Sunday, July 31, 2011

Bmw 535i

Bmw 535i review
Bmw 535i,From the row of five series which was launched some time ago, variant spoiledone famous for the person behind the wheel. Why? Because of course, is precisely the 535th driving pleasure for the driver.

So, please forgive me if there is no fun as his friends who are also launched on June 16 last year, which is enforceable 523rd and 528th. Describe a valuable guide flawed U.S. $ 1.18 M (the road) this?

Once in front of the figure of five series, the course will show a 'comfort' fathers sedan ', comfortably seated and pull smooth quiet voice.

But all this will go away when he met with the 535th. How can we not, by gazing at the engine room, six-cylinder engine will appear. Outside twin exhaust snout mean something different than a normal engine.

Well, start the engine with the keyless start / stop, which sounds good, but still leaves a pretty cool roar. Position on D or only the S (sport), then step on the gas! He seemed to respect the backs of the seats, because its attraction as infinite acceleration gear-eighth.

In addition, there is no choice of transmission modes, Normal, Sport and Sport, the second, of course, is the ability to make the control more exciting, because the support that will reduce the DSC, although there are certainly still leftfunction of this safety device.

8-speed transmission is a complete new in this 5-series BMW, can be operated with steering wheel gearshift paddles and steptronik. Similar to car racing! Control problem, still the same as its predecessor, remained stable at various speeds.

At the start, speed up to above 200 km / h was reached only briefly by the motor car with a torque of 400 revolutions per minute Nm/1.200 this. In the gas continues until the needle of the speedometer is approaching 260 km / h. No need to distance was too far to reach this speed.

In fact, the driver again ruined here, the view ahead is clear enough at night that HID lamps with adaptive headlamp, this device can make a lamp in the direction toward the wheel.

Not to mention, fog lights also illuminate the side of the road when cornering. If this problem in the era of the early 2000's has been applied in other cars.

To adapt this car was speeding. On the road that was not too well any more spoiled drivers. In addition to the strains of a song with good sound quality, there is also a function of automatic lock system. Living activate it if they want to stop for a while 'as when jammed or the hill, there is no need to worry.

Stay with the D position, put the foot brake locks the wheel so as to activate the brake. No need to hold the brake pedal pressed. I want to go, just keep pressing the accelerator.

like this driver, not really very contagious to the rear. Rear passengers get more space than its predecessor only raised, with a completeness not different than previous versions.

Once again, the 535th, there is no fun, in the form of two TV monitors behind the headrests in the front as the 523rd and 528th Executive. Although the audio system with 12 speakers, 250 watts. embarrassment to its owner.
Test Results
Bmw 535i Acceleration
0-100 km / h 7.1 seconds
40-80 kmh 4.2 seconds
0-402 m 16.3 seconds
BMW 535I Braking
100-0 kmh 35 m
Fuel consumption (liters / km)
inner-city eighth, ninth
Constant of 100 kmh 1 / 13
Outside the city of 1 / 11

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Monday, July 25, 2011

bmw 750li

bmw 750li

Bmw 750li review
Bmw 750li  2011 BMW 7-Series sedan range includes the widest variety ever in its 23 year history, for a total of 15 models. Together with the 750th xDrive, the xDrive 750Li, and 760Li introduced MY2010, the 7-Series line now includes the first 6-cylinder 7-Series offered in the United States since 1992. Finally, the returns on the new BMW Alpina B7 BMW 7-Series platform as four models: standard and long wheelbase versions and rear-wheel drive and xDrive version. The B7 is a new benchmark in terms of performance, refinement, technology, luxury and exclusivity.
For an interesting example of his philosophy of engineering EfficientDynamics, BMW has announced the North American debut of the Series-7 with a twin-turbo 3.0-liter in-line-6 ​​engine. Featuring award-winning BMW inline-6 ​​engine (N54 HP) that produces V-8 power six-cylinder fuel efficiency, the new BMW 740i and BMW 740Li achieve a remarkable balance of power, efficiency, driving dynamics and sporty.
2011 750th and 750Li are the first 7-Series models ever to be offered with xDrive highly praised BMW All-Wheel-Drive system. BMW xDrive all-wheel drive system has been improved for these models to ensure that the 750th xDrive and 750Li xDrive set a new benchmark for the management of features including all-wheel drive sedans. Integrated Chassis Management, BMW is able to identify and limit torque steer moving backward (up to 80% of the rear axle), preserving the stability for which xDrive has been so widely recognized.

