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  • B10 3.2 B10 3.3 B10 V8 B10 V8 S D10 BiTurbo
  • Introduction

    In March 1999, at the Geneva motorshow, the B10 3.3 was introduced.

    The B10 3.3 is the successor to the B10 3.2. It is practically the same car except for the new 3.3 engine.

    In March 2001, at the Geneva motorshow, the facelift version and optional Switchtronic gearbox were introduced.


    The engine is the same as the B3 3.3 with 280 bhp.

    The B10 3.3 was available with manual 5-speed ZF gearbox or Switchtronic gearbox.


    The B10 3.3 has the same suspension changes as the B10 V8. The brakes are also the same with ventilated discs all around. As with the B10 V8, the 6-cilinder B10 versions ride on 18in Alpina alloys with 235/40 tires at front and 265/35 at rear.


    The interior and exterior changes are the same as the B10 V8.


    The B10 3.3 accelerates from 0-100 km/h in 6,3 seconds and reaches a top speed of 262 km/h.