Alpina B10 Performance Through Generations in 3 Graphs

Average Alpina B10 horse power

Quick Notes on Alpina B10 Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 334 hp / 246 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 280 hp / 206 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 375 hp / 276 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 442 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +93%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 5 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 84 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 67 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

1997 Alpina B10 (E39) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

In our rating of the most powerful six-cylinder cars, the Alpina B10 3.3 i 24V takes 1902th place. Its 280 hp engine is the reason for placing it here. Want to know more about its competitors? Just read our Top 10!

Most powerful six-cylinder cars currently on the market

Horsepower to weight ratio

If you want a car with a big engine, you might consider the Alpina B10 3.3 i 24V with its 280 hp. But before choosing, pay attention to the fact that it’s ranked 4435th in our rating of six-cylinder cars with the lowest power. Check out which cars made it to the first 10 places!

Why do these cars need six cylinders? Vehicles with the lowest horsepower

Horsepower to cc ratio

The Alpina B10 3.3 i 24V weighs 1540 kg and has a 280 hp engine. In the category of cars weighing over 1500 kg, it takes 3818th place in terms of engine power. We compiled a special ranking to show you the most powerful vehicles in the category, so why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful cars over 1500 kg

We analyzed all vehicles with a weight over 1500 kg. It’s quite interesting that the Alpina B10 4.6 i V8 32V Switchtronic takes 11440th place in terms of power in our ANTI-rating, and its 347 hp engine earned it such a place. Want to find out the top 10 losers on the market? Keep reading!

List of low horsepower cars heavier than 1500 kg

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Alpina B10 3.3 i 24V was placed 2745th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Alpina B10 3.3 i 24V takes 4286th place with its 280 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
4.6 i V8 32V Switchtronic 347 hp / 255 kw
(+101%)
+28% 69 hp / 51 kw 43 hp / 32 kw 75.4 points
4.8 i V8 32V 375 hp / 276 kw
(+117%)
+26% 75 hp / 55 kw 47 hp / 35 kw 78.1 points
3.3 i 24V 280 hp / 206 kw
(+62%)
+16% 56 hp / 41 kw 47 hp / 34 kw 84.8 points
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Vehicle 4.6 i V8 32V Switchtronic
Power (difference from average) 347 hp / 255 kw
(+101%)
Power to torque ratio 28 %
Power per passenger 69 hp / 51 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 43 hp / 32 kw
Power to consumption rate 75.4 points
Vehicle 4.8 i V8 32V
Power (difference from average) 375 hp / 276 kw
(+117%)
Power to torque ratio 26 %
Power per passenger 75 hp / 55 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 47 hp / 35 kw
Power to consumption rate 78.1 points
Vehicle 3.3 i 24V
Power (difference from average) 280 hp / 206 kw
(+62%)
Power to torque ratio 16 %
Power per passenger 56 hp / 41 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 47 hp / 34 kw
Power to consumption rate 84.8 points
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Quick Notes on Alpina B10 Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 334 hp / 246 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 280 hp / 206 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 375 hp / 276 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 442 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +93%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 5 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 84 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 67 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

1997 Alpina B10 Touring (E39) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

In our rating of the most powerful six-cylinder cars, the Alpina B10 3.3 i 24V takes 1903rd place. Its 280 hp engine is the reason for placing it here. Want to know more about its competitors? Just read our Top 10!

Most powerful six-cylinder cars currently on the market

Horsepower to weight ratio

If you want a car with a big engine, you might consider the Alpina B10 3.3 i 24V with its 280 hp. But before choosing, pay attention to the fact that it’s ranked 4436th in our rating of six-cylinder cars with the lowest power. Check out which cars made it to the first 10 places!

Why do these cars need six cylinders? Vehicles with the lowest horsepower

Horsepower to cc ratio

The Alpina B10 3.3 i 24V weighs 1640 kg and has a 280 hp engine. In the category of cars weighing over 1500 kg, it takes 3819th place in terms of engine power. We compiled a special ranking to show you the most powerful vehicles in the category, so why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful cars over 1500 kg

We analyzed all vehicles with a weight over 1500 kg. It’s quite interesting that the Alpina B10 4.6 i V8 32V takes 11441st place in terms of power in our ANTI-rating, and its 347 hp engine earned it such a place. Want to find out the top 10 losers on the market? Keep reading!

List of low horsepower cars heavier than 1500 kg

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Alpina B10 3.3 i 24V was placed 3327th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Alpina B10 3.3 i 24V takes 4287th place with its 280 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
3.3 i 24V 280 hp / 206 kw
(+62%)
+16% 56 hp / 41 kw 47 hp / 34 kw 84.8 points
4.6 i V8 32V 347 hp / 255 kw
(+101%)
+28% 69 hp / 51 kw 43 hp / 32 kw 75.4 points
4.8 i V8 32V 375 hp / 276 kw
(+117%)
+26% 75 hp / 55 kw 47 hp / 35 kw 78.1 points
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Vehicle 3.3 i 24V
Power (difference from average) 280 hp / 206 kw
(+62%)
Power to torque ratio 16 %
Power per passenger 56 hp / 41 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 47 hp / 34 kw
Power to consumption rate 84.8 points
Vehicle 4.6 i V8 32V
Power (difference from average) 347 hp / 255 kw
(+101%)
Power to torque ratio 28 %
Power per passenger 69 hp / 51 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 43 hp / 32 kw
Power to consumption rate 75.4 points
Vehicle 4.8 i V8 32V
Power (difference from average) 375 hp / 276 kw
(+117%)
Power to torque ratio 26 %
Power per passenger 75 hp / 55 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 47 hp / 35 kw
Power to consumption rate 78.1 points
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Quick Notes on Alpina B10 Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 300 hp / 221 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 231 hp / 170 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 360 hp / 265 kW
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +73%
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

