The new BMW ALPINA D3 Bi-Turbo sets entirely new standards of performance and efficiency in its segment – all in the familiar, harmonious ALPINA style.
The numbers 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 summarise the key data of the new D3 Bi-Turbo like pearls on a chain: Vmax 278 km/h, 350 bhp, 4.6 s from 0-100 km/h, 5.3 l/100 km (139 g/km CO2), EU6, 700 Nm.
The first D3 to come out of Buchloe appeared in 2005 as a turbocharged, 2-litre in-line four cylinder model, and … CONTINUED
The BMW 4 Series has landed in Canada and we get our first look at the F32 4 Series versus F30 3 Series M Sport, as well as a Glacier Silver M Sport.
Alpina has released the first details of its 2014 Alpina D3 Bi-Turbo, which will join the B3 Bi-Turbo as the newest F3x based Alpina offering. The D3 is set to make its debut at the 2013 Frankfurt IAA show beginning next week.
For the 2014 D3, Alpina utilizes the same powerplant which powers the XD3 and D5 – an inline six-cylinder twin turbo motor. It outpouts 345 HP (257kw) and 516 lb-ft (700 Nm) torque. 0-62mph (100kmh) can be covered by the D3 in 4.6 seconds, … CONTINUED
The BMW F30/F31 Club of Taiwan met in force recently in the city of Taichung. They’ve shared their event photos with us. And yes, they like white cars in Taiwan
Chris Harris test and flogs the Alpine B3 F30 biturbo on the road and track. Verdict? See inside.
Two dozen F30 owners recently attended this owner meet in Hong Kong. 1x Red, 1x Grey, 2x Blue, 6x Black, 14x White were in attendance.
Check out the sweet photos.
Check out the results of a head-on collision between an F30 3 series and an SUV… providing a testament to BMW Safety.
Have a look and listen at a real life installed F30 335i Akrapovic Evolution exhaust system.
Check out Vossen’s Bumblebee F30 335i.
Top Gear online reviews the F30 Alpina B3 sedan with its N54 engine.
EPA has released official fuel economy ratings for the 2014 328d for the U.S. market.
RWD: 32 City / 45 Highway
AWD: 31 City / 43 Highway
The study is based on thefts entered in the National Crime Information Center database.
BMW shows up in second place with its 3 series, and again sixth place with the 5 Series in the study, which looks at thefts of 2010 to 2012 model year cars across the country.
See the complete luxury vehicle theft report and the background data.
The most-stolen list:
1. Mercedes-Benz C Class
2. BMW 3 Series
3. Infiniti G
4. Mercedes-Benz E-Class
5. Cadillac CTS
6. BMW 5 Series
7. Lincoln MKZ
8. Acura TSX
9. Lexus IS
10. Mercedes-Benz S-Class