2021 Alpina XB7 First Drive Review: Scarcity Sells

You expect to see certain vehicles in pit lanes – sleek, low, sporty shapes on sticky tires, with intense aerodynamics and stripped-down cabins, right? Sure, on an amateur open track day, you might see some sedans and convertibles, but you will not see 5,900-pound, three-row luxury SUVs. And yet, BMW lined up three new Alpina XB7 SUVs in the pits at the Monticello Motor Club and told us to have at it. That’s just what we did.

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