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THE BMW C 650 GT.
The BMW C 650 GT is the latest and most exclusive maxi scooter from BMW Motorrad. Its stylish and streamlined silhouette emphasizes its elegant character. The comprehensive fairing, comfortable seat and high windshield allow you to cover long distances in comfort - regardless of the weather. In addition, the large storage compartment ensures you can easily store your shopping, luggage or up to two helmets. An innovative safety feature is the optional (SVA) Side View Assist. This is particularly useful in an urban environment as it warns of vehicles approaching in your blind spot at speeds of up to 80 km/h. *Note: SVA is not available in Canada at this time.
The design of the C 650 GT
Choose your style.
The C 650 GT is available in two attractive colour variants: the new Hockenheim silver metallic and the Black storm metallic.
Attracts the looks of passers-by.
Two-cylinder in-line engine
The dynamic and powerful water-cooled in-line twin-cylinder engine that delivers 63 Nm, 44 kW (60 hp) and a maximum speed of 180 km/h makes the scooter an agile vehicle for the city and a powerful companion for long journeys. Thanks to the re-designed clutch and CVT, the scooter now accelerates faster from lower speeds.
New Look. Powerful sound
The C 650 GT has a new exhaust system made from high-quality stainless steel. It looks extremely flashy, is much lighter than its predecessor and has lower emission and noise levels. In addition, it provides a fuller, more powerful sound.
Experience the sound of the C 650 GT
The highlights of the C 650 GT
The typical split face ensures high recognizability.
The reworked kinematics makes it easer to lift up.
Comfortably through town.
Comfortably through town.
The C 650 GT is the most exclusive maxi scooter from BMW Motorrad. You can now ride in extra comfort thanks to the electrically adjustable windscreen and optional accessories such as heated handles and seat. The scooter also features the largest storage compartment in its class, integrated invisibly in the stretched silhouette.
In addition to the ABS (anti-lock braking system), a fully-fledged ASC (anti-slip control) is now standard for C 650 GT, too. The ASC enhances rider safety, especially when road conditions are unpredictable, through active intervention in the engine management system when required. It prevents the back wheel from spinning when driving in the rain, for instance.
The chassis and suspension setup of the C 650 GT has been completely re-designed. The spring rate of the front fork springs and the rear spring strut has been reduced by 10 percent. This gives the vehicle more sensitive response without reducing its stability.
The C 650 GT is even easier to jack up. The kinematics of the main stand have been re-designed, reducing the strength required for jacking up the scooter by 30 percent.
Interview with Edgar Heinrich
Back in Bavaria after India.
After a brief stint in India, Edgar Heinrich returned to Munich to lead the BMW Motorrad design team. It was a happy return for the motorcycle enthusiast, who began his career at BMW in 1986. He spearheaded the design of many BMW motorcycles: the Paris-Dakar rally bike, the K 1200 S and R, the HP2 Enduro, the R 1150 GS, the R 1200 GS and most recently the S 1000 RR.
Before his time at Indian automaker Bajaj, he was also involved in the design of the K 1600 GT and GTL touring bikes as well as the C 600 Sport and the C 650 GT maxi scooter. All of them were successful products that expanded the horizons of this established market segment and attracted many new customers to the brand. In an exclusive interview with BMW Motorrad, Edgar Heinrich talks about his passion for designing, collecting and restoring motorcycles of all kinds.