The 2020 BMW C 650 GT is a maxi scooter that is built for just about any road whether it be city streets or the highway. The C 650 GT is the scooter you get if the C 400 X isn’t quite enough for you.
The model features an inline two-cylinder engine that makes 60 hp and 46 lb-ft of torque. While it’s not a sporty canyon carver, the C 650 GT offers plenty of power to take you anywhere. The bike is the perfect option for anyone who needs a scooter for commuting but also likes to get away on the weekends.
The C 650 GT is a real highway-ready machine, but it can also handle city streets with ease. The machine’s big comfy seat means you’ll probably never want to get off. Also, the price tag of $10,995 means you get quite a lot for your money.
The motorcycle is available in Hockenheim Silver Metallic, Black Storm Metallic, and Option 719 Sparkling Storm Metallic.
On this page:we’ve curated specs, features, news, photos/videos, etc. so you can read up on the new BMW C 650 GT in one place.
Price: $ 10,995
Engine type: 647 cc Liquid cooled, 4-stroke parallel twin engine
647 cc Liquid cooled, 4-stroke parallel twin engine
Bore x Stroke
79 mm x 66 mm
Electronic fuel injection
Continuously Variable Transmission
Chain drive in oil bath 1.678:1
Upside-Down fork Ø 40 mm
Single-sided swing arm
Double disc brake, diameter 270 mm, dual-piston floating caliper
Single disc brake, diameter 270 mm, dual-piston floating caliper
120/70 ZR 15
160/60 ZR 15
Fuel Tank Capacity
15.5 L (4.1US gal.)
Hockenheim Silver Metallic, Black Storm Metallic, and Option 719 Sparkling Storm Metallic
88″ (2,235 mm)
36.1″ (916 mm)
55.6″ (1,411 mm)
62.6″ (1,591 mm)
31.7 in (805mm)
406 lbs (184 kg)
2020 BMW C 650 GT Features
ABS and ASC are standard.
In addition to the ABS (anti-lock braking system), a fully-fledged ASC (Automatic Stability Control) is now standard for C 650 GT. 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.
Spring and shock absorber setting.
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.
Optimized center stand.
The C 650 GT is even easier to raise up. The kinematics of the main stand were re-designed, reducing the strength required for jacking up the scooter by 30 percent.