The Alpina company unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show 2013 B3 Bi-Turbo sedan and wagon based on the new BMW 3-series (F30), which have become more powerful and faster than their predecessors. Externally, the car is easily recognizable by the trademark stripes on the sides of the body, a new front bumper, a spoiler on the trunk lid, four branch pipes of the exhaust system and 20-inch wheel disks Alpina Classic, “shod” in the low-profile tires Michelin Pilot Super Sport. Under the hood, the new Alpina B3 Bi-Turbo 2013 is located 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine, whose output increased to 410 hp and a peak torque of 600 Nm, and 550 of them are available in a range from 2200 to 5200 rev/min. Engine mated to a 8-speed automatic ZF, transmitting traction on the rear axle, although in some markets can be ordered and all-wheel drive version of the Alpina B3. From zero to hundred kilometers per hour the novelty accelerates in just 4.2 seconds. (all-wheel drive version makes it exactly 4.0 seconds) and top speed of 305 km/h. Average fuel consumption in the combined cycle is 7.6 liters per hundred. In addition, the new Alpina B3 Bi-Turbo flaunts adaptive sports suspension with four modes of operation, enhanced brakes with painted blue calipers and the exhaust system from Akrapovic with a controllable valve. Inside, the sports steering wheel and fitted leather seats and are branded door sill covers and floor mats. The specialists of the company are ready to design the interior Alpina B3 with the wishes of the customer. Information about the price of a novelty yet.