In a second step, the integrated chassis management can then apply an exact combination of gas and single rear corner braking in order to maintain operation in a perfectly neutral corner - regardless of road conditions.
These improvements ensure that the key to xDrive 750th xDrive and 750Li xDrive will be two of the most agile all-wheel drive sedans available in every vehicle segment.
For driving enthusiasts, model year 2010 also marks the debut of the M Sports Package for all 7-series models. M Sport Package includes an M steering wheel, lift, reducing aerodynamic kit, Active Roll Stabilization (RWD only), Shadowline Trim, Anthracite headlining and 19 "wheels with ultra-high performance tires. Looking for 20" ultra-high performance tires are available at an additional cost.Carbon Black Metallic exterior paint is available with the new M Sport package.
With the introduction of the 2010 760Li, BMW has raised the standard for maximum performance and luxury in this premium class. The new BMW 760Li Sedan has assumed the top position within the BMW model portfolio, offering the highest level of driving refinement in its segment.
The heart and foundation of this extraordinary new vehicle comes from a brand new BMW V12 engine. Developed as a completely new engine from scratch, the latest BMW V12 is a masterpiece of modern engine technology. 535 horsepower comes at a system of 5,250 rpm with maximum torque of 550 Nm from just 1,500 rpm.
In combination with a newly developed 8-speed automatic, BMW V12 that offers unparalleled quality and refined driving dynamics driving through its ability to convert seemingly limitless reserves of power in action with amazing responsiveness. The details of the 760Li are described in a separate release.
Finally, the BMW Alpina B7 is the second generation of cars based on BMW ALPINA 7-Series to be offered in the United States. The first BMW Alpina B7 has been offered in limited edition for 2007 and 2008 model years. And reinterpreted on the basis of the current BMW 7-Series platform, the B7 is a new benchmark in terms of performance, refinement, technology, luxury and exclusivity.
Yielding exquisite levels of power and torque from the twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8, and in collaboration with the electronically adjustable suspension with active roll stabilization, the new B7 promises to offer a range of driving experiences so broad as to be unprecedented in this class of cars. The evolution of the traditional 20-spoke 21 "wheels ALPINA CLASSIC emphasize fresh design language found throughout the B7 and give it a distinctive and powerful. The details of the BMW Alpina B7 is described in a separate release.
Luxury and dynamics harmonize as never before
The 7-Series embodies luxury that inspires, driving dynamics that enthuse, and a visual presence that earns universal admiration. And 'the product of a self-assured design philosophy and consistent artistic engineering still evolving. To a large extent, this new sedan owes its unique character, a great variety of progressive innovations whose purpose is to make driving a magnificent automobile - as well as riding in it - an unforgettable experience.
At the heart of this experience are chassis engineering that sets new international standards and new transmission technology. Introduced in 2004, the concept comes to the BMW Active Steering-7 series in a new, unique form: Integral Active Steering, encompassing not only the original variable-ratio steering front, but rear wheel. Acting as a global system, the two capabilities deliver a new combination of handling, maneuverability and unrivaled stability in dynamic driving conditions.Integral Active Steering is available as a stand-alone option.
All 7-Series models are equipped with driving Dynamics Control, which allows the driver to select from four progressively sporty driving programs with the touch of a button. Control of the driving dynamics are integrated with electronic damping control (which has three modes of shock absorber control) with transmission shift characteristics, engine response to accelerator pedal, and steering assist and traction control level.
Active Roll Stabilization another BMW advance in handling and ride comfort, is another feature available to the M Sport Package: Via electro-hydraulically actuated anti-roll bars, ARS reduces body "roll" or lean in cornering to a minimum, greatly improving The feeling of the road hugging handling.
The new 740th equipped 6-cylinder 740Li
The 2011 BMW 740i and BMW 740Li feature internationally renowned twin-turbo inline-6 ​​engine (N54 HP) with up-rated power of 315 hp at 5800 rpm and 330 Nm of torque 1600-4500 rpm. Building all-aluminum engine, high-precision direct injection, dual overhead cam variable-VANOS technology, and Brake Energy Regeneration are some of the technologies used in the BMW EfficientDynamics philosophy to place the 740Li and 740th among the most powerful six-cylinder luxury saloon in the world. Provide power to the rear wheels is BMW 6-speed automatic, known for a fast, changing and adjusting a capacity to adapt intelligently to the driving style.
A key aspect of the BMW EfficientDynamics philosophy is "virtual displacement," the notion that modern BMW engines of small displacement can match or exceed the results of the traditional engines of greater displacement and more cylinders.This principle has already been seen in the model BMW 750i, which features a twin-turbo V-8 performance at the level of the previous generation of the BMW V12 engine. Virtual displacement provides the power of an engine with greater fuel efficiency and low CO2 emissions signature of a smaller engine.
The Reverse Flow Single Twin Turbo V-8 power of 750th and 750Li
All 750 models are powered by a reverse flow of highly advanced and unique twin-turbo V-8 engine. With 4.4 liters of displacement and direct fuel injection (High Precision Injection, BMW), the V-8 brings its two turbochargers in the "valley" between the two cylinder banks putting the exhaust valves inside the intake valves and external - a very unusual layout and a complete departure from its predecessor. This "variation from the norm" pays off: the engine develops 400 hp in the range 5500-6400 rpm, and a robust 450 pounds-feet. of torque over the entire growing range of 1750-4500 revolutions per minute.
The point of the new engineering approach is to achieve higher performance without much higher fuel consumption. In technical terms, the approach involves some very new design details. For the first time, two turbochargers and exhaust-cleaning catalytic converters are placed between the V-8 the two cylinder banks.In turn, this required the camshafts and exhaust valves inboard so that the path from cylinder turbo (which are driven by exhaust gas) would be ineffective. The intake camshafts and valves are then positioned outboard. Visually, this translates into a very different-looking engine.
And an impressive-performing one. Apart from the dramatic thrust that drivers will notice subjectively, the objective data are also dramatic: the 750i, accelerates from 0-60mph in 5.1 seconds and reaches 60 mph xDrive 750th in 5.0 seconds flat.
As in the acclaimed 3.0-liter 6-cylinder twin-turbo engine of 740 models, the use of low-mass turbochargers twins exceeds the historical disadvantage of supercharging the so-called "turbo lag" before the engine responds to the driver's seat accelerator foot with strong thrust. And the twin turbos keep providing, as well as speed range mentioned above. The effect is that of a significantly larger displacement engine, but this aluminum V-8 weighs less than a larger, naturally aspirated engine of comparable performance would.
Also contributing to the brilliant performance is BMW's High Precision Injection, a system of direct injection gasoline that sprays the precise mixture of fuel and air directly into the cylinders, rather than the intake ports.
Located centrally in the combustion chambers for optimum combustion, the injectors are thus subject to very high temperatures and provide fuel to very high pressures. To meet BMW's ambitious performance / efficiency / emissions goals with the necessary long-term durability, a "stack" of piezo crystals reacts lightning-fast pulse with the engine electronics, governing opening stroke of the needle'primer and duration for ultra-precise control. According to the researchers who developed this technology, it helps fuel economy by 2-3% and 20% less emissions.
Brake Energy Regeneration: An energy-saving innovation
The 2011 7 Series models are among the first U.S. models to be equipped with BMW Brake Energy Regeneration, part of the expansion of BMW EfficientDynamics in the U.S. market.
To save energy and reduce fuel consumption of the vehicle, the system checks the times when the alternator recharges the battery. Conventionally, a car alternator and then runs continuously charging the battery is always available, in-7 series, we only charge when the vehicle is decelerating or braking, or freewheel, drawing virtually no power from the engine. An electronically controlled clutch, somewhat similar to that used with the air conditioning compressor, adds to engage and disengage the alternator.
