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BMW reveals the M3 CS

BMW reveals the M3 CS
Bilal Firfiray Bilal Firfiray Wednesday 08 November 2017, 16:25 PM

BMW has extended the performance portfolio with the introduction of the new M3 CS. Following the initial success of the M4 CS, the M3 CS will be limited to just 1,200 units. The hardcore M3 CS is lighter, faster and more powerful than the M3 Competition Pack.

Powering the M3 CS is the same turbocharged 3.0-litre straight six engine. The power surges to 454bhp which is 30bhp more than the standard M3. The high-performance sedan can now do a 0-100kmph sprint in 3.9 seconds with an electronically limited top speed of 280kmph. The M3 CS becomes the fastest-accelerating road-going M3 model yet. All the power is sent to the rear wheels via the seven-speed M DCT transmission.

The M3 CS scrounge the suspension set-up from the Competition Pack. There are additional weight saving measures akin to the M4 CS. So you have an extensive use of carbon fibre on boot, roof and other composite material. The CS boasts a power-to-weight ratio of 286bhp/tonne. There are new carbon fibre splitters up front and a lip spoiler on the boot. The special edition light-alloy wheels are wrapped in special 285 section semi-slick Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tyres. The Adaptive M suspension comes as a standard fitment. Similar to the M3 Competition Package, the CS also comes with the M’s compound brake package, with four-pot callipers up front and two-pot callipers at the rear.

On the inside, the M3 CS gets a two-tone cabin wrapped in Silverstone/Black and Alcantara leather upholstery. Features like automatic climate control, Harman Kardon surround sound system and the Navigation system Professional come as standard. The newly-designed LED headlight complements the new front splitters while at the rear you have the aggressive diffusers, quad exhausts and a Gurney spoiler lip on the boot lid. All these components are made from the lightweight and extremely rigid carbon fibre-reinforced plastic (CFRP) material.

The M3 CS will have a limited production run of just 1,200 units. The order books open only in January 2018, while the production will commence in March next year.

 

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