People who like to dabble in the used luxury car market might want to take a good look at the fifth-gen 7-Series.
The 2020 Alpina B7 should premiere next year, after the facelifted 7-Series shows its new face in Geneva.
BMW’s recalling its previous-gen flagship to reprogram the ECUs on those big V12s.
Both flagships feature six-cylinder twin-turbo engines and all-wheel drive, but only one can be the winner.
The 2020 Alpina B7 will feature a more aggressive design than the standard model.
This is a 2001 750iL model, powered by a massive 5.4-liter V12 petrol engine.
This paint job is available through BMW Individual and has been known to appear on various Rolls-Royce models as well.
This Alpine White 2008 Alpina B7 is based on a BMW model that everyone loves to hate.
It’s nice to see that you can have your 7-Series in any color you’d like, though this is a bit too much for us.
Obviously, you can’t go wrong with any of them, but in the end one is better than the rest.
The Japanese tuner has chosen a comprehensive, and non-too-subtle, body kit for the 7er.
When it comes to comfort, German cars reign supreme.