Accommodate less frequent recharging is a special, more powerful "deep cycle" battery that can meet the high demands of a modern electric vehicle, with no access to continuous charge. The battery uses a technology called "carpet of glass," in which its internal plates are separated with absorbent material saturated with boron-silicate glass rather than the usual liquid electrolyte. This construction dramatically reduces the conversion of the battery charging energy to heat, and able to provide the electrical power needed for longer periods between charges.
The driver can control its function in the blue portion of the fuel gauge fuel flow below the tachometer.
Precise, responsive 6-speed automatic transmission with 6 and 8 cylinder models
BMW pioneered the 6-speed automatic with the previous 7-Series, the 7-Series evolves this concept with quicker, smoother shifting, improved torque converter efficiency and the new interface-type E-Shift drivers. Overall, the result of evolutionary changes in a more responsive, the transmission more efficient and sportier.
For example, when the driver "kicks down" the accelerator, the transmission can scale from as many as four gears - just as fast as if it were shifting down only one gear. And mechanical locking torque converter is - an improvement of efficiency available - is now engaged in most cases, reducing slippage and improving throttle response, especially in low gears.
The E-Shift driver interface controls the transmission, not by mechanically connecting the lever and the transmission, but by electrical and electronic equipment. It provides Normal, Sport and Manual, the last performed by the driver "tipping" the lever forward to the climb, the road map for upshifts.
BMW xDrive: intelligent all-wheel drive for enhanced dynamics and optimum traction. Now available on-7 Series.
Permanent four-wheel drive with electronically controlled, variable distribution of drive force between front and rear axles gives all BMW X models not only superior traction, but also greater driving dynamics. Indeed, BMW xDrive gains its superiority as an intelligent all-wheel-drive system by distributing drive power front to rear through an electronically controlled multi-clutch according to driving conditions, in exactly the right dosage and for ' aligned with the socket.
Under normal driving conditions, xDrive distributes drive power in a split 40:60 front to rear, with sensors consistently measuring wheel slip. Thus, the system is able within a fraction of a second to vary the distribution of drive forces, anticipating the upcoming situation and not just responding once a wheel has started to turn. This serves to stabilize the vehicle before the driver notices any need for action.
The xDrive system xDrive and the 750th 750Li xDrive models has been improved to ensure that these models set a new benchmark for the management of features including all-wheel drive sedans. Integrated Chassis Management of BMW, with its remarkable speed FlexRay network system and the rapid response to hardware xDrive is able to identify and limit the understeer moving backward torque (up to 80% of the rear axle) while preserving the xDrive stability that has been so widely recognized.
In a second step, the integrated chassis management can then apply an exact combination of gas and single rear corner braking in order to maintain operation in a perfectly neutral corner - regardless of road conditions.
An additional feature xDrive Hill Decent Control is now possible on the Series-7.Hill decent control activated by a button on the center console and, using the brakes and individual xDrive is able to automatically control the vehicle along a decent road curves steep and icy, and allows complete control of the steering. Hill Decent Control can be programmed to maintain a set speed from 6 to 15 mph using the button on the steering wheel Cruise. Hill decent speed and the preset operation is displayed on the display under the speedometer.
These improvements ensure that the key to xDrive 750th xDrive and 750Li xDrive will be two of the most agile all-wheel drive sedans available in every vehicle segment.
New, innovative chassis technology combines dynamics and comfort
True to BMW tradition, the 7-Series used to create a new generation of vehicles to advance the art of chassis technology and engineering. Improving both driving dynamics and ride comfort are always the main objectives of the transition to a new generation, and in these regards the 7 confirmed the tradition brilliantly.
Just as the engine combines sporting performance with luxurious refinement, the suspension technology gives the 7-Series with the agile handling only a luxury car, but also an outstanding level of ride comfort. Beyond these "basics", these machines allow the driver to decide at any time the priority to be assigned to one of two
At the front, a double wishbone system, the first system of its kind ever in a BMW car, marks a new stage, after decades of refinement of the BMW double-pivot strut-type suspension systems in one of the world's best suspension. And 'type multi-link, add a top link ("Wishbone") to the familiar double-pivot lower links and thus relieving the strut of his role in determining the geometry of the suspension.The double-pivot lower wishbone make up the forearms. Another BMW specialty, the use of aluminum for links and other components, is applied here as well and improves suspension response and ride comfort on uneven road surfaces.
The rear suspension, too, is a significant evolution from previous generations.Like the front suspension is a multi-link BMW calls the integrated system for its small, essentially vertical Integral Link connecting the upper and lower floors of lateral control. And even as the front, aluminum components are widely used.
A complex multi-link rear wheel angles as this controls very precisely, minimizing unwanted effects under load changes (such as lifting off the accelerator when cornering or acceleration and braking) and achieving a comfortable driving agility.
If steel springs are used in the front and rear of the 750i, the long wheelbase 750Li comes standard with electronic self-leveling air springs that compensate for loads carried in the back seat and trunk, maintaining normal vehicle height even with afull complement of passengers and luggage.
Intelligent lightweight design means maximum agility, efficiency and robustness
Thanks to BMW's intelligent lightweight design process, the body structure of the new 7-Series is the efficiency benefits of weight and solidity. Targeted applications of steels with high strength and the highest, and, for many elements and aluminum components allowed BMW to achieve greater passive safety, but reduce the weight of the structure. Compared to its predecessor body, the new models are about 20% stiffer in torsion - which, in turn, positively influences driving dynamics. Expressed another way, the so-called "lightweight index," which quantifies torsional rigidity than the bearing surface and weight of the vehicle has been improved significantly.
Romance in the market segment of the 7-Series' is its combination of a main steel structure and aluminum roof glued: the light-metal roof saves approximately 7 kg/15 lb., and because this savings is at the highest point of the vehicle, lowers the center of gravity and further contributes to vehicle dynamics. The doors are made of aluminum, saving a further £ 48.5 name from the predecessor, the hood and front fenders are made of aluminum, making a significant contribution to the efficiency for total weight of these cars'.
Standard Electronic Damping Control and Dynamic Driving Control
Electronic damping control damper controls at any level of consistency between the settings softer and firmer, just adapt to road conditions and driver's demands at any given time. Ride firmness is always at the optimum level for current road conditions, vehicle speed and load of the transport vehicle (again, passengers and luggage). On smooth roads, the shocks are kept at the softest setting appropriate, in the corners, they are immediately set firmer, just to the right level.And when the vehicle encounters an uneven surface of the road, they fit perfect firmness level to control ride motions, preserve riding comfort and maintain contact with the road.
Electronic damping control is standard on all 7-series models, developed to be integrally combined with the driving control including standard Dynamics. Driving Dynamics Control provides the driver choices of settings for shock firmness, transmission shift characteristics, engine throttle response and power-steering: Comfort, Normal, Sport and Sport Plus. In addition, traction and stability system Dynamic Stability Control continues with a Dynamic Traction Control setting (reduced traction intervention) that improves start-ups in the snow and is suitable for track-style driving.
