BMW Alpina B3 S Biturbo: New Video for the 440-HP twin

It is also available in the current Generation F30 no M3 Touring, you can forget with views of the BMW Alpina B3 S Biturbo F31 quickly. The Power-combination of Buchloe offers everything you could hope for from the not offered Pendant from Garching, Germany, and a little more. The stately space of the BMW 3-series Touring, the Alpina B3 S combined with the Performance of a 440-horsepower in-line six-cylinder and a decidedly sporty-tuned suspension with sufficient residual comfort. However, he remains visually restrained, he noticed that nowhere negative.

The same recipe for success to use the Buchloer for the B3 S Biturbo Limousine F30, which is different from a technical point of view, from the station wagon F31. In a new Video, we must look at the two BMW 3 series derivatives from the Allgäu in a little duel between friends on the shoulder. Alpina do not hesitate to let the two fully everyday, middle-class athletes in the light Drift out of tight turns, accelerate and make your driving fun to hint at potential.

Thanks to 440 horsepower and 660 Newton meters of torque to the rear, a load-driven variants of Alpina B3 S Limousine and Touring at any time to Play along the static friction limit. Those who trust rather to the traction of four driven wheels, you can resort to the four-wheel drive models with an Alpina modified xDrive variant.

With a time of 4.0 seconds from standstill to 100 km/h, the B3’s all-wheel drive sedan is the fastest derivative, a tenth of a second behind it follows the all-wheel-Touring – each with 4.3 seconds, the rear-wheel drive are anything but slow. Depending on the variant, the maximum speed between 306 and 298 km/h, with the sedan with rear-wheel drive, the top and the all-wheel drive station wagon is the tail light.

Exactly how the Wallpaper will look (see below) is also the new Video of the BMW Alpina B3 S Biturbo, created on the timmelsjoch high Alpine road.

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