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This luridly stickered Alpina - formerly owned by Jay Kay - is coming up for auction, and it's (sort of) affordable
Alpina has revealed its new BMW M340d-based D3 S, available as saloon or wagon
The all-wheel drive, 455bhp B3 fills the M3 Touring void with subtle brilliance. We'll have ours in green, please
If you like your BMWs to stand out in a subtle and superbly engineered way, Alpina is right up your street – and there are bargains to be had
Supercar speed? Check. Estate practicality? Check. Rare? Guaranteed. Comfortable, controlled suspension? Check. Four-wheel drive? Also check. This just may be the very best car in the world
With green paint, Alpina stripes and a green tartan interior, this isn't an E24 that flies under the radar...
The B7 first appeared a year ago with a predicted top speed of 193mph, but longer gears and performance upgrades have pushed the uber-saloon past the 200mph mark, making it the fastest four-door production car in the world
Can't quite stretch to the £100k or so expected for an E92 M3 GTS? The Alpina version is a little more attainable...
With a 0-62mph time of just 4.6 seconds and some brilliant suspension tuning, the D3 seems like the M3 Touring BMW never made. But how does it shape up in reality?
BMW has never made an M7, but Alpina has a 600bhp solution up its sleeve...
When you've been in the business of modifying BMWs for as long as Alpina has, there's only one way to celebrate turning 50: create the fastest car you've ever built
After our recent look at the new Alpina B4, we're looking at a used example of its predecessor