The fact that BMW will launch the hard-core versions of the M3 and M4 on the market is a given, as we have already seen test mules doing development tests at the Nurburgring and it seems that these will not be called CSL.
This is due to the fact that BMW has secured the name Evo Sport, thus “reviving” the Sport Evolution / Sport Evo versions of the BMW M3 E30.
At the same time, BMW has patented the name Evo Track, which can easily be understood to be used in versions that will focus on on-track use.
The hard-core versions of the M3 and M4 are expected to launch sometime in 2022.
Source: Autoblog.gr by www.autoblog.gr.
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