It may not be as fully plush as the M760i, but the B7 makes up for it with a bit more sporting pretense.
As capital accumulates and concerns about money slowly disappear into the rearview, purchases become less about what will fit in the budget and more about what will fit into a person's life.
If you're looking to spend about $150,000 on a car, nearly every vehicle on the market fits into that bucket, so it all comes down to finding a ride that best jibes with your lifestyle.
The Alpina B7 is a not-oft-considered supersedan in this socioeconomic stratum. The latest iteration is based on the new-for-2020 BMW 7 Series.
But, with a number of redeeming qualities and no appreciable downsides, perhaps it should be higher up on people's priority lists.
As much as it might seem that the Alpina B7 exists in a class of its own, it doesn't.
The M7 might not exist, but the Mercedes-AMG S63 sure as heck does, and it offers a bonkers V8 under the hood -- but the Merc's window sticker asks for about $7,000 on top of the B7's price.
The 2020 Alpina B7 is definitely something special.
In addition to driving dynamics, comfort and tech in spades, the B7 has an air of exclusivity that its competitors don't.
If you want something a little off the beaten path that feels worth every inch of its six-figure price tag, the Alpina B7 is where it's at.
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