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5 Things You Need to Know About the 2016 BMW ALPINA B6 xDrive Gran Coupe

Already for sale in Europe, the 2016 BMW ALPINA B6 xDrive Gran Coupe will be coming to America in June. Before you visit it comes to the USA, here are five things you need to know: 208 more words

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Alpina celebrates its 50th birthday with special editions of 600 hp B5 Bi-Turbo and B6 Bi-Turbo

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In Alpina’s Birthday presents to us two special editions of the B5 Bi-Turbo and B6 Bi-Turbo Specific versions.

Equipped with V8 engine 4,4-liter of improved Series 5 and Series 6 produces 600 hp with 800 Nm of torque, making the two cars, the strongest road cars ever built by Alpina. 63 more words


Tag Heuer, Breitling, Swatch & others usher in Swiss smartwatch movement ahead of Apple Watch

The Swiss watch market is bracing for the smartwatch movement, with many fearing another downturn for traditional mechanical timepieces much the same as when low cost Quartz movements were first introduced. 279 more words



Los Horological Smartwatch suizos carecen de pantalla digital: en su esfera, unas bellas agujas cortadas con láser indican la información en formato analógico

El Horological Smartwatch suizo es la síntesis de la innovación mediante la alta tecnología y la artesanía relojera tradicional suiza, el eslabón entre lo moderno y lo clásico y un puente tendido entre Suiza y Silicon Valley, poseyendo una belleza clásica y natural y, a la vez, proporcionando los beneficios… 458 more words


The Swiss begin launching luxury 'smartwatches'

”Everyone’s been waiting for it, and now it’s happened: The Swiss have finally entered the smartwatch fray,” Stephen Pulvirent reports for Bloomberg.

“Coming only a few weeks after Swatch announced it will release a smartwatch to compete with the Apple Watch, a new Swiss company called Manufacture Modules Technologies (MMT) has introduced a line of smartwatches made in Switzerland,” Pulvirent reports. 158 more words


Swiss Watch Makers Announce An Activity Tracking System Designed To Hide Inside Fancy Watches

If you’ve been wondering how Switzerland was going to react to the coming of the Apple Watch, ponder no more: two smaller luxury watch companies, Alpina and Frederique Constant, have added electronic components to otherwise staid analog watches, essentially turning a fancy timepiece into a sort of mechanical Fitbit. 460 more words