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Alpina: X7-based mule spied, Australian arm interested
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18th Nov 2019
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Alpina: X7-based mule spied, Australian arm interested

Darcy Foster • Alpina has its eye on an upcoming BMW X7-based model for Australia, based on the success of its smaller XD3. The mid-sized XD3 SUV, which launched locally earlier this year as a rival to the Audi SQ5, has seen “good initial interest” locally, according to an Alpina Australia spokesperson. “It’s natural that we will seriously consider any further SUV options that are made available in [right-hand drive],” the spokesperson told CarAdvice.
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2020 Alpina B3 Touring confirmed for Australia
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15th Oct 2019
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2020 Alpina B3 Touring confirmed for Australia

Alpina will bring the B3 Touring to Australia during the second half of 2020, offering enough power to scare M3 Competition drivers in a practical wagon body. Based on the regular 3 Series Touring, the B3 Touring is powered by an 'S58' 3.0-litre inline-six turbocharged petrol engine making 340kW and 700Nm.
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2020 Alpina XB7/XD7 spied
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6th Aug 2019
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2020 Alpina XB7/XD7 spied

Photographers have snapped a BMW X7-based prototype believed to be the upcoming Alpina XB7 or XD7, ahead of a potential debut at the Frankfurt motor show in September. It's no secret the tuning firm is working on a new model based on BMW's three-row SUV – Alpina's boss confirmed it last month – and this development vehicle is our clearest look yet.
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Alpina B7 drag races C63 S, RS6 - video
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19th Apr 2018
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Alpina B7 drag races C63 S, RS6 - video

It's no secret the Alpina B7 is seriously fast, but this latest video shows just how fast the twin-turbo luxury yacht on wheels really is. Based on the BMW 7 Series, the Alpina B7 features a 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 pumping out 447kW of power and 800Nm of torque, sent to the rear wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission.
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