All 750 models run on 18-in. alloy wheels, carrying all-season run-flat tires of 245/50R-18 dimensions. 19-in. wheels and performance tires with staggered sizes (245/45 front and 275/40 rear) are available as stand-alone option or as part of the optional Sport Chrono M. 20-in. wheels and performance tires are optional with the M Sports Package.
New, advanced option: Integral Active Steering
Offered in 2011 as a stand-alone option, BMW Integral Active Steering varies the steering ratio electronically (the number of degrees of steering wheel must be rotated to get a steering angle 1ES the front wheels) according to vehicle speed and the other driving conditions. At low speeds and during parking maneuvers this ratio declined significantly, resulting in remarkable maneuverability and agility, with increasing vehicle speed, so does the ratio, reaching a "normal" at about 75 mph.
Integral Active Steering also includes rear wheel steering capability. Through a steering column and a servo motor in an eccentric position, the rear wheels can be driven up to a maximum of 3E. At low speeds, they are steered in the opposite way to the front wheels, depending on vehicle speed, turning radius can be reduced by up to 27.5 inches - which, combined with reduced steering ratio the front wheels', greatly improves maneuverability. By varying the rear-wheel as a function of vehicle speed, the system directs them in the same direction as the fronts at higher speeds, which increases the most important attribute of stability at these speeds. Another, and perhaps less expected, benefit is that the rear-steering reduces the yaw rate in a given road speed maneuver, which will be perceived by rear seat passengers as an improvement in driving comfort.
As a result, this unique combination of Active Steering on the front and rear wheels equally benefits both comfort and agility. Yet, there is more: more stability under braking. Connected to sensors Dynamic Stability Control (DSC), Integral Active Steering can also make a targeted steering correction to hinder the loss of directional control under braking on a road surface that is uneven from side to side.
Secure management via powerful brakes and full DSC
Yet another advance is in active safety brake system of the 7-Series'. Four ventilated disc brakes are standard for a long feature on all BMW models the United States, but until now the additional refinement of aluminum / cast iron brake discs has been reserved for the highest-performing five six models in the series.
In this patented design, the brake rotor (disc) consists of two parts: the high-carbon cast iron the outside, which operates conventionally as the surface on which the brake pads grip to slow or stop the vehicle, and an "aluminum cap" at the center, which mounts the rotor to the vehicle. Benefits include a reduction of the concept of unsprung weight, complementing the aluminum suspension for the benefit of ride comfort and road adhesion.
Reduced rotor deformation under braking is the benefit of others. This means less tendency of the brakes to vibrate when it is hot, and the reduced likelihood of rotors break in extreme heat.
The braking system is also supported by the full function of Dynamic Stability Control (DSC). These include anti-lock braking (ABS), Automatic Stability Control (ASC), Cornering Brake Control and Dynamic Brake Control, each of these functions contributes to vehicle stability or to braking effectiveness. Other improvements include braking via DSC Brake Fade Compensation, which compensates for the lack of braking power (fading) under hard or repeated brake use; Brake Standby, which wrap the brake pads to the rotors when the driver suddenly takes off foot off the accelerator to reduce the actual time delay in applying the brakes and brake drying, which brings the pads to the discs periodically while driving in the wet.
Beyond these extensive functions, still others involve the use of brakes to achieve the desired objectives and operational stability. For example, a new electronic limited slip differential function comes into play in vigorous driving when DSC is completely switched off. With appropriate use of only the rear brake when cornering, DSC simulates a traditional mechanical limited slip differential. This has the effect of better distribution of power between the two rear wheels and thus improving traction in this driving situation.
Intelligent driving dynamics via Integrated Chassis Management and FlexRay
All these driving dynamics functions are coordinated and overseen by BMW Integrated Chassis Management. Road detection and analysis of a large number of inputs, this powerful electronic control system applies and governs the interaction of these functions to ensure maximum stability. In rapidly changing conditions, such as changing road surface, spontaneous steering input, abrupt acceleration or sudden braking, ICM reacts with ultra-fast actions, ultra-precise actuators via DSC, electronic damping control, and - if present - Integral Active Steering and Active Roll Stabilization.
For this extremely sensitive and powerful networking features, the new 7-Series uses FlexRay data transmission technology. Developed by a consortium of which BMW is a leading member, FlexRay achieves unprecedented speed of communication so far, about 20 times faster than previously possible. In Series-7, up to 16 electronic control units can be networked in no other current car can longitudinal, lateral and vertical movement of the vehicle to be so precisely monitored and influenced. BMW is the first automotive manufacturer to offer FlexRay technology in production vehicles, first appeared in the current X5, and is also used in the X6.
Driving Dynamics Control
Adjacent to the E-Shift lever on the center console is the driving dynamics control switch. DDC provides four settings that tailor the characteristics of the vehicle for different drivers, different moods, one driving, driving conditions - or all of the above. The settings are Comfort, Normal, Sport and Sport Plus, the vehicle-dynamics parameters are affected:
Shock absorber firmness (within the system with electronic damping control)
Engine response to throttle
Transmission shift characteristics
Power steering assist level
Dynamic Stability Control Mode
Clearly, the driving dynamics of the vehicle can be greatly influenced by these different calibrations of so many elements. In addition, through iDrive, the driver can program his or her preferences for all five parameters in a personal setting for sports, immediately called up-mode.
Another control in this area affects Dynamic Stability Control (BMW's all-encompassing stability and traction control system) alone. A short press of the button switches the system Dynamic Traction Control, during which the threshold of the DSC, one effect of this setting is improved traction in deep snow. A push and hold the same DSC off completely, even if one function (antilock braking) is always active.
The 7-Series is equipped with electrohydraulic parking brake rather than the usual mechanics, the driver sets and releases the brake with a button on the console.An Auto Hold function, which automatically keeps the vehicle stationary and thus eliminates "creep" when he stopped running, is also available via a button next to it.
Sporty BMW image - in its most elegant
A harmonious blend of dynamic presence and elegance is the overarching theme of the new 7-Series design. A long wheelbase (in them, even more), long hood and short front overhang are basic attributes, a greenhouse set relatively rearward, a flat roofline and overall dynamic proportions say "BMW", and at the same time "the most elegant BMW."
At the front, headlights include BMW's distinctive use "light rings" for Daytime running lamps, and are accented on top by a band of light that visually unites the two traditional lights on each side. The BMW "kidney grilles" - another traditional element, appearing here in new form - are notable for their boldness, verticality and low position.
In profile, the interplay of convex and concave surfaces associated with recent BMW design appears here in extended, subtly swung contours and lines. For the first time on a 7-Series, the front side panels include a chromed "gill" that integrates the side blinker - itself a safety element - and gives character to the relatively long space between front and wheelwell base of the windshield. Form follows function: this proportion is a constant attribute of BMW design body, and an outward sign of the rear-wheel drive and optimum front / rear weight balance that are BMW principles.
Sculptural modeling of the profile makes for a graceful transition into the rear deck. Rooflines flow gracefully on her hips up to the bumper sport by creating a conclusion to this altogether graceful design. A simple chrome strip connecting the rear light clusters, which continue the L-shape that BMW has become a tradition. LED technology makes it warm, homogeneous illumination whether tail, brake or turn signal lights or even the third stop of 3 degrees, put on top of the rear window.
