As we all know Alpina Burkard Bovensiepen Gmbh is a manufacturer of cars that based its operations in the models that BMW manufactures. Its resemblance and chassis are the same, but the goodies that adds them (focused on improving his sportsmanship and dynamic behaviour) are so good that it exceeds (though barely) to the best creations carrying the brand of the propeller.
The German House is take the impending Geneva Auto show the version wagon or family Alpina B5. To make it public have hung a pair of videos in your has official of Facebook in which can see rolling to the model with a dense layer of camouflage. Obviously its exterior design will not change much compared to the BMW model but a good secure dynamic model qualities will be much higher.
According to what we know and we can see in the video the new Alpina B5 bi-turbo will feature the Tourer bodywork of the BMW 5 series (model sedan also will be). You will also (do not know whether standard or as an option) with the reputed xDrive AWD system. As icing to the Assembly expect Alpina tightening the engine V8 biturbo 4.4 litres displacement up to the 600 HP and 800 Nm of torque.
If so, would that Alpina B5 wagon would mark the zero to sixty kilometers per hour in a few spectacular 4.2 seconds and reach a maximum speed (not limited) of 328 kilometers per hour. However this would not be the only mechanics who could reach the Alpina B5 bi-turbo, as it could also count with a diesel cycle.
In this case , would be called D5, but do not know if it will be also presented formally in Geneva or will arrive in another important event on the calendar. In this case, mechanics that would use should be the 3-liter bi-turbo that should have at least 345 horsepower and about 700 Nm of torque. With this mechanics would mark a maximum speed in 275 kilometers (not limited) time and a zero to sixty in a magnificent 5.1 seconds.
Both models we don’t have final prices, but surely the firm will reveal them, along with more technical details, in Geneva. We them will bring you all when they are official.
Source – Alpine