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BMW 650i Coupe Gets Upgraded by Prior Design

The famous BMW 650i Coupe was recently the star of an updated program, carried out by the guys from the Prior Design tuning company. The program mainly consists of a body makeover and does not include any upgrades under the hood.

This means that the BMW 650i Coupe seen here is still packing the massive 4.4-liter V8 engine, which produces 445 horsepower (5,500 rpm – 6,000 rpm) and 480 Nm of torque (2,000 – 4,500 rpm), thanks to the VALVETRONIC variable valve timing.

BMW 650i Coupe by Prior Design

BMW 650i Coupe by Prior Design

But the real changes first concern the body wrapping, this model receiving the amazing Yas Marina Blue exterior paint. The model looks exquisite now, thanks to the Widebody kit, curtesy to Prion Design aftermarket shop. Other than the paintjob, the BMW 650i Coupe has also received some new body parts, like the new bumpers front and rear, larger front widers, side skirts, rear trunk spoiler or the revised bonnet hood.

BMW 650i Coupe by Prior Design

BMW 650i Coupe by Prior Design

We should mention that the entire Wideboy kit from Prior Design is extremely durable, as it is made from Fiberglass-Duraflex mix, which provides the sport car with a smooth surface finish, perfect for an easy and inexpensive painting. And since we are at it, originally, this BMW 650i Coupe was all painted in red, but thanks to the Fiberglass-Duraflex mix, the wrapping of the model in the Yas Marina Blue was made quite easy.

BMW 650i Coupe by Prior Design

BMW 650i Coupe by Prior Design

To complete the work, the Prior Design have also fitted the BMW 560i Coupe with the forged Precision Series VPS-306 wheels, complemented by the Brembo brakes and red calipers. The wheels are also coming with the Pirelli P-Zero tires. No prices were revealed by the aftermarket shop! Enjoy the photo gallery with the gorgeous BMW 560i by Prior Design! Do you like this Yas Marina Blue BMW 650i Coupe upgraded by Prior Design?

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