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James Flammang
Contributing Editor - May 18, 2016


BMW’s dramatic touring coupe, the 650 makes a strong play for buyers who want all the comforts of a large luxury sedan in a highly expressive package. Both coupe and soft-top convertible body styles are offered. In addition to BMW levels of prestige, along with the impeccable steering and handling for which the brand is known, you get the effortless performance of a muscular 445-horsepower, twin-turbo V8.

What's New for 2017

Last year brought a modest freshening. Wireless charging and a wi-fi hotspot are now standard, along with the latest iDrive control (5.0). Smartphone integration is no longer offered, as its functions are part of the new wireless charging. The M Sport Edition remains available as an option package.

Choosing Your BMW 650

Every 650 is powered by a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 that pumps out 445 horsepower and 480 pound-feet of torque, working with an eight-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel drive is optional for both coupe and convertible models. Automatic start-stop technology is standard.

Coupe pricing starts at $89,000. The convertible, priced $7,500 higher, carries a traditional soft top. Compared to retractable hardtops, that helps preserve rear-seat and trunk space. Both body styles feature a Nappa leather interior with multi-contour 20-way power front seats with adjustable thigh and side support, wood trim, and memory settings for the driver and front passenger. The leather used in convertibles is sun-reflective.

Other standard fare includes adaptive cruise control, a rearview camera, front and rear parking sensors, and a 16-speaker Harman Kardon surround-sound audio system. Alloy wheels hold 19-inch tires.

The available Executive package tops off the 650 with automatic soft-closing doors, ventilated front seats, ceramic-finish controls, head-up display, and power rear sunshade. For an even sportier feel, you can add the M Sport Package, which provides more aggressive styling inside and out, plus specific 19- or 20-inch wheels.

The Driver Assistance package equips the 650 with enhanced safety technology such as forward collision warning, city collision mitigation, pedestrian detection, lane-keeping assist, surround-view cameras, and speed-limit information. The Cold Weather Package adds a heated steering wheel and a ski bag. A Black Accent package comes with a choice of wood or Piano Black trim.

For drivers who wish to go all the way, the M Sport Edition combines contents from the Executive and M Sport packages, for a $4,800 total price.

As for individual options, you can order some pretty sophisticated upgrades like Adaptive Drive (active roll stabilization), four-wheel steering (rear-drive only), infrared Night Vision with pedestrian detection, and a self-parking system (rear-drive only). Audiophiles might be tempted by the 16-speaker Bang & Olufsen surround-sound system, a $3,700 extra.

CarsDirect Tip

We've been big fans of BMW’s M Sport Edition, which delivers quite an incredible array of equipment, from valuable safety features to aero body components to convenience extras. The additional premium you pay for an M Sport Edition is considerably lower than the cost of its contents if purchased separately.

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