Alpina 4-Series BiTurbo Convertible was presented at 2014 Geneva Motor Show

March 17, 2014 at 17:49

The premiere of the open sports car Alpina 4-Series BiTurbo Convertible, which is one of the first convertibles modified BMW 4 Series was at the international Geneva Motor Show. During setup was upgraded technical stuffing cars and personalization program has provided sportier car, luxurious and exclusive appearance. Sales of “charged” gig will begin soon, but its value is not specified.

Photo of Alpina 4 Series BiTurbo Convertible

Photo of Alpina 4 Series BiTurbo Convertible


Alpina 4-Series BiTurbo Convertible is based on the base versions BMW 435i, 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine which was boosted to 404 hp. at 5500-6250 r/min and 600 Nm at 3000 r/min. The car also received an 18-inch alloy wheels on low profile tires, suspension and upgraded brakes with 370- millimeter discs on the front axle and 345 – millimeter discs on the rear axle. Body became a sports car look more attractive with the advent of the lower lip in the front bumper, a small spoiler on the trunk lid and the diffuser in the rear bumper. Board tuners decorated decorative stripes, traditional for most models Alpina, and on each side of the rear bumper brought dual round terminal pipe exhaust system.

Alpina 4 Series BiTurbo Convertible back Pic

Alpina 4 Series BiTurbo Convertible back Pic

German designers of the company used high-quality leather beige and blue in the interior decoration. On the dashboard, center console and door cards appeared black patent leather inserts. Final touches steel Alpina logo in the center of the steering wheel, new floor mats and door sills laths.

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