Wide range of lighting functions forward and improve vision to the outside
It probably goes without saying that Xenon headlights are standard on the 7, but these are just the beginning of a wide range of advanced features that enhance beneficial and fun lighting out these cars'.
For example, the luminous "Corona Rings" that have become an identifier BMW in recent years, are now used for daytime running lights, adding visual distinction of a safety precaution favored by many pilots. Adaptive control the lights based on input wheel steering, the yaw rate and vehicle speed to aid forward illumination when cornering, and for the first time, the lights' auto-leveling takes into account road topography (such as ridges hills, tunnels, steep ramps) and adjusts their aim up or down as appropriate to avoid blinding drivers coming. At low speeds, cornering lights help the driver "see around" corners of the city, for backup, the American models both cornering lights (left and right) illuminate.
Advanced, luxurious, inviting: the interior
Plenty of space - it almost goes without saying that occupants of the new 7 enjoy plenty of space to the knee, head and elbow in the front and rear compartments.Contemporary design - the ambiance is luxurious, high quality and advanced in its services and functions. The contours, color coordination and choice of materials characterized by taste and harmony. With its center console angled slightly towards the driver, the control center promotes intuitive mastery of the driver of the vehicle: this is always a hallmark of BMW interior design. And yet this interior is not just for the driver, his attention concept, layout, technology and design in the way the needs of the driver and passengers' well-being.
The feeling of generous space and harmonious design is enhanced by horizontal color gradations pervading the entire cabin. High quality materials and meticulous workmanship communicate the innate precision of these cars; details like stitching on the dash and door ledges, and double-framed central air vents, are evidence of passionate dedication to detail. The leatherette covering the main instrument panel surfaces has been recently developed to be as close to the skin as you can imagine - and yet soft Nappa leather here and on the door ledges is optionally available.
As always in BMW, the harmony of design and function is visible everywhere: for example, the integration of door handles in chrome finish lines of the door panels', or the door pulls as part of their contrasting trim material. By the way, there are three choices of wood paneling, Nappa leather interior four color combinations, and the optional additional leather surfaces.
All these refinements and choices provide the interior counterpoint to the 13 exterior colors available, and allow customers to highlight classic elegance, sportiness and sheer luxury according to their personal tastes and preferences.
As the ultimate expression of the true nature of premium cars BMW, the BMW Individual Composition is the perfect answer for those customers seeking the ultimate in luxury and try to have a more personalized 7-Series. The best quality materials and workmanship come demanding for even the smallest details set the BMW Individual 7-Series starts from other vehicles.
The four BMW Individual exterior colors are developed using special paints that create Xirallic changing nuances in the finish, giving greater color intensity and glistening two-tone effect. The three choices are full-leather interior with high-quality Merino lining, Alcantara headliner and unique interior trim choices.Illuminated BMW Individual doorsills, distinctive 20 "wheels BMW Individual, and a comfortable passenger side storage net provide additional premium touches to complement these exclusive 7-Series sedans.
Effective and elegant lighting, innovative Contour moonroof
Elegant light bars set accents on the new 7 is the door handles, door panels and pockets. U.S. models add as standard equipment a new way to distribute the ambient lighting, whose rays are "broken" by a prism structure to swim some interior surfaces with a soft glow. This harmonious illumination not only helps occupants orient themselves in the cabin during the night, but also improves the internal quality of character.
An aesthetic refinement is provided by a new moonroof design, standard on U.S. models. (. 23.6 x 36.2 in) 60 x 92 cm glass area makes the interior feel brighter and more spacious, its front edge is curved parallel to the front edge of the roof for a touch of unusual design. Functional improvements figure in this concept, too: a powered interior shade replaces the former manual one, obviating the need to handle a break. And the forward wind deflector rises at different heights, on the basis of vehicle speed, more effectively taming potential low-speed air battery or high-speed wind noise.
BMW 740Li and 750Li: lavish space for rear passengers
If the standard pitch 7Series already offers ample interior space, and the long-wheelbase 740Li 750Li offers truly magnificent for the rear passengers. And in 7, the meaning of "L" is not limited only to the length: in fact, this model also has its own roofline. This solution provides additional rear head room, as well as help maintain the dynamic proportions of the car to avoid making look like a stretched version of the short-wheelbase 7-Series. So BMW "Joy of Driving" is complemented by the typical "joy of being driven."
And this space can be further enhanced by two available options. Rear Comfort Seats only available in the Li model, includes individual left and right Comfort seats with multiple settings, including longitudinal (70 mm/2.76-in. Range), pillow and corners of the backrest and head restraint position. Additionally, rear Comfort Seats also feature Active Ventilation and Active Comfort ("massage") functions.
Rear Entertainment Package adds another dimension to rear-seat luxury: a DVD player with color monitors integrated into the backrests of the front seats', controlled by a dedicated remote control. This option is available on all models of 7 -.
Clear, intuitive control concept for greater driving pleasure and comfort
The control of many functions and internal services is via a freshly conceived and executed overall concept that is intuitive and clear. To start with the simplest aspect of this, ample storage is provided by a large glove box, door panels and containers in the pockets on the front seatbacks. Two cupholders are on the front center console, power seat controls are on the seats and controls memory are in the offing.
The basic concept for all controls rests on a philosophy of a clear and functional logical arrangement of the entire interior. So, driving-related functions are all on the driver's side, comfort-related functions around the center. This principle applies to the placement of buttons, keys and levers around the cockpit, as well as controls on the steering wheel, where they are separated than those for cruise control for audio and telephone systems.
Similar to this division, "horizontal" function is available to all screens in a separation more "vertical". In the upper areas - and then, at the height of the driver's eyes - are the primary display, such as the speedometer and tachometer (and, of course, the available Head-Up Display). Below are instruments less frequently seen as the fuel and oil temperature gauges.
At a still lower level are actual controls, optimally accessible and mostly operable without looking like the turn-signal and low / high-beam / flasher stalks. Controls that must be seen to be used are generally grouped, for example, those for the driver assistance functions clustered around the main lighting control: this too is very logical, since all these need the support of the driver to perceive an environment vehicle and situations.
Everything at a glance: instrument panel Black panel technology
The new 7's instrument cluster combines classic elements and new solutions in a complete and harmonious driving information. For the first time in a BMW, the entire cluster is a high-resolution Black Panel display, in which four classic circular instruments are most important, driving other relevant readings and present - including GPS navigation, vehicle monitoring functions, upcoming service requirements and other information - also appear here in their various (and function-related) graphic shapes.
The state of "sleeper", this display is a black void shape for the most part defined by its chrome-toned periphery and including only pointer needles, scale markings and the tachometer's red zone within it a warning. Numbers circular instruments', as well as the integrated display for fuel economy and the current range of remaining fuel, are completely electronic and not visible until a door is opened.
