Rallye Green BMW ALPINA B4 S Individual Is Head-Turner in Abu Dhabi

4-Series, Tuning | November 18th, 2017 by 1
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BMW might be known for its varied shades of grey, silver, white and black, but the Germans can also offer a few striking choices for …

BMW might be known for its varied shades of grey, silver, white and black, but the Germans can also offer a few striking choices for those looking to make a splash. However, most of the time you need to go through the Individual catalogue to gain access to them and that means extra cost for the buyer. That’s not an issue in Abu Dhabi apparently and over the years we’ve seen some interesting projects emerge from the Middle-Eastern city. Today’s no different as we’re taking a look at an Individual Alpina B4 S in Rallye Green.

The color isn’t exactly a BMW-trademark hue as it has been used by various other car makers in the past but it is striking nonetheless. It’s probably one of the brightest paints you can get for your BMW and in combination with the generous hips of the BMW Alpina B4 S it actually works if you’re not afraid of attracting attention. Of course, that could be achieved just as well by revving a bit higher than usual as the Akrapovic exhaust of the Alpina model will surely draw curious looks.

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Speaking of which, the Alpina treatment definitely makes the car stand out even more, with the typically enhanced front bumper and boot lid spoiler showing everyone around this is no ordinary 4 Series. Then there are the quad tailpipes at the back, the turbine-style wheel to check out as well as the stripes and Alpina inscriptions all over the car’s body, plenty of hints to realize we’re in the presence of greatness here.

Inside the cabin things were kept quite sedated with a general black theme being picked with a touch of color represented by the contrasting stitching in the same Rallye Green hue. The trims will also attract curious looks as carbon fiber is rarely seen inside Alpina cars.

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