There new BMW 3.0 CSL represents the most exclusive special model ever produced by the propeller brand. It was developed with the aim of best representing the five decades of experience of division M in racing world, a car that will be produced in a limited series.
Only 50 copies for the new one BMW 3.0 CSL, from the engine to the bodywork, every single component is made with impeccable quality, to produce the entire batch, it will take about three months, the painting was conceived as a specific process, where craftsmanship and technology merge, a team of 30 qualified technicians and experts, are responsible for the configuration and assembly of the car.
Eight cycles needed to make each single unit, today the production stations, all for a production time of 10 days.
BMW 3.0 CSL pays homage to a legendary sports car.
It was 1973 when the 3.0 CSL won the European Touring Car Championship with drivers of the caliber of Hans-Joachim Stuck, Chris Amon and Niki Laudathe street version of a car that has a racing DNA and which was developed for the purpose of obtaining street homologation, embodies three essential principles of Motorsport: power, control and lightness.
In addition to the enlarged wheel arches, the M4 The coupé has also been duly modified in the front area, presenting an attractive aerodynamic package which includes a spoiler, enlarged double maxi kidney and large side air intakes.
On the back there is a maxi spoiler which, contrary to what happened on the historic ancestor, is fixed on the new CSL, while in the past, when the car was delivered, it was placed inside the luggage rack because it was not approved for the road, a particular which however received public attention, so much so that the Coupé was nicknamed “Batmobile”.
The new BMW 3.0 CSL features the most powerful six-cylinder engine ever used in a road-going BMW M.
It is a 3-litre engine, capable of releasing a power of 560 HP for a maximum torque of 412 Nm. Many solutions borrowed from the current winner of the DTM extensionthe crankshaft is forged, the core of the cylinder head is made with 3D printing technology, the cooling system and oil supply are also designed for racing use of the car.
The muscular wheel arches house Y-forged light-alloy wheels, 20-inch front and 21-inch rear, have a 70s-style gold finish and central lock.