BMW Alpina B4 S review

Category: Sports car

Section: Passenger & boot space

Alpina B4 S
  • Alpina B4 S
  • Alpina B4 S
  • Alpina B4 S
  • Alpina B4 S
  • Alpina B4 S
  • Alpina B4 S
  • Alpina B4 S
  • Alpina B4 S
  • Alpina B4 S
  • Alpina B4 S

Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

Drivers of all shapes and sizes will be comfortable behind the wheel of the B4 S; there is plenty of shoulder room across the cabin. However, the centre console is a little cluttered when compared with, for example, that in the Mercedes-AMG C 63 Coupé.

The rear seats are far from being a token gesture towards practicality. Even six-feet-tall passengers will be able to clamber in easily enough, thanks to the wide doors and front seats that slide far forward and out of the way. Once inside, there's a surprising amount of leg room, but the sloping roof means your passengers will have to slouch to stop their heads from brushing the ceiling. There’s only room for two in the back – with the space between them given over to an armrest.