The second generation of the Alpina B10 were based on the BMW E34, based on the BMW 525ix, 535i or 540i. From 1988 to 1996, 1215 units were built as four door or touring versions.
The B10 Allrad is especially rare, being based on the BMW 525ix, with only 64 produced from October 1993. The displacement of the six-cylinder single-VANOS and four-valve technology was increased from 2.5 liters to 3.0 liters, and the performance was increased from 141 kW (192 hp) to 170 kW (231 hp).
This example was delivered new to Japan, later being brought back into Europe and into the ownership of the importer for Dinitrol rust treatment, so of course the car has been well preserved in his ownership.
The B10 is offered with the relevant Alpina books and tools, the correct Alpina documentation, previous invoices, and is supplied with additional rare and desirable Alpina Recaro sports seats. Finished in Silver with an anthracite interior, this is a supremely stylish and powerful modern classic which can be used and enjoyed all year round.