BMW's M performance division unveiled the ultra-limited 3.0 CSL to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
Based on the current G82 edition of the BMW M4, the BMW 3.0 CSL pays homage to the legendary 3.0 CSL ‘Batmobile' from 1973, which won the European Touring Car Championship four years in a row.
The 3.0 CSL's straight-six engine produces 552bhp and 405lb ft of torque, the most ever in a road-legal BMW M vehicle. Six-speed manual transmission drives the rear wheels.
BMW says the crankcase is more robust, the crankshaft is lighter, and the cooling system is optimized for aggressive driving.
It has an active M differential, adaptive M suspension, and 400x38mm front and 380x28mm rear carbon-ceramic brakes.
Alpine White paintwork and carbon racing stripes are part of the 3.0 CSL's racing livery. Yellow lighting honor the 2022 driver and team DTM champion BMW M4 GT3.