Alpina BMW D3 Biturbo

The numbers 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 summarize the key data of the D3 Bi-Turbo like pearls on a chain: Vmax 278km/h, 257kW (350hp), 4.6s from 0-100km/h, 5.3l/100 km (139g/km CO2), EU6, 700Nm.

The first D3 to come out of Buchloe appeared in 2005 as a turbocharged, 2-liter in-line four cylinder model, and delivered a number of surprises – it was not the first diesel to wear the ALPINA badge, but it was unusual for ALPINA not to lead the performance table and instead go with an engine that albeit extremely economical had a small displacement. This D3 later advanced to become the Bi-Turbo, acquiring significantly more driving culture and performance in the process. Together with an extensive range of body styles and the typical harmonious interaction of performance, poise and handling, this model became the highest selling BMW ALPINA to date, with a total of over 2000 vehicles delivered.

The D3 Bi-Turbo presented at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show is a logical and consistent step: the extremely successful and proven straight-six 3-liter diesel with Bi-Turbo charging, known from the D5 Bi-Turbo and most recently also the XD3, now finds its way into the new and multi-award winning BMW 3 Series.

With the BMW ALPINA D3 Bi-Turbo, ALPINA is once again setting the benchmark, combining extraordinary performance and excellent efficiency with familiar ALPINA virtues appreciated by our customers worldwide.

Source: Alpina Press

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