Alpina D10 is a upper middle class car that was built from BMW E39  and was produced since 2000 until 2003. When comparing to E39 it can be seen that this model had different front bumper and slightly different interior. There were two car body types that D10 received – sedan and station wagon. D10 had a 2.9 L 245 hp (180 kW) diesel engine and came with a manual six-speed or five-speed automatic gearbox. There were 239 cars produced during 3 years of manufacturing.