BMW-Alpina B7

Alpina Burkard Bovensiepen GmbH is an automobile manufacturer based in Buchloe, in the district Ostallgäu in Bavaria, Germany, who sell their own cars based on BMW cars. Alpina is working closely with BMW, and processes are integrated into production lines of BMW, Alpina and recognized by TUV as a car manufacturer, unlike other performance specialists aftermarket tuners. For example, the Alpina B7 product on the assembly line Dingolfing, Germany, in collaboration with BMW 7-series proper. For the 2011 model year, is B7 twin-turbo 4.4-liter BMW V8 assembled by hand at the factory Alpina in Buchloe, Germany, before being sent to BMW for the installation and the whole vehicle then returned to Alpina to the end.
Alpina Burkard founded Bovensiepen (b. 1936) in 1965, Burkard Bovensiepen KG Kaufbeuren, Bavaria, southern Germany. The original name can be traced back to Dr. Rudolf Bovensiepen, his father, whose company manufactures office equipment. Although Alpina has started to produce typewriters, the original Alpina ceased in the late 1960's efforts to change the textile industry. In 1965, Burkard BMW tuning company was founded after the success of its investment in the stock market. He began his commercial position of the typewriter factory original outbuildings Alpina. The company worked carburetors and modified cylinder heads. In 1970, seventy employees, the agreement changed the original location in Kaufbeuren and Buchloe.Between 1968 and 1977, Alpina cars did well in competition. The culmination was in 1970 when the team's cars won the European Touring Car Championship, the German Hillclimb Championship, rally and racing championships and the prestigious 24 Hours of Spa.

Since late 1970, Alpina has been recognized by TUV as a car manufacturer to Alpina cars are built and registered as Alpina instead of BMW, Alpina although can be bought and serviced at local BMW dealerships and is covered in the event a warranty issue. The distinguishing signs of vehicles alloy wheels Alpina 20 'ALPINA Blue' patented metallic paint, and more expensive interior materials used to manufacture the exclusive interior appointments. A typical pattern blue and green (the same as in the logo) is often used on interior parts such as sewing on leather and different fabrics used in upholstery. Also, a thin, almost like a scene outside agency Pinstripe gold or silver is also a mark of Alpina cars.
Compared with cars from BMW Motorsport rooted in a subsidiary of BMW M, Alpina vehicles foodstuffs should be more emphasis on luxury, higher torque and an automatic transmission to manual or semi-automatic transmissions. For example, for high-performance variants of the BMW E60 5-series, B5 offers a different approach to performance and implementation. Unlike typical of BMW M M5, which is breathable, attending the high speed and razor-sharp throttle 5.0L V10, Alpina B5 uses 4.4-liter supercharged V8 that produces power similar and significantly higher torque output less experienced rpm, and then driving effort.

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