BMW 3.0 CSL: the queen of the seventies is back


In the year of its 50th anniversary, BMW's M division is launching and announcing one model after another. After the M4 CSL and the brand new M3 Touring, soon the veils will also fall from the new XM and M2. But at the Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​staged from 24 to 26 June, the leaders of the Munich house went further, announcing the arrival of a possible modern reinterpretation of the legendary BMW 3.0 CSL of the seventies .


Very little is known about her, but the details released so far by M are those capable of giving all fans the goose bumps. Apparently, the new 3.0 CSL will be & agrave; developed on the basis of the recent M4 CSL. Compared to this for & ograve ;, sar & agrave; profoundly different not only from a stylistic point of view, but also from a technical point of view. Under the hood, in fact, the well-known 3-liter twin-turbo six-cylinder will be; suitably modified to reach a power of about 600 HP . And it is not; everything. To give a touch of exclusivity; in addition & ugrave; to the model and underline its sporting vocation, the unit & agrave; will be combined only with the manual gearbox, which will be called to unload all the power of the engine to the ground passing only through the rear wheels.


Impossible, at least at the moment, to make assumptions about what it will be; the design of the new BMW 3.0 CSL. However, the Hommage and Hommage R concepts presented during 2015 seem to offer some interesting ideas and anticipations on what we will see by the end of 2022. The new M sports car will come; in fact launched by the end of the year, only to be produced in 50 copies. The price? It seems that he will be wandering around; around 750,000 euros .

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