So is that the advantages of mechanical and electronic displays are perfectly combined - with eye-catching visual effects and graphics. When the user enters the vehicle, the circular instruments' "chrome rings," until now open at the bottom, close and become brighter. Once the ignition is turned on (after pressing the Start / Stop button), numbers, plus all other displays and warnings illuminate. The engine starts, functions that were previously activated by the driver are then revealed as well.
The instrument cluster interacts in new ways with the iDrive control display and optional Head-Up Display. Depending on the selected function, users can call telephone numbers or radio stations via the steering wheel. The cluster also increases the iDrive GPS Navigation display with a further improved directional arrow display, which can now direct the driver to change lanes and help drivers find their way in a complicated or obscured intersection. If the Head-Up Display is activated, the relevant directions appear primarily there, otherwise, appear in the instrument panel.
Current climate control settings are indicated in a second Black Panel display in the center console, along with all system controls. Users should not go into iDrive for any climate settings.
Innovations in climate control
The 7-Series offers technological progress in climate control and entertainment systems. The standard 4-zone automatic climate control provides precise adjustment of airflow and temperature, free of drafts or unpleasant air turbulence.With its 4-zones, the rear seat passengers can independently vary their climate on the left and right sides, just like in the front compartment. The 4-zone adds a rear control panel, as well as an electric heater in the rear footwells and the front of the center-of-dash vents are adjustable volume by a gentle breeze up to vigorous air delivery.
Rear seats with active ventilation and active support
Available for long wheelbase 750Li and 750Li BMW xDrive models is an option consisting of multi-adjustable rear Comfort seats rear seats with active ventilation, and comfort the active support, the latter a function "massage". Multiple internal fans gently direct cooling air through special perforated leather on the seat cushions and backrests. Multiple internal bladders to create a gentle, almost imperceptible movement in the seating surfaces to help relax the regions of the chest, shoulders and back promoting comfort and helping prevent cramps on longer journeys.
iDrive, 4 th generation, more intuitive operation, advanced functions
8 years ago, the predecessor 7-Series launched a new direction in the control of vehicle features and functions with the introduction of iDrive. Using a multi-menu color display and a mouse-like controller using a driver and passenger in the same way, a potentially crowded landscape of buttons and knobs was supplanted by a computer-logic control path. Now, the 4 th generation of iDrive, which is based on an advanced design, making it more natural, intuitive, simple and elegant.
A global attribute of iDrive was the separation of control (via the console controller) and display (the centrally placed iDrive monitor). This agreement is based, the controller has been further developed and the display is larger: fully 10.2 in. vs. 8.8 in. previously.
Positioned at the same level as the dashboard, the display of the new set higher standards for logical, readily understood menus and attractive graphics. The controller has been refined for comfortable, intuitive selection and activation of functions via standardized turn, push and tilt motions, while it increased by more than direct selection keys.
Features compelling, satisfying to use: controller with direct selection buttons
Benefiting from the new biomechanics R & D, the state-of-the-art controller operates with tactile precision and clearly structured motions. New control elements, menu systems and graphics on the control display become evident upon first use, but the appreciation of users grows in the long term. A graphical representation of the controller in the display itself helps orient the user to the next stage of control, rotation, pressure, and the filing of motions generally correspond to those of a computer mouse.
Thus interpreted, rotation of the controller leads the user through menu selections, pressing makes the choice. By tilting the controller left or right effects navigation through various menu levels. Via clear graphic organization in the form of layers and the representation of the movements on the screen controller, the user enjoys highly intuitive navigation. All menus are structured according to a consistent pattern, so that it is almost immediately at ease, the menus are broad so that the user can view relatively numerous options without switching to another level.Moreover, the functions are arranged so that in the long term, use the most important options are reached more quickly.
An additional new refinement is four direct selection buttons located directly next to the controller, for the most frequently used menus. These allow quick selection of CD, radio, telephone and navigation, and increased by three further keys of general utility: one takes the user directly to the Start menu (MENU), one for the most recently active menu (BACK ), and the third (OPTION) presents various options within the current region. As a result, searches can be shorter, or unnecessary.
Familiar and proven, but now more useful: Programmable Memory Keys
An iDrive enhancement recently introduced in other BMW models is now available for the 7 and represents a further user convenience: Programmable Memory Keys. Aligned above the audio controls, these eight keys allow the user to store favorite or most frequently used functions (radio stations, phone numbers, navigation destinations, for example) on various keys and recall instantly. The stored functions can be as specific and detailed as a navigation map in the scale of choice, a balance setting or a selected chapter in the Audio Integrated Manual (about which more later). And because the keys are sensitive not only to be pressed, but also for simply being touched by the user's finger, you can get the stored function on the control display by lightly touching the key. If it is the right one, the user need only press the button and it is there, ready to use.
Large format display, preview maps and full-screen images
With its 10.2-in. trans-reflective screen, the new iDrive system is not limited to outperform all other graphical display automobiledom far, 1280x480 pixels to its resolution means remarkably true-to-life images. This is a system suitable for a vehicle is made by up-to-date hardware and software. White on black lists, menus, icons and symbols effective, contemporary graphics and clear, consistent color-coding are among the factors that increase, not only functionality but also aesthetic.
Menu structures, too, make finding desired functions easier. On the Start menu, all functional areas served by iDrive are listed. Selecting a given item leads to its menu layer, where the options of that level are also listed. This consistency in navigation helps orient the user, as well as "stacking" of menu layers in the display. Helps to further contribute to clarity of vision. And if you get to a place where he or she did not want to be, the Back key usually reverses the error.
User-friendly GPS navigation
This overall refinement of functionality easiest way navigation control GPS series.Full screen map displays offer outstandingly detailed views of geography, maps and landmarks can be viewed in 3-dimensional shape. Selected points of interest along the travel route appear with an almost photographic realism. For 2010, the map navigation display changes to a satellite view once the map has been enlarged beyond the scale of 1 mile.
In perspective mode, the maps are displayed with the topography of the landscape. In some cities (like Manhattan), the zoom scale 400Ft within the perspective mode will make the buildings to give you a virtual view of the road.Many important points of reference (such as the Empire State Building, for example) are rendered in realistic detail.
Easy input of destinations reveals impressive capabilities of the new system. If the destination appears on a list in the system, a preview map appears as the user scrolls through the list, this can help distinguish between places with names similar or identical. If a destination (or a phone number) must be entered manually, this is done with a new, circular "spell" that makes the entry go more quickly.
Combining convenient entry into and operation of the controller
Yet another iDrive innovation is its ability to combine voice and the control input, called multi-input mode. You can go back and forth between the two methods, when in fact introduced, in fact, voice recognition can remain active during input via controller and the user can modify an input via voice. Voice recognition - BMW calls voice commands - it is activated by its function key on the steering wheel, and de-activated either upon completion of the action or by pressing the button again. Voice Command is simplified by the display of available commands, but his ability to go beyond that numerous synonyms of these commands are recognized.
