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2024 BMW Alpina B7: Will There Be a 2024 Alpina B7? – It’s time to end an era for one of the most prestigious cars of performance in the world. Alpina will be saying goodbye to the B7 model based on the BMW 7 Series in the process of ensuring that the Bavarian firm moves from G11/12 to the brand-new G70 generation. The company’s decision is that Alpina which is owned by BMW isn’t planning an upgrade for its go-fast luxurious cruiser.
Alpina Belgium has announced that the final B7 was built as well as “the era of the BMW Alpina B7 is coming to an end in the Alpina automobile manufactory.” The German automaker isn’t saying it explicitly, but from the announcement, it’s clear that there’s a feeling that no replacement for the car is yet being designed. Alpina will even take a retro review of the luxury automobile by stating that it is looking “back at the fascinating automobiles which came about in Buchloe on the basis of the BMW 7 Series”
In the latest G70 version of the 7 Series, it seems Buchloe’s firm won’t get access to this platform in order to make upgrades to performance and luxurious features. The brand-new Bavarian top model, which comes in electric and combustion versions went into production in July of this year. Sales are set to begin in the fall of this year. BMW has begun to manufacture the electric drive parts of the i7 on its own at the Dingolfing plant in which as many as 500,000 electric cars can be built annually.
Alpina unexpectedly shut down the manufacturing of BMW’s 7 Series-based B7 and marked the end of the line of this luxurious luxury vehicle that was in production for more than six generations.
The announcement was announced via Facebook following the day that the final 2022 Alpina B7 rolled off the production line. There is no indication that there will be a brand-new model of the car is being made.
“With the latest change in the BMW G11/12 series to the G70 generation, the era of the BMW ALPINA B7 is coming to an end in the ALPINA automobile manufactory,” the post on Facebook reads.
The latest version of the 2024 BMW Alpina B7 came out in the early months of 2019. It was fitted with the 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged engine that produces 600 horsepower and 590 pounds (800 Nm) of power. The powertrain is powerful enough to allow it to reach 60 miles per hour (96 km/h) within 3.5 seconds. It can go up to an incredible 205 mph (330 km/h) maximum speed.
Alpina has done more than just update the engine that was turbocharged for the B7. The latest model is additionally equipped with a new stainless steel sports exhaust and a redesigned brake system, with fixed 4-piston brakes, coupled with 15.55-inch discs on the front, and 15.67-inch discs in the rear. Additionally, it comes with 20-inch wheels encased with Michelin tires on every corner, though 21-inch wheels are also offered.
There is no reason to believe that Alpina hasn’t worked its magic with the new G70 version of the 7-Series that was introduced in the last quarter of 2018, However, some speculate that it may be something in connection with BMW’s announcement of taking complete control over Alpina following the 31st of December, 2025.
“We recognized the challenges facing the automotive industry early on and are now setting the right course for ALPINA and for our family firm, Bovensiepen,” the co-managing director for Alpina Buckard Bovensiepen GmbH + Co. Bovensiepen announced when he made the announcement.
In the case of Alpina, the premium automaker shifts its focus to SUVs. One of its latest offerings is the extensively revised XB7. It has a fresh look and more horsepower than the previous model, the high-performance family hauler is on sale now across the United States priced at $145,000, and comes with a destination charge of $995. First deliveries are scheduled to start in the early months of the year to come.
The B7 from Alpina is gone and, at best at the moment, there’s not any direct replacement being planned. In 2025, at the time of its expiration, Alpina will switch to an agreement that will see BMW possibly changing the policy for the business with regard to which models it will alter, and that model 7 Series being the first to go under. Recent remarks that were made by BMW representatives also placed the B3 in doubt, but there’s no confirmation for the vehicle based on the 3 Series.