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Old 15th June 2010, 20:44   #1
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The new B5 BiTurbo

will be shown at Goodwood.



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Old 16th June 2010, 10:09   #2
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whoaa, nice find Orjan

Frontbumper looks pretty aggressive, what happened to the ALPINA understatement?
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Looks great! Hope it will become an icon as the good old BT is now!
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Well, sadly there are not many cars made these days that will become an ICON like that in the future. Plain fact :-(
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I always see the older gen of this car around my area - wowza!
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First official illustration of the new F10 BMW ALPINA B5 BiTurbo

First official illustration of the new F10 BMW ALPINA B5

First official illustration of the new F10 BMW ALPINA B5

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"New BMW ALPINA B5 Bi-Turbo to be unveiled at the Goodwood Festival Of Speed!
Spanning over six generations, ALPINA has continuously produced highly successful automobiles based on the BMW 5 Series.

A blend of luxurious performance, elegant styling, sporty handling and exclusivity, have afforded each generation a dedicated following.

The new BMW ALPINA B5 Bi-Turbo smartly packages these qualities into a fresh, modern and dynamic design, creating a new high performance saloon with best-in-class economy.

What better way to catch a first glimpse of the new B5 Bi-Turbo than during the 2010 Goodwood Festival Of Speed, where ALPINA will unveil the car for the very first time. See the car close-up in the Supercar Paddock, visit the ALPINA stand or be one of the very first to test drive (by appointment only)!

We look forward to seeing you at the Goodwood Moving Motor Show and Festival Of Speed! (01-04 July 2010)

More information: www.goodwood.co.uk"
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No foglights it looks like (good)!
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*ahem* This is a repost, your board majesty

The new B5 BiTurbo

Maybe you could merge the two threads?
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Very nice car - and for me it will be also very exciting, because until now M-cars and Alpina-cars were always different concepts:

E28M5 na vs E28 Alpina B7 Turbo and B7S Turbo

E34M5 na vs E34 Alpina B10 BiTurbo

E39M5 5,0L na vs E39 Alpina B10V8 4,6L na and B10V8S 4,8L na

E60M5 V10 na vs E60 Alpina B5 Biturbo V8


now:

F10M5 4,4L V8 Biturbo vs F10 Alpina B5 4,4L (?) V8 Biturbo


so which one will be the better one?
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