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  • B3 BiTurbo B3 S BiTurbo D3 BiTurbo
  • Introduction

    The B3 BiTurbo is based on the BMW 335i, from 2016 onwards on the BMW 340i. The B3 BiTurbo replaces the sedan and touring versions of the B3 S BiTurbo.

    In March 2013, at the Geneva motorshow, the B3 BiTurbo was introduced in Limousine and Touring versions. At the same time, the 4WD version – the B3 Allrad – was introduced. In June 2013, the B3 BiTurbo had its UK premiere at Goodwood Festival Of Speed.

    The LCI version of the B3 BiTurbo was presented at the Geneva motorshow in 2015.

    In March 2017, the B3 BiTurbo was replaced by the B3 S BiTurbo.

    In line with the new naming conventions at BMW, from the F30-series onwards the Cabrio and Coupe versions of the B3 BiTurbo are named B4 BiTurbo.


    The B3 BiTurbo engine is based on the BMW 335i engine, which has been modified to 410hp and 600Nm.

    The stainless steel exhaust system was developed together with Akrapovič. It features exhaust system sound control with Drive Performance Control.

    The only available gearbox is the 8-speed Sport-Automatic transmission (ZF 8HP70) with Switchtronic.

    Optionally, a Drexler limited slip differential is available.


    The B3 BiTurbo has adaptive M sport suspension with electronically adjustable dampers, performance springs, bump stops and stabilisers. The suspension is modified with Alpina settings.

    Wheels are 20-inch Alpina Classic with 245/30 and 265/30 Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires.

    The suspension features a strut brace and adjustments to camber, toe-in and elastokinematics.

    Brakes disks are 370x30mm front and 345x24mm rear with blue aluminum calipers (4-piston front, 2-piston rear) with Alpina lettering.


    The B3 BiTurbo undergoes the same interior changes as usual with Alpina. Cluster gauges are custom Alpina with classic blue background combined with steering wheel trimmed in Lavalina leather. Additionally, interior trim is fine Alpina wood or piano lacquer with Alpina logos. A no-cost option are Alpina badges in the seats. Optionally, a custom interior in Lavalina leather can be ordered, as well as additional instruments mounted in the center airduct.

    For the exterior, the changes are limited to an Alpina Type 556 frontspoiler and Alpina badges on the rear. The sedan version has an Alpina Type 570 rearspoiler. A non-cost option is the classic Alpina decor on sides of the car and frontspoiler. Available exterior colors include Alpina Blue and Alpina Green II.


    Acceleration from 0-100kph is 4,3 seconds.

    Topspeed is 303kph for the sedan and 300kph for the Touring version.