BMW C650 Sport, BMW C650 GT launched – 2016 Bangkok Live

Posted on: Mar 24, 2016 - 4:16pm IST

Priced at 525,000 Bhat and 555,000 Bhat respectively.

BMW Motorrad of Thailand has launched the 2016 BMW C650 Sport and the 2016 BMW C650 GT at the ongoing 37th Bangkok International Motor Show (2016 BIMS). They are priced at THB 525,000 (INR 9.93 lakhs) and THB 555,000 (INR 10.50 lakhs) respectively.

2016 BMW C650 GT front quarter at 2016 BIMS
The BMW C650 Sport and BMW C650 GT launched in Thailand are the latest, second generation versions with a more powerful engine and revised chassis and suspension system.

The second generation models are targeted more at the sporting and touring enthusiasts (respectively) featuring an improved chassis, enhanced suspension, a more powerful engine and a new CVT in conjunction with new clutch linings. The 2016 C650 GT gets adaptive daytime riding light, new mirrors with better view of the rear and the SVA Side View Assist feature (optional).

2016 BMW C650 Sport launched at 2016 BIMS
The 647 cc water-cooled twin-cylinder DOHC engine is tuned to produce 60 hp (44 KW) at 7,750 rpm and 63 Nm at 6,000 rpm.

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They are powered by the 647 cc water-cooled twin-cylinder engine with DOHC, four valves with bucket tappets and dry sump lubrication. The fuel supply is controlled by BMS-E2 digital engine management system. The engine produces 60 hp (44 KW) at 7,750 rpm and 63 Nm at 6,000 rpm and is mated to a CVT.

2016 BMW C650 Sport at the 2016 Bangkok International Motor Show – Image Gallery

2016 BMW C650 GT at the 2016 Bangkok International Motor Show – Image Gallery

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