The base price of the new 2012 BMW 650i Convertible was announced at the 2011 Detroit Motor Show and beginning this spring, BMW customers looking for a high-end BMW convertible will have to shell out $90,500.
This week, BMW releases more information around packages and options pricing. In standard configuration, the 4.4 liter twin-turbo charged V-8 engine producing 400 hp and 450 lbs-ft of torque is matted to a 6-speed manual transmission. An 8-speed sport automatic transmission is available also.
Versus the outgoing model, the following equipment has been added to the 650i Convertible:
- 20-way Multi-contour seats
- Nappa Leather
- Comfort Access
- Rear-view Camera
- LED fog lights
- Driving Dynamics Control which allows the driver to choose the way the vehicle responds via 4 modes – COMFORT, NORMAL, SPORT, SPORT+
- 19″ Wheels
Other options include:
BMW Applications – $250
Heated front seats – $500
Ceramic Controls – $650
20″ Wheels – $1,300
Leather Dash with stitching – $1,500
Integral Active Steering – $1,750
Active Roll Stabilization – $2,000
Active Cruise Control – $2,400
Night Vision – $2,600
Beige Soft top – No Cost
Gray Poplar Wood Trim – No Cost
Aluminum Trim – No Cost
There are four packages offered with the 2012 BMW 650i Convertible. First, the Cold Weather Package with a price of $750 which includes ski bag, heated front seats and steering wheel.
Next, Luxury Seating Package, $1,500 and ads active and ventilated front seats.
A $3,900 Driver Assistance Package includes Parking assistant, Head Up, Surround view camera, Automatic high beams, Lane departure warning, Active blind spot detection.
Last, Premium Sound Package – $1,800 (Premium hi-fi, Satellite Radio, USB).
The vehicle will start production in March 2011 and launch in May.