The BMW M3 there will soon be a new variant that’s lighter, stronger, and a little older – if that’s possible – in the styling department.
Tracking and around the Nurburgring in Germany, the new M3 CS looks like it’s coming because only the front end is camouflaged a significant amount.
If the previous-generation M3 CS is anything to go by, weight will be reduced through the use of lightweight carbon fiber parts, thinner glass, and sterilization.
There should also be a more powerful version of the M3/M4’s 3.0-liter twin-turbo six.
The current M3’s 3.0-litre engine produces 353kW and 550Nm in the base version for a 0-100km/h time of 4.2 seconds, while the competition model boasts 375kW and 650Nm for a 0-100km time. /h in just 3.9 seconds.
For the base model, the engine is connected to a six-speed manual transmission and rear-wheel drive, while the Competition has an eight-speed automatic in either rear- or all-wheel drive configurations.
Perhaps the M3 CS will use the same powertrain as M4 CSLThere is a 405kW / 650Nm engine version combined with an eight-speed automatic transmission that drives only the rear wheels.
The CSL is 100kg lighter than other coupe variants thanks to a spacious rear interior, reduced noise and a lower level of equipment, with air conditioning, audio and cruise control.
In addition, the CSL has carbon fiber panels, wheels, center console and bucket seats with minimal adjustability. The rear seats have also been removed to accommodate a helmet storage area.
To complement the improved performance characteristics, the CS will have a revised aerodynamic setup.
The camouflaged front bumper on this prototype appears to have been lifted straight from the M4 CSL. The nostril-like double kidney grille has exposed air intakes and has a large splitter that protrudes forward.
Whenever M3 CS launches, expect availability to be limited to 1000 or so worldwide.
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