The code for this increase in width is PD6XX. Behind it is a bodykit with new wings to the front and new side panels at the rear axle. The newly designed side skirts provide a fitting link between the thick panels at the front and back. A new front skirt with a spoiler blade and lateral flaps ensure balanced facial features. The kidneys in the radiator grille of the 650i originate from the M6. Iin order to provide the engine with more air to breathe in, a new, highly perforated hood is used. The XXL expansion is rounded off with a new rear apron with an integrated diffuser and a rear spoiler.M&D give the 650i more than 500 HP
The now ample wheel arches are crying out to be filled with appropriate wheels. Here M&D opts for three-part alloys with a 21-inch diameter onto which 255/30 tyres are fitted to the front and 295/25 to the rear. The braking system beneath the bodywork has migrated from the M6, while the shorter sports springs originate from the accessories.
In order that the engine performance doesn't lag behind the visual appearance, the 4.4-litre biturbo V8 receives a helping hand by means of software, increasing to 503 HP and 750 Nm of torque. And because it too has to be pleasing to the eye, the V8 features a newly designed engine cover above its cylinder heads. As a treat for the ears, there is a sports exhaust system without a pre-silencer, but with two dual exhaust pipes.
Inside accents are provided by subtle dashes of colour and various leather surfaces.