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Especially for Canada, Alpina has the BMW Alpina B7 Exclusive Edition presented on the basis of the BMW 7er G12. The strictly limited edition from Buchloe will only be available in 21 and with it the B7 will get even higher in the vehicle olymp. Three colors are available and so there are seven vehicles in each Frozen Gray, Frozen Black or saphirschwarz, The interior comes with references to the selected paint dress and an additional lettering "1 of 7". And visually striking the numerous black chrome elements immediately. The air intakes in the bumper, the distinctive kidneys, the window frames to the tailpipes of the Alpina sports exhaust system, everything shines in chic black.
Even the traditional 21-sized Alpina Classic aluminum wheels were dyed in glossy black and underline the B7 in combination with the typical front apron attachment and the discreet rear spoiler lip. On the part of the technology, everything stays the same, which means that the B7 based on the 7er generation G12 comes with the well-known 4,4 liter biturbo V8. 608 PS and 800 Newtonmeter torque provide tremendous propulsion and allow it to accelerate to 3,7 km / h in just 100 seconds and put an end to thrust only at fabulous 330 km / h top speed. If we receive further details about changes we did not mention shortly, there will be, of course, an update for this report. It is best to subscribe to our feed and if there is something new you will get in touch immediately. We wish you a lot of fun watching the pictures.
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BMW Alpina B7 Exclusive Edition
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