristics in their cars.
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