Hardcore B3 GT and B4 GT revealed by Alpina before of BMW takeover

Hardcore B3 GT and  fully acquires the Buckle company next year, Alpine has introduced the B3, B3 Touring, and B4 Gran Coupé in extreme GT configurations.

The new GT variants, which promise improved performance, aero-optimized design modifications, and chassis adjustments, will go on sale in Germany in November and are anticipated to arrive in the UK in early 2025.

Hardcore B3 GT and B4 GT revealed by Alpina before of BMW takeover

Hardcore B3 GT and  The 3.0-liter straight-six petrol engine in the new GTs is the same as the one found in the ordinary B3 and B4, but it has been twin-turbocharged to produce 33bhp more power, up to a peak of 522bhp, delivered higher in the rev range, between 6250 and 6500 rpm.

The B3 GT saloon is the fastest car, reaching 0-62 mph in 3.4 seconds. All other cars’ 0-62 mph times have been shaved by 0.2 seconds in tandem with the power boost. Its maximum speed is 191 mph, which is 2 mph quicker than before.

Hardcore B3 GT and  The GTs’ chassis has also been modified with firmer damper mounts, a reinforced bulkhead for more accurate steering and a larger rear anti-roll bar to enhance handling and lessen roll.

Additionally, spring rates have been adjusted for improved riding comfort.

In particular, the anti-roll bar reinforcement on the B4 GT coupé is increased, while the steering, dampers, four-wheel drive system and limited-slip differential are all recalibrated.

Hardcore B3 GT and B4 GT revealed by Alpina before of BMW takeover

Hardcore B3 GT and  Similar to the larger B5 GT, the B3 and B4 GTs have black exhausts, a redesigned rear diffuser, and canards on the front bumper. Bronze 20-inch alloy wheels and custom badging further distinguish them. The interiors of the GTs are adorned with paddle shifters and bronze stitching, and a model number plaque is located on the center console. The B3 GT saloon costs €101,700 (£85,600), the B3 GT Touring estate costs €102,900 (£87,570), and the B4 GT Gran Coupé costs €105,100 (£89,400) in Germany.

Jonathan works at Autocrat as an editorial assistant. Having previously attended the University of Glasgow, he moved to London to work as an editorial apprentice and seek a career in motoring journalism. He has held this post since March 2024.

Hardcore B3 GT and B4 GT revealed by Alpina before of BMW takeover

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