This new optimized iDrive introduces a significant step forward in the operation of automotive features and functions. Greater efficiency, improved logic and clear, attractive displays help define the character of the new 7-Series. In fact, the new iDrive helps the new 7-Series to create a user experience that is unparalleled in history.
Hard drive for audio and navigation systems
The 7 comes standard with a 80-GB hard drive, which provides quick access to navigation data and space for about 12 GB of storage for all your music.
Music data from a CD, MP3 player or USB stick can be transferred to your hard drive then accessed at will. Via iDrive, users can enjoy programming from a personal music collection, directly from a CD or other external player, or radio.Individual songs ("songs") are listed alphabetically by their title and performer, and thus, easily located.
The audio system includes a standard DVD player and auxiliary audio input.Available options include a Premium Sound Package consisting of upgraded amplification and speakers, 6-disc DVD changer and iPod / USB. The available Sirius Satellite Radio option includes a 1-year subscription to the service. HD Radio with Multicasting, which BMW pioneered as an automotive audio option is standard on the Series-7. Two DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) tuners provide not only enhanced FM and AM sound, but also allow audio program of a given station, and traffic alerts to be received. If the vehicle does not leave space station's digital transmission, the system automatically returns to the same conventional transmission station.
Optional rear entertainment system also provides two 8-in. screens integrated in the headrests of the front seats'. The system is capable of reading a DVD either from its DVD player or DVD changer included in the optional Premium Sound system. The system allows for 1 internal input, 1 internal + 1 external input or 2 external inputs (such as a gaming console). The result is that each rear passenger has complete control over their respective screens.
BMW Night Vision Pedestrian Detection
Through an infrared camera, the optional Night Vision scans a range up to 1600 m in front of the vehicle in a 24-degree wide range. Another first for the 7 is this additional capability: recognition of the direction a pedestrian near the roadway is moving. If it is parallel to the road, the system detects and displays the presence on the iDrive screen (or, if present, Head-Up Display), but it warns the driver if the person is on a path to cross the street, you will see a warning message.
Cruise control with braking ability standard, optional Active Cruise Control
Cruise control is standard on 7-Series', adds new features. One is the ability to apply the brakes to maintain the set speed on longer downhill stretches, another is constantly monitoring the vehicle's lateral acceleration and adjusting the speed of rounding, if a curve too quickly would upset passenger comfort.
Active Cruise Control with Stop & Go is optional. In addition to the functions of maintaining the speed, acceleration and deceleration cruise control as standard, the ACC can adjust the speed of the BMW driver according to traffic conditions via radar sensors in the front of the vehicle. Stop & Go can take the vehicle to a complete stop if traffic requires. After a break of more than 3 seconds, the driver must step on the accelerator or select Resume to accelerate back to speed or whatever speed the radar sensors allow.
Driver Assistance Package: three further enhancements of outward vision
7 offers three models of passenger safety-enhancing features in the optional Driver Assistance Package.
Using a camera near the rearview mirror, Lane Departure Warning monitors road lane markings. When lit, at any time the vehicle starts to move across a lane marking without the turn signals on, this system vibrates the steering wheel. If the driver activates the signals, LDW does not react.
With the new Active Blind Spot Detection, radar sensors in the rear of traffic monitors in adjacent lanes in the area to take the driver's blind spot rearward 60 meters / 200 feet almost a triangular warning LED appears brighter than in the exterior mirror There is a vehicle in this critical area. If the driver activates the turn signal, the LED blinks and, as with Lane Departure Warning, the steering wheel vibrates to warn the driver not to make a lane change.
High Beam Assist is the third feature of the package. Controlled by a sensor on the side rearview mirror, the switch automatically between high and low beam.With this function, the driver is not necessary to switch between low and high beams manually, thus removing a distraction. The high beams are likely to be used more often, and other drivers and pedestrians are less likely to be blinded by dazzling inadvertently left on.
All-seeing: Park Distance Control, rearview camera and sideview camera
Park Distance Control, BMW ultrasonic-based parking assist system, remains standard as the 7-Series moves into its new generation. PDC warns the driver via audible signals when the vehicle approaches obstacles, at the front or rear, which can be invisible.
Again, however, are both a mirror and a side view of the camera to further assist parking and maneuvering convenience and safety. Both are included with your camera option. The rearview camera transmits a high-resolution image to the iDrive control display, plus -
A graphical representation of the actual path of the vehicle
Static lines showing the vehicle's trajectory with maximum steering angle (minimum turning radius). These two paths are visually differentiated from each other.
The side view camera consists of two additional cameras, one each in the front bumper corners, which transmit views toward the sides of the display control. This feature resolves that troublesome situation when you are emerging from, say, a way out of the alley or garage on a busy street, giving the driver a view of advanced traffic - and helping to avoid an accident.
Both of these camera systems are switched off at speeds of normal driving.
First owner Manual Integrated World
The spectrum of stunning new features, technologies and capabilities offered by 7-Series is complemented by another first: built-in instruction manual.
Similar to the features of Help of today's computers, BMW now offers the user manual electronically, via iDrive. Within seconds, the user can access information on virtually every detail of the vehicle's equipment, systems, operation, etc. ... as a handbook for traditional use, only better. The subjects are presented in a multimedia format of animations, slide shows with audio and written description.
In another new-age, highly desirable departure from the traditional manual, the IOM is vehicle-specific, ie the version that goes with each new 7-Series vehicle corresponds to that of the vehicle with the exact name of the specific model and options. Various information paths - brief instructions, picture search and keyword and context searches - are available to the user. The user can also store specific subjects on the programmable memory keys. In addition, the IOM can be updated as appropriate through the BMW center.
Protection of occupants in all seats to be
Robust structural elements, large deformation zones and well-defined and highly efficient restraint systems coordinated by the powerful control electronics form the basis for the high level of occupant protection in 7. Consequently, these vehicles are well positioned to achieve excellent ratings in all crash-safety tests worldwide.Impact forces are transmitted along defined paths in, flat side, bulkhead structures and roof into deformation zones that hinder or prevent them from reaching the cockpit. For structures that serve as the strength of these paths, multi-phase steels and a new generation of hot-formed steels have been introduced, further contributing to the efficiency of the weight of the structure.
Complementing the structural excellence are standard front and side impact impact (pelvis / thorax) airbags, as well as, a curtain-type Head Protection System. A 3-point seat belts are available in all five seating positions, all with force limiters and the front ones with electric pretensioners. For whiplash protection, active head restraints are standard on both front seats. LATCH attachments (Lower Anchors and tethers for children) provide to ensure a seat child restraint for each outboard passenger-seating position. All restraint systems are controlled by a central electronic control module that evaluates the severity and type of collision and therefore active.
BMW pioneered Adaptive Brake Lights, whose light intensity increases when vehicle deceleration exceeds a certain level and thus warns following drivers that the BMW ahead is braking hard. Since their introduction by BMW, similar systems have been introduced elsewhere.

