Used 2012 BMW 7 Series ALPINA B7 LWB Sedan
- Body Style: Sedan
- Model Code: 127H
- Engine: Turbocharged Gas V8 4.4L/268
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive Type: RWD
- Ext. Color: Black
- Mileage: 31,963
- Stock #: 33858
- VIN WBAKB8C59CC448004
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We proudly offer this very rare limited edition B-7 Alpina with a msrp today over 140k
It is a 1 owner it has a mere 31k actual miles it is in incredible condition and will put you in shear ecstasy on your 1 st drive .
The B7 is based on the BMW 750i and the 750Li and uses a modified version of its 4.4-litre N63 twin-turbocharged V8 engine. The modifications include large 44 mm (2 in) Honeywell turbochargers, reinforced cylinder heads, NGK spark plugs, high strength MAHLE pistons and an Alpina specific ECU. The maximum boost pressure of the turbochargers is increased to 14.5 psi. These modifications allow the engine to generate a power output of 507 PS (373 kW; 500 hp) at 5,500 rpm and 700 N?m (516 lb?ft) of torque. The maximum torque is generated at 3,000 rpm, 1,250 rpm less than the previous model. To cope with the extra heat from the engine, an additional radiator, external engine and transmission oil-coolers, a high performance 1,000 watt fan (shared with the 760i) and larger intercoolers with large diameter water lines were installed.
The engine was mated to a modified version of the 6-speed ZF 6HP26 TUe automatic transmission used in the 750i. Modifications to the transmission include reinforced drive-shafts and half-shafts along with a stiffer iron differential case. The transmission has a manual shifting mode which allows the driver to change gears via two buttons behind the steering wheel. The car was available in rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive drivetrains.
The suspension system was modified by stiffening the spring rates by 20 percent, reducing the front and rear ride height by 15 mm (0.6 in) and 10 mm (0.4 in) respectively and by modifying the stability and traction control settings.
The brakes were shared with the high security 760Li and were the largest brakes fitted to an Alpina automobile.
The B7 was available with 21-inch Alpina multi-spoke alloy wheels wrapped in tires measuring 245/35 at the front and 285/30 at the rear. Only the rear-wheel-drive models were available with Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 tires. Other exterior changes include unique exhaust tips, an integrated front spoiler in the front bumper along with additional brake cooling ducts, a rear valance and a rear lip spoiler. The rear spoiler was claimed to reduce lift by 15 percent while the front spoiler was claimed to reduce lift by 30 percent.
The interior of the car had illuminated sill plaques, Lavalina leather upholstery, piano black or burle myrtle wood trim and Alpina logos and badges along with an Alpina instrument cluster. The driving modes were the same as in the 750i.
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The price for this vehicle as equipped does not include charges such as: License, Title, Registration Fees, State or Local Taxes, Finance Charges, Credit Investigation, Optional Credit Insurance, Physical Damage or Liability Insurance, Delivery Fees, or a negotiable $150 Documentary Fee. Any and all differences must be addressed prior to the sale of this vehicle.