BMW announced its all-new 2017 model with the ALPINA B7 xDrive

BMW announced its all-new 2017 model with the ALPINA B7 xDrive

February 9, 2016: Marrying power, luxury and dynamics, BMW North America is offering a world-class driving experience with its novel 2017 MBW ALPINA B7 xDrive vehicle, the third generation of ALPINA vehicles to be offer in the U.S. 

BMW Alpina B7 xDrive 2017

The new design pairs luxury with precision for an effortless on-road comfort and performance, which features a 0-60 mph acceleration in just 3.6 seconds. 

The new 4.4 liter 8-cylinder engine with twin-turbo charging and gasoline direct injection stands at the heart of the automobile’s impressive conduct. To ensure ultimate driving dynamism and safety, the new model pairs the advanced suspension and chassis technology with a novel Integral Active Steering system. 

The signature BMW xDrive intelligent all-wheel-drive system, coupled with ALPINA calibration, offers maximum traction and control, while Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires enhance agility, direct handling and precise steering. 

BMW Alpina B7 xDrive interior 2017

BMW ALPINA B7 brings all its high-end operating systems under an aerodynamic exterior, with the front and rear spoiler striking a harmonious balance and emphasized the vehicle’s commanding presence. High-end Nappa leather, comfort seats, soft close doors, timeless piano lacquer and ceramic inserts on selected control elements guarantee that the spacious interior add to the model’s exquisiteness.   

The 2017 MBW ALPINA B7 will be available at selected dealerships come September 2016, with price to be announced close to launch.


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