BMW has released the pricing details for the 2011 BMW ALPINA B7 high performance luxury sedan, which will join the brand's North American line-up as the most potent 7 Series model. After the first generation of B7 vehicles, which was offered on the US market only as a limited edition, the new generation of ALPINA automobiles is finally here. Based on the current BMW 7 Series platform, the 2011 BMW ALPINA B7 sedan will boast a retail price of $122,875 (standard wheelbase) and $126,775 (extended wheelbase). Both prices include $875 Destination & Handling tax. The new B7 luxury sedan is aimed at creating a whole new concept for comfort, performance, and driving experience.

The new ALPINA B7 will make its North American premiere at the upcoming 2010 Chicago Auto Show. Both versions standard- and long-wheelbase will be available in US for model year 2010. The sales are scheduled for the spring of 2010 at the authorized BMW Centers.

Among the astonishing highlights of the new 2011 BMW ALPINA B7 sedan are: the refined all-aluminum, twin-turbocharged, BMW 4.4-liter V-8 power-plant that is capable to produce 500hp (373kW) and 516 lb-ft (700Nm) of torque, the ALPINA aerodynamic kit with front and rear spoilers and the latest evolution of the traditional 20-spoke 21" ALPINA Classic wheels.

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