News: Alpina D3 Biturbo - Slightly improved for the premiere

The revamped Alpina D3 Biturbo is celebrating its world premiere at the International Motor Show IAA (17 to 27, September).

The revamped Alpina D3 Biturbo is celebrating its world premiere at the International Motor Show IAA (17 to 27, September). The sedan and the Touring called estate version continue to rely on a dual-turbocharged inline six-cylinder diesel with 257 kW / 350 PS and 700 Newton meters torque.

The Alpina is however - unlike the 335d base engine BMW - Can also be combined with pure rear-wheel drive. The sedan is even only available with rear-wheel drive.

The sedan and the Touring called estate version continue to rely on a dual-turbocharged inline six-cylinder diesel with 257 kW / 350 PS and 700 Newton meters torque.
The sedan and the Touring called estate version continue to rely on a dual-turbocharged inline six-cylinder diesel with 257 kW / 350 PS and 700 Newton meters torque.

Externally, the Alpina D3 biturbo was only subtly changed. Like the production model of the 3er, the Buchloer model also receives new aprons at the front and rear, as well as new headlights and LED taillights. Restraint was also announced when updating the interior. In the interior, operating and design elements have been revised.

The D3 biturbo accelerates in 4,6 seconds to Tempo 100. The maximum speed is Alpina with 274 or 276 km / h. The consumption is to be in the rear-wheel drive sedan on average 5,3 liters on 100 kilometers, the four-wheel drive wagon needs 0,1 more liters.

Author: Adele Moser / SP-X

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