Whenever Alpina releases a new BMW project, a lot of hype is created and it makes front page more often than not.
And this is not just a recent trend. For as far as you can remember, Alpina prepped Bimmers have had a certain quality that would draw you in.
The same is the case with the Alpina B12 6.0, which was presented for the first time at the 1999 Geneva Auto Show. Based on the BMW 750i, the Alpina B12 sports a 6.0 liter engine capable of churning out 436 Hp and 600 Nm of torque. The V12 engine is an upgrade from the 5.4 liter that came with the base car.
On the outside, the Alpina B12 wears the trademark Alpina Blue paint, and the overall condition of the car seems to be pretty good for its age. Or at least that’s what we can glean from the pictures. Even the owner says it is in “superb condition”, but he is biased.
The BMW Alpina B12 managed to clock some 155.200 km (97.000 miles) and the price asked for it is 46.000 USD.