1988 Alpina B10 (E34) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Alpina B10 3.0 Allrad takes 6231st place with its 231 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
4.0 316 hp / 232 kw
(+83%)
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4.6 340 hp / 250 kw
(+97%)
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3.5 254 hp / 187 kw
(+47%)
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3.4 i Biturbo 360 hp / 265 kw
(+108%)
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3.0 Allrad 231 hp / 170 kw
(+34%)
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Vehicle 4.0
Power (difference from average) 316 hp / 232 kw
(+83%)
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -
Vehicle 4.6
Power (difference from average) 340 hp / 250 kw
(+97%)
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
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Power to consumption rate -
Vehicle 3.5
Power (difference from average) 254 hp / 187 kw
(+47%)
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -
Vehicle 3.4 i Biturbo
Power (difference from average) 360 hp / 265 kw
(+108%)
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -
Vehicle 3.0 Allrad
Power (difference from average) 231 hp / 170 kw
(+34%)
Power to torque ratio -
Power per passenger
Power to 1 cylinder -
Power to consumption rate -
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Quick Notes on Alpina B10 Engine Power

    • Average power for generation: 328 hp / 241 kW
    • Lowest possible for generation: 315 hp / 232 kW
    • Highest possible for generation: 340 hp / 250 kW
    • Average torque for generation: 445 Nm
    • Fuel type: Petrol (Gasoline)
    • Difference from world average: +90%
    • Average kg/hp rate: 5 kg to 1 hp
    • Hp from 1 liter rate: 82 hp from 1 L
    • Hp to 1 m of length rate: 66 hp to 1 m
    • Poweretty rating: 10 / 10

1993 Alpina B10 Touring (E34) Horsepower(Kilowatts)

The Alpina B10 4.0 i V8 32V weighs 1725 kg and has a 315 hp engine. In the category of cars weighing over 1500 kg, it takes 2692th place in terms of engine power. We compiled a special ranking to show you the most powerful vehicles in the category, so why not check it out?

Top 10 most powerful cars over 1500 kg

Horsepower to weight ratio

We analyzed all vehicles with a weight over 1500 kg. It’s quite interesting that the Alpina B10 4.0 i V8 32V takes 10833rd place in terms of power in our ANTI-rating, and its 315 hp engine earned it such a place. Want to find out the top 10 losers on the market? Keep reading!

List of low horsepower cars heavier than 1500 kg

Horsepower to cc ratio

In this list, we focus on designers who managed to cram the maximum horsepower into each kilogram of car. The Alpina B10 4.0 i V8 32V was placed 2717th in this category. Want to know more about the winners of the rating? Check out our Top 10!

Top 10 best cars in terms of horsepower per kilogram

The Alpina B10 4.0 i V8 32V takes 3035th place with its 315 hp engine among other vehicles with powerful gasoline engines. We compiled a special ranking and included only the most efficient cars in our Top 10 – check out the whole rating!

List of 10 cars with the most powerful gasoline engines

The Alpina B10 4.0 i V8 32V takes 2866th place among all cars with the most efficient acceleration. We compared its 315 hp engine to other cars to create this rating. See the Top 10 list to find out who was top in this category!

Top 10 cars with the best ratio of horsepower to one second of acceleration

In our rating of the most powerful cars between 3.6 and 5 m long, the Alpina B10 4.0 i V8 32V takes 2005th place. Want to know which cars ranked the best and occupied the top 10 spots? Check out our rating!

Top 10 powerful cars with a length of 3.6 to 5 m
Vehicle Power (difference from average) Power to torque ratio Power per passenger Power to 1 cylinder Power to consumption rate
4.6 i V8 32V 340 hp / 250 kw
(+97%)
+29% 68 hp / 50 kw 43 hp / 31 kw 73.9 points
4.0 i V8 32V 315 hp / 232 kw
(+82%)
+23% 63 hp / 46 kw 39 hp / 29 kw 78.8 points
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Vehicle 4.6 i V8 32V
Power (difference from average) 340 hp / 250 kw
(+97%)
Power to torque ratio 29 %
Power per passenger 68 hp / 50 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 43 hp / 31 kw
Power to consumption rate 73.9 points
Vehicle 4.0 i V8 32V
Power (difference from average) 315 hp / 232 kw
(+82%)
Power to torque ratio 23 %
Power per passenger 63 hp / 46 kw
Power to 1 cylinder 39 hp / 29 kw
Power to consumption rate 78.8 points
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