BMW's new 3.0 CSL is a throwback to the iconic Batmobile model from the 1970s and an acknowledgment of the 50th anniversary of the BMW M sub-brand. The current BMW M4 serves as the basis for the new BMW 3.0 CSL, which features a variety of unique upgrades. First, the most potent 6-cylinder engine ever made by the M division is beneath the hood, and it's mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. Fifty total units of this model will be made.
The 560 hp and 550 Nm of torque come from a 3.0-liter bi-turbo engine. The BMW M division added unique artwork on the new BMW 3.0 CSL to draw attention to the limited edition model. The vintage 3.0 CSL inspired several new exterior features, including the reworked front grille, freshly designed front spoiler, changed bonnet, and two distinctive rear spoilers. The optical buildings' trademark daytime running lights are a bright yellow color. The front fascia takes cues from the grille of the 3.0 CSL Hommage concept car from the 2015 Villa d'Este Concorso d'Eleganza.
The front wheels are 20 inches, and the rear wheels measure 21 inches; both sets of wheels are used and have a gold finish and a single center clamp. Carbon fiber sports seats and an Alcantara steering wheel can be found inside the new BMW 3.0 CSL.
Carbon-element brakes, an M differential, and an adaptive M suspension with electronic dampers will all be standard on the new BMW 3.0 CSL sports car.
BMW has yet to reveal its top speed or acceleration. BMW's Dingolfing plant is where you may order one of the 50 copies. BMW 3.0 CSL sports car pricing information is currently unavailable.