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The 2020 Alpina B7 keeps that tradition alive as it enters its third generation. The 2020 Alpina B7 is the sixth generation of the automakers comes up with brilliance. The Alpina B7 has standard air suspension and rear-axle steering to keep handling fixed. Alpine B7 has Preview system, which uses camera and navigation data to set up the suspension to handle bumps and other road annoyances. The system can lower the ride height by 0.6 inches at high speeds, or it can raise the car 0.8 inches to improve ground clearance.

The Alpina’s trademark wheels are back for 2020, measuring 20 inches in diameter, although 21-inchers are also available. Behind those wheels are upgraded brakes, measuring 15.55 inches in the front and 15.67 inches in the rear. To further differentiate itself from the regular 7 Series, the B7 has a new front bumper, a new rear spoiler and a handful of paint colors unique to the B7.

2020 Alpina B7

The interior of this new fastest sedan by Alpina has better interior. The 2020 Alpina B7 is equipped with some nice tools. These include a Nappa leather interior, a leather instrument panel, ceramic touches on the controls and soft-close doors. The steering wheel has blue and green stitching.

On the other hand, the doorsills have blue entrenched lighting and a plaque stating its place in the production queue. Heck, even the gauge cluster has a unique Alpina design. Alpina B7 has also made some pinch’s to boost comfort inside the cabin where rear passengers will be hearing less tire noise than before thanks to new shielding in the rear wheel arches.

Here is what makes this Alpina B7 sedan the best and speedy one. This vehicle is powered with 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8. New engine management software and a host of other new parts result in an output of 600 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque. Its eight-speed automatic has been beefed up to handle the extra output, too. Despite being a barge, its performance figures are damned impressive. The sedan reaches the 60 miles per hour from a standstill in just 3.5 seconds, 0.1 seconds quicker than before.