Alpina has unveiled its new BMW 4 Series Coupe-based B4 BiTurbo Coupe at The Tokyo Motor Show earlier today.
Propulsion comes from a twin-turbocharged straight-six 3.0 litre engine, which delivers 306 kW (410 hp) and 600 Nm of torque to the road via a 8-speed SWITCH-TRONIC sport-automatic transmission. Performance is impressive with 100 km/h arriving in just 4.2 seconds and top speed a rather tasty 305 km/h (190 mph), while average fuel consumption works out at 7.6l/100km with 177g/km CO2 emissions.
Visually, Alpina adds an embossed front apron with lip spoiler, a boot lid spoiler, a stainless steel Akrapovic sports exhaust system and 20-inch Alpina Classic alloy wheels wrapped in Michelin Pilot Super Sport tyres.
Chassis upgrades include a front strut brace and Alpina’s adaptive sport suspension with electronically adjustable dampers, while the uprated braking system utilizes 370 mm front discs and 345 mm rear discs gripped by 4-piston and 2-piston aluminium brake calipers.
Available to purchase from May, Alpina will also offer a version with BMW’s xDrive system on LHD cars.