BMW ALPINA B3 GT

Technical Data

BMW ALPINA B3 GT Saloon AWD

Engine

Cylinders 6 in line
Capacity (cc) 2993
Bore (mm) 84.0
Stroke (mm) 90.0
Compression ratio (:1) 9.3
Max output (kW (hp) / rpm) 389 (529) / 6250 - 6500
Max torque (Nm / 1/min) 730 / 2500 - 4500
Engine management BOSCH DME 8.6 S
Fuel type 98-octane
Emissions classification Euro 6e

Performance

Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s) 3.4
Acceleration 0-200 km/h (s) 11.6
Top speed (km/h) 308

Official WLTP consumption and emissions *

Fuel consumption combined (l/100 km) 10.5
CO2 emissions combined (g/km) 239
CO2 class (Germany) G

Transmission

Type 8-Speed Sport-Automatic ZF 8HP76 SWITCH-TRONIC
1st 5.00
2nd 3.20
3rd 2.14
4th 1.72
5th 1.31
6th 1.00
7th 0.82
8th 0.64
Final drive ratio 2.81

Wheels and tyres

Standard wheels and tyres ALPINA CLASSIC 20"
Front 8.5 x 20" 255/30 ZR20
Rear 9.5 x 20" 265/30 ZR20

Dimensions

Length (mm) 4725
Width (incl. side mirrors) (mm) 1827 (2068)
Height, unladen (mm) 1440
Wheelbase (mm) 2851
Track, front (mm) 1577
Track, rear (mm) 1572
Luggage capacity (l) 480
Fuel tank capacity (l) 59

Weight

Unladen (EU) (kg) 1875
Max permissible (kg) 2340
Permitted load (kg) 540
Max axle load, front (kg) 1155
Max axle load, rear (kg) 1255
Max trailer load, braked (kg) 1800
Max trailer load, unbraked (kg) 750



 

* Preliminary data. The stated values were determined in accordance with the prescribed in accordance with European Regulation (EC) 715/2007 as amended.

Only the CO2 emissions caused by the operation of the car are stated here. CO2 emissions caused by the production and provision of the car and the fuel or energy source are not taken into account when determining CO2 emissions in accordance with the WLTP (Worldwide harmonised Light-duty vehicles Test Procedure).

The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of a car are not only dependent on the efficient the efficient utilisation of the fuel by the car, but also the driving style and other driving style and other non-technical factors. CO2 is the main is the main greenhouse gas responsible for global warming.

A guide to the fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of all new car models models offered in Germany is available free of charge at every point of sale in Germany where new point of sale in Germany where new cars are displayed or offered for sale. The guide is also available here: https//dat.de/co2/.