Filed under: Luxury Cars & Autos
BMW's M line of performance vehicles have earned a well-deserved reputation among enthusiasts as some of the best driving machines around, but the division's products currently extend only to the German automaker's nimbler offerings. Enter Alpina to fill in the gap with the new B7 Bi-Turbo. Based on the new flagship 7 Series sedan, the Alpina version upgrades with a revised twin-turbo V8 engine to drive 507 horsepower through a revised suspension with bigger wheels and a custom leather and wood interior. Prices have yet to be released, but are expected to reach comfortably into six figures. We stopped by the Geneva Motor Show to see it for ourselves and bring you the photographs in the gallery below.
Gallery: Geneva 2009: BMW Alpina B7 Bi-Turbo