Auto The legendary racing car of the 70s inspired this “monster” which will only be produced in 50 numbered copies.
Launch Slideshow BMW 3.0 CSL — DR
In the 1970s, the BMW 3.0 CSL was a scarecrow on the circuits. She thus won the European Touring Car Championship six times, with drivers such as Niki Lauda and Hans-Joachim Stuck. Today, the brand is reviving this myth by producing 50 examples of a 3.0 CSL which takes up the fundamentals of its illustrious ancestor: lightness, six-cylinder in-line engine, manual gearbox and rear-wheel drive. ;re.
BMW 3.0 CSL – DR
< p>The modern CSL (for Coupé Sport Léger), which is homologated for the road, takes up one of the distinctive signs of the old one: the large rear spoiler which extends over the sides ;s making it look like a Batmobile. As for the engine, it comes directly from competition, and more precisely from the DTM championship. With 560 hp, it’s the most powerful straight-six ever. in a road BMW M.