The new BMW M3 CS: more power, less weight and compelling performance
It will be manufactured in limited series at the BMW Group Plant in Munich from March 2023 and will go on sale in the USA, Germany, the UK and Japan. The engine is particularly enhanced by racing-derived technologies, such as a sleeveless, enclosed-bridge crankcase, lightweight cylinder liners, lightweight forged crankshaft, 3D-printed cylinder head, oil supply system designed to track use and the cooling system.
The new BMW M3 CS is a high-class sports car designed to provide an exceptional driving experience. The 405 kW / 550 PS engine has been particularly optimized for increased power and agility, combined with the eight-speed M Steptronic transmission and the intelligent M xDrive all-wheel drive system to ensure acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.4 seconds. The car will be manufactured in limited series at the BMW Group plant in Munich from March 2023 and will be available in some of the most important sales regions, such as the USA, Germany, the UK and Japan. The M3 CS is a high-class car, designed to meet the needs of the most demanding drivers looking for exceptional performance and a unique driving experience.
The new BMW M3 CS features a sporty, aerodynamic design with carbon fiber exterior elements and light-alloy wheels. The interior is luxurious and exclusive, with leather and Alcantara sports seats, an M Sport leather steering wheel and aluminum trim. The car is equipped with a number of advanced driver assistance systems, including the Navigation Professional system, the BMW Live Cockpit Plus entertainment system and the BMW Driving Assistant. Safety was also top notch, with adaptive braking systems, obstacle detection systems and an emergency driver assistance system.
Furthermore, the new BMW M3 CS is equipped with the M Adaptive Damping System and a high-performance brake system, allowing greater stability and greater safety when driving on the racetrack.
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