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The BMW 650 delivers stellar performance, refined handling and that unique combination of elegance and sportiness that defines BMW. Available as a coupe or convertible, the 650 boasts a 360 hp 4.8-liter V8 mated to a six-speed manual transmission. The 650 is equipped with a multitude of progressive technologies, including: a sport-tuned suspension with Active Roll Stabilization, 18-inch run-flat tires, adaptive brakelights, Park Distance Control, and Adaptive bi-xenon headlights. Inside its lush cabin, the 650 provides seating for four, with high-quality leather upholstery and aluminum trim. For 2008, the BMW 650 receives exterior and interior refinements, as well as additional standard equipment, including power folding exterior mirrors, electro-hydraulic brakes and active front head restraints. New options include a lane departure warning system and High-Beam Assistant autodimming headlights. The Sequential Manual Gearbox (SMG) is no longer offered, but a new six-speed Sport automatic transmission with paddle shifters is available at no additional cost.