2012 BMW 650i Convertible Pricing and Ordering Information

6-series | February 9th, 2011 by 6
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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 …

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

2012 BMW 650i Convertible Pricing and Ordering Information

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.

  • Alex

    Heated front seats aren’ tstandard on a 650i??? Wow BMW, disappointing…I’d expect to have those standard on the 640i coupe given the market that this car is going after

    • Jag

      convertibles are supposed to be for warm weather driving, no need for heated seats

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  • Geoff

    What are “Ceramic Controls” and why do they cost $650!!??!

  • yournextsource

    You might see heated seats standard when the all wheel drive versions are finally produced. Yes, there will be xi versions of the convertible. They will be produced before the xi version of the coupe. And just for record, the automatic transmission is a no cost option.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1516843192 Horatiu Boe

    Someone asked me the other day if the price is fair for the new 6er. Tough question, it all comes down to how much you have, how much you love the brand and what else you can get for the same amount.

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