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BMW 650i Coupe features a more powerful twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 engine and 8-speed automatic transmission. The 4.4-liter V8 in the BMW 650i produces 400 horsepower and 450 pound-feet of torque over a wide powerband, with peak torque available from 1750 to 4500 rpm. Zero to 60 mph comes in 4.9 seconds. Fuel economy ratings for 2009 BMW 650i models regardless of body style are 17/25 mpg.
The 650i versions are all about power. The turbocharged V8 is rated at 445 horsepower peaking from 5500-6000 rpm and 480 foot-pounds of torque peaking at a low and broad 2000-4500 rpm. The V8 is more of a point-and-shoot kind of car, while the 640i, even with the longer wheelbase in the Gran Coupe, wants to caress the driver in the corners. A BMW 650i Coupe accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds, which is substantially quicker than their 640i counterparts.
The 8-speed ZF manual automatic transmission with paddle shifters works well in the 650i models. The top two gears are serious overdrives, with long-legged ratios of 0.839:1 and 0.667:1, so the freeway rpm's are way low. Driving casually in automatic mode, the upshifts are seamless, and kickdowns are relatively infrequent; the transmission is programmed to use the engine's torque. In effect, it's a close-ratio 6-speed, and, using the paddles, you can play with it like that. It will respond sharply and obediently. It will deliver hard downshifts and will short-shift upward when you want it to. It upshifts at 5800 rpm by itself in manual mode, so you don't need to watch the tach; importantly, it upshifts at the same rpm every time, it doesn't second-guess the driver. We rarely are able to make those statements about automatic transmissions, not even the sportiest of them.
Rear-wheel drive is standard in the 650 line. , Comfort Access keyless entry, tilting glass panel roof with power sliding roofline, power tilt and telescope steering wheel with automatic tilt-up, power windows with an opening from remote and closing from the exterior lock, Park Distance Control, electric park brake, ambiance interior lighting, , three-stage heated front seats, universal garage door opener, 205-watt nine-speaker AM/FM/CD MP3 audio with Sirius Satellite Radio and HD Radio, three-spoke multi-function steering wheel, USB, Bluetooth, rearview camera, exterior temperature display,Cruise Control, navigation system.
Safety equipment standard on all 6 Series includes frontal airbags, front-seat side-impact airbags, active knee protection, front safety belts with automatic pretensioners, LATCH child-restraint system, the automatic disconnect of the fuel pump, starter and alternator in an accident with activation of hazard lights, interior lights and door unlock, BMW Assist eCall with SOS button and automatic collision notification, rearview camera, adaptive brake lights. Coupes and Gran Coupes come with curtain airbags for rollover protection; Convertibles come with roll bars that extend when sensors detect a possible rollover.