BMW has released three teaser images of 3.0 CSL Hommage coming based on M4. This should be submitted in the coming weeks.
Rumors have been circulating about this new model for over 12 months. But this is the first time we have seen a car in the flesh. Although covered in complex enclosures that include some of the best BMW M cars released in the last few decades, we can see many modifications that will set it apart from any other standard BMW M4. From the front, we can see that the BMW designers have done the unthinkable: they have reduced the size of the M4 grille. Not only is it small, but the shape is refined, at least visually. Horizontal roofs provide a way for a new black mesh. The new model also has a redesigned front fascia with new circular ventilation instead of fog lights.
The second tea shows the car from three quarters back. Although it may take a while to see it, you will notice that the rear wheels have been turned on, which makes you sit down visually. Just like the original 3.0 CSL, the new M4 design features a roof trimmer as well as a rear spoiler whose design is integrated into the wheel arches and body function.
And under the hat?
The technical details of the car are still unknown, but some rumors are starting to emerge in the Bimmer Post. There is talk of a true restoration of the 3.0 CSL moniker and an upgraded version of the M4’s 3.0-liter twin-turbo straight-six. This one can add power up to 560 horses. Unlike the recently released M4 CSL, this CSL Hommage would no doubt be available exclusively for a six-speed manual transmission.
There is also talk of BMW preparing a new and unique model of 20 inch front and 21-inch rear forged wheels. There is also talk of dropping features such as parking tags, unlocked entry and power adjustable seats, meaning that it is possible to have bucket seats similar to the M4 CSL. Production of the new car is expected to begin in November and last only a few months. However, this information has not yet been confirmed and should therefore be taken with salt grains.