BMW`s special division Alpina is currently working on the next generation of the B7 model, which was recently caught on shots while performing some road tests, before reportedly going to the 2016 Geneva Motor Show for an official debut.
The new BMW Alpina B7 will be launched as a 2017 model and will come up with a series of changes as opposed to the present model, on the exterior as well as on the engine department.
First off, even if the new B7 is wearing a heavy camo at the body, one might depict the styling cues with the Alpine badge, meaning that the body will fit new components, such as the new front bumper with the extended lip spoiler.
Next, the same Alpina badges will also be present inside, where the cabin is also believed to receive higher-end materials as well as updated gadgets.
In the engine department, the 2017 BMW Alpina B7 will carry on the engine lineup seen on the present model, meaning a 4.4-liter V8 unit, also found on the 7-Series 750i. The engine is reported to develop more than the present B7, which goes as far as 540 horsepower and 538 lb-ft of torque.
In the US, we should expect the new B7 to come with an xDrive AWD configuration, which will set it apart from the 7-Series M Performance, which might also emerge on the market next year. Meanwhile, enjoy the spy shots provided by Motor Authority!