If you are a hardcore fan Bavarian car jobs, You will be very familiar with what might be The most iconic BMW M3: E46 M3 CSL. If you are not a big fan of BMW, the name of CSL can be traced back to the 1970s, when it appeared on the powerful 3.0 coupe variant; many years later, it reappeared on the special M3 in 2003. The CSL name is an anagram of “coupe, sporty, lightweight”. On the E46 M3, its curb weight is reduced by about 10%, its power is greater, and the Michelin is almost smooth.It almost immediately consolidated itself as One of the best M3 launched in Munich. But now, nearly 20 years later, the two-door M3 has become the M4, and the CSL name is ready to make a comeback on the latest M4 coupe.
Trending topics on audiophile forums post, which one Claim to have inside information Regarding which new cars BMW will release and when, it is stated that the new M4 CSL will be released as a 2023 model at the end of next year or early 2023. This will put a full 20 years between the M4 CSL and its M3 marked predecessor. Yes, the CSL badge is only available on the M4 coupe; the M3 sedan will not get it.
As for what kind of alchemy will form a new Super League, it is hard to say at present. However, if the new car follows the original formula, we can definitely expect something. Just like the previous generation of M4 GTS, The current M4 Competition’s 503 horsepower may be significantly improved. You can also expect to remove the rear seats, add a rear wing, redesign the body, pay more attention to aerodynamics, lightweight wheels and more aggressive tire settings.
All of this, plus other minor changes, is expected to make the M4 worthy of the CSL badge. Sadly, the nomenclature “M3 CSL” may no longer exist. If anything, the new M3 will get a CS variant, just like the previous generation M4, the current M5 and the aforementioned M2, but we are only speculating at the moment.