The BMW 7 Series Alpina Sedan does not have specific trims in the way that most vehicles do. Instead it comes in either a short wheel base or a long wheel base and each of those options has the ability to have rear or all wheel drive. The good news is that the standard features and options for all four varieties are exactly the same. This means that buying one over the other will not give buyers a new set of features as is often the case with various trims.
Each of the BMW 7 Series Alpina Sedans come with a wide assortment of standard features and amenities. This is part of what makes the vehicles so appealing to buyers. Knowing that they will automatically get larger (21 inch) wheels than a traditional sedan, adaptive xenon headlamps and parking sensors in front and back make buyers want to have this vehicle as their own. In addition, there is a powered trunk, a sunroof and keyless entry and ignition. Buyers of the rear wheel drive model will have powered rear side sunshades while the all wheel drive model's side sunshades are not powered. However, both models have a powered rear sunshade. The mirrors automatically dim and the climate control is automatic in four zones. Buyers will enjoy the luxurious leather interior that is trimmed in wood, the heated front and rear seats and the navigation system. Standard also includes a camera in the rear and an audio system with six CDs, digital storage and satellite radio.
Those who want to add options to the BMW 7 Series Alpina Sedan will have the opportunity to do just that. Some of the options include the Driver Assistance Package that expands the camera available and several warning systems to help the driver as well as the Luxury Rear Seating package for the long wheel base that offers adjustable seats in the rear with such things as massage capabilities. Buyers can also select from an entertainment system, smartphone integration and adaptive cruise control.