BMW M4 CSL, the powerful sound in a spy video from the Nurburgring

The new BMW M4 CSL, the meanest version of the M Sport variants of the Bavarian coupe, will not be released until next year, just in time for the 50th anniversary of the German manufacturer.

A prototype of the car was immortalized in video while carrying out some tests on the Nurburgring circuit, highlighting new stylistic details and a exhaust sound which will surely be appreciated by fans of the brand.

Details different from the standard M versions

From an aesthetic point of view, the M4 CSL presents the now usual double anterior kidney large with new internal Y elements that differentiate it from the standard versions of the sports car. Although the car is still covered in camouflage, it seems that the aerodynamic parts have undergone some changes compared to the “normal” M4, as in the case of the new dovetail spoiler installed at the rear.

The prototypes seen so far have the front and rear lights concealed by the films, but should have a slightly different design compared to the standard M variant. In fact, it seems that the future CS and CSL models of the M3 and M4 can enjoy tailor-made M lighting.

Lighter and more powerful

The rumors suggest a lower weight and more power for the upcoming German sports car, in fact there is talk of over 540 HP released on the rear wheels, as BMW tradition dictates. The extensive use of carbon fiber and rear-only traction should contribute to the lightness of the car.

Spy photos of the new BMW M4 CSL
Spy photos of the new BMW M4 CSL

The entry into production of the new M4 CSL is scheduled for July 2022, so it is very likely that the official presentation of the model will arrive in the first half of next year.


Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.

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