This means the Alpina XB7 can sprint to 60 mph in just 3.9 seconds, though interestingly, despite the extra power, this is only a 0.1-second improvement over the X7 M60i. 

All-wheel drive is standard, as is an eight-speed automatic transmission, and the Alpina XB7 comes standard with go-fast technologies like an active limited-slip differential and rear-axle steering. 

The standard BMW X7 drives like a dream, so we are expecting nothing less from the Alpine XB7 with a chassis tuning. 

The bookings of the BMW XB7 Alpina will open in September. 

The first deliveries of the BMW XB7 Alpina will happen next year.