1982 Alpina B7S Turbo E24 Coupe


Alpina started from selling tuning kits for existing cars of different brands (in 1961) and within a little more than a year - exclusively for BMW cars. Today, as a result of constant support and collaboration with the mother company, Alpina has become the most important addition to the BMW production range. Alpina cars are luxurious BMW's tuned to be still faster, with limiters removed.


The Alpina B7 S Turbo Coupè was built from May until September in 1982 in a total number of 30 pieces and is the rarest of all the Alpina 80’s cars. It is equipped with a B7S 330 Horsepower, 3,5 litre turbocharged engine. With a top speed of around 269 km/h and an unbelievable acceleration of 5,7 seconds from 0-100 km/h, the B7 S Turbo Coupé is one of the fastest cars at that time.


This has got to be among the most beautiful cars ever designed. The Alpina BMW B7 Turbo Coupe took the baton from the brilliant Alpina B7 Coupe when the new BMW 6 series (E24) arrived in 1982.


Collectors Car World have revealed that car No: 30 the last one ever manufactures has been found in a barn near Brennen in Germany. All the original documents was found with the car justifying that this was the real deal car. The new owner is now preparing the car for the restoration, the motor is running as hell and all parts are available.