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Sunday, July 17, 2011

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Bmw 650i specification
Brand: BMW
Model: 650th
Acceleration: 5.3 sec.
Maximum speed: 250 km / h.
Transmission: 6 - speed manual
Design: 4.8-liter V8
Displacement: 4799 cc
Maximum Bhp 360 hp / 6300 rmp
Front Tires: P245/45R18
Back tires: P275/40R18
Length: 4830 mm
Width: 1855 mm
Height: 1373 mm
Weight: 1715 kg

BMW 650i Convertible Specification
BMW 650i Convertible Dimensions
Length / width / height: 190.2/73.0/54.1 in
Wheelbase: 109.4 in
BMW 650i Convertible weight
Empty: 4277 pounds
Weight distribution front / rear: 49.0/51.0%
BMW 650i Convertible Engine
Liters / type: 4.8/V-8
Bore / stroke: 3.66/3.48 in
Nominal output hp / rpm: 360 / 6300
Max torque hp / rpm: 360 / 3400
Compression ratio: 10.5: 1
Fuel grade: unleaded
BMW 650i Convertible Performance
Acceleration from 0 to 601: 5.6 [5.7] sec.
Speed2 Top: 150 mph
Coefficient of drag: 0.31 Cd
BMW 650i Convertible fuel consumption
City / Highway, manual: 14/21 mpg
City / highway, auto: 15/23 mpg
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Standard tire size and type (run-flat tires are not equipped with a spare wheel and tire): 245/45 run-flat all-season
Standard wheel size: 18 x 8.0 in
Material: Alloy
Optional tire size and type (not available with Sport Package): 245/40 front, 275/35 rear run-flat performance
Optional wheel size: 19 x 8.5 x 9.0 rear front/19
Material: Alloy
Sport Package size and type of tires: 245/40 front, 275/35 rear run-flat performance
Sport Package Wheel size: 19 x 8.5 x 9.0 rear front/19
Material: forged alloy
BMW 650i Convertible Review
While the BMW 6-Series Coupe Concept to impress the audience at the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show, car manufacturers Bavaria dismantled and brought back to official information in 2012 BMW 650i Convertible. Scheduled to go on sale in spring 2011 as a model for the U.S. in 2012, 2012, the BMW 650i convertible was introduced at a relatively low-key, like BMW, when we said it yourself.
At the beginning of 2012 BMW 650i Sedan 2011 at a glance looks like a BMW 6-Series Coupe Concept is not surprising, because it really redesigning the front of the vehicle, which runs the entire tree 6-series. And while they share some similarities, especially in the structure and composition of the entire car, the two have their differences, the most striking and remarkable is that in 2012 "BMW 650i Convertible" soft roof, compared with 6-Series Coupe Summit loud.
Like the previous generation, the BMW 650i Sedan boats from 2012, offers stoftag that can open up to 19 seconds to close after 24 seconds, two activities that are available on the move at a speed of 25 mph (40 km / t). BMW said the soft-top roof light and storage to reduce weight by more than half of its predecessor.
A new four-seater convertible provides 300 liters (10.6 cu ft ..) YOUR boat with the top down, according to BMW, allows for two 46-inch golf bags and business cases are stored. By the year 2012 BMW 650i Convertible roof closed, the variable soft-top storage foldable luggage capacity 350 liters to increase (12.3 cu. Ft.) DIN.
Presentation of 2012 BMW 650i Convertible models, the latest injection 4.4-liter BMW V8-powered direct and turbo technology, which churned out 400HP between 5500 and 6400 rpm and maximum torque of 450 lb-ft between 1750 and 4500 to minutes minutes to the excitement of the purists may V8 with either gearbox Sport BMW 8-speed automatic or 6-speed manual gearbox conventional.
Whether you choose a standard transmission BMW 650i Convertible 2012, accelerates from 0 to 60 Completion km / [96 km / h] in 4.9 seconds and top speed is electronically limited to 155 km / h or 250 km / h. A second option, including el, turbo six-cylinder units and the range topping V8 supercharged M6 expected to be offered in some markets after the launch.
As expected, in 2012 BMW 650i Convertible from the 6-series is packed with lots of stuff, including the standard Vehicle Dynamics Technology Management, Energy Regeneration braking system, LED lights and fog lights and optional Active roll stabilization feature that reduces body roll during cornering speeds and arrivesuddenly change direction or transition.