BMW 3.0 CSL: and now the Nürburgring!

BMW 3.0 CSL: and now the Nürburgring!


Now it’s official, BMW is preparing a BMW that will serve as a tribute to the 3.0 CSL of the seventies. According to the BMW M4 CSL, the new BMW 3.0 CSL will be sold next year in a limited series of fifty units with a six-cylinder biturbo engine from the M4, whose power should be adjusted upwards and reach 600 hp.

It is the M sports division of BMW that takes care of the development of this car. A great way to celebrate Motorsport’s fiftieth anniversary.

The BMW 3.0 CSL is currently rolling around the Nürburgring circuit well-disguised. But despite the stickers that few sports BMWs are printed on, we recognize the beauty of this car, which shows strong lines and a large rear spoiler placed on the trunk.

Placing a spoiler, four exhausts, the future BMW 3.0 CSL clearly shows its status as a sports car that its six-cylinder engine will undoubtedly give it, which should reach 600 hp.
Putting on damage, four exhaust outlets, the future BMW 3.0 CSL clearly shows its status as a sports car that its six-cylinder engine will undoubtedly give it, which should reach 600 hp.

Interestingly, while the car that was surprised on the road a month ago had a special tail fin located at the rear end of the roof inspired by the lightweight BMW 3.0 CSLs and the BMW 3.0 CSL competition of the seventies, this aerodynamics attachment is no longer there. seen on the BMW 3.0 CSL pictured today. Does this mean this feature could be optional on the new 3.0 CSL (which we still don’t know the official family name for)?

To test the car's road behavior, what better than sliding down the Nürburgring toboggan.  On site 3.0 the new CSL does not need to be prompted for acceleration.
To test the car’s road behavior, what better than sliding down the Nürburgring toboggan. On site 3.0 the new CSL does not need to be prompted for acceleration.

Compared to the BMW M4 CSL, we notice that BMW has relaxed things about the grille, which is very low. Two beans to be more discreet makes the car less messy. This does not prevent him from going at high speed in the turns of the Massif de l’Eifel circuit. The production car can be revealed at the end of the year before its launch in 2023, it should be offered at a price that, according to our estimates, should exceed 600,000 €.

Only a series of 50 copies, the price is around €600,000, those lucky enough to own it should enjoy driving it.
Only a series of 50 copies, the price is around €600,000, those lucky enough to own it should enjoy driving it.