The Bavarians took a bit of time over unveiling the new price range for the facelifted 2013 BMW 7 Series so Alpina did the same.
It is only now that they’ve made the 2013 Alpina B7’s model pricing available. The model is available in four trims with rear or all wheel drive.
All versions of the car are based on the BMW 750i and come with the same 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine that’s the base for most M powered cars these days.
In the 2013 Alpina B7 the motor has been tweaked to an output of 540 horsepower and 538 lb-ft of torque. The power figure may have gone up but the gearbox is the same.
You’ll be relying on the same eight speed ZF-sourced automatic transmission as before since it can apparently take the extra grunt just fine.
On the serious decision and choice front you’ll have to tick some boxes on the Alpina order form and find out if you want the short or long wheelbase version of the car.
The xDrive all wheel drive version is now ever more popular with luxury cars so that’s going to be a tricky decision as well.
Before all these decisions are made, you’ll have to figure out if you can manage to swing the asking price around.
Alpina will be charging $128.495 for a standard B7 and 131.495 for one with xDrive. Move up market to the stretched version and the price starts at 132.395 USD.
Finally, the top of the line long wheelbase model with the added comfort of all whee drive will set you back 135.395 USD.