The latest special edition M car announced by BMW will enter production next March – the BMW M3 CS.
Around 1200 will be built, at this stage though there is no official confirmation that we will see any in Australia, or if we do, how many will come our way.
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Still, given our consistent hunger for BMW M cars in Australia we reckon we are a good chance of seeing the offering here, albeit likely only in small numbers.
What is it?
The BMW M3 CS is an even more high-performance version of the M3 than the Competition Package version (reviewed here).
It gets an additional 7.5kW of power for an output of 343kW and that means a 0-100km/sprint in just 3.9 seconds.
It will also boast a unique red start/stop button, specially tuned sports exhaust, unique alloy wheels 19” front/20” rear), Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tyres (semi-slick but road legal) and unique two-tone leather/Alcantara trim.
While some of the unique external highlights will include twin LED headlights, beefed-up front apron, Gurney spoiler lip on the boot lid, and carbon fibre bonnet and roof.
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We will bring you more details on the BMW M3 CS as they come to hand, including Australian availability and pricing info.
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