BMW will resurrect a special version of the BMW M CSLFebruary 18, 2021
The CSL (Coupe Sport Lightweight) designation was last used for the 2004 M3 CSL Coupe, and since its withdrawal from the market, enthusiasts have been clamoring for a new CSL. In recent years, we have seen the launch of various Competition, CS and GTS special editions from BMW M, but not CSL. However, this may soon change.
A member of the Bimmer Post forum claims to have information that production of the M4 CSL will begin in July 2022. Moreover, the car will receive a strictly limited version.
so far, very few details are known about the alleged M4 CSL. If the model does make its debut, BMW will probably want to position it as the most driver-oriented variant of the M4, and it will likely be based on a rear-wheel-drive variant rather than the Competition performance, which is sold exclusively as an all-wheel-drive variant.
Under the hood will be the familiar 3.0-liter twin-turbo six-cylinder engine, and it’s reasonable to assume that BMW will boost it to over 503bhp. and 650 Nm of torque from the M3 / M4 Competition. In addition, the suspension and braking system of the car will probably be updated, and the weight of the model will be reduced.
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