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BMW 3.0 CSL for sale – Production 53

  • €750,000
  • €1,250,000


Property ID: 129203
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🚗 BMW’s 3.0 CSL Limited Edition: A Tribute to the M Division’s 50th Anniversary 🏁

2 BMW’s 3.0 CSL  for sale !

The iconic BMW 3.0 CSL, a racing legend, has been reborn as a limited edition to celebrate the 50th anniversary of BMW’s M Division. Let’s delve into the details of this collector’s dream!

🌟 High-Performance Racing Icon: The 3.0 CSL stands as a tribute to racing DNA and extraordinary design. A collector’s dream with a rich heritage, it represents the pinnacle of the M legacy.

🎉 Celebrating 50 Years of M Division: Crafted in celebration of BMW’s M Division anniversary, only 50 units are in production at the Dingolfing plant, Germany. Despite a hefty price tag (around 750,000 Euros), all 50 units have been swiftly claimed.

🛠️ Craftsmanship and Engineering: Inspired by the 2023 M4 CSL, the 3.0 CSL undergoes meticulous hand assembly with unique modifications. Crafted body components, colored stripes, and expert painting are part of the intricate process, demanding a team of 30 workers and a two-week assembly.

🏎️ Power and Performance: Boasting a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter 6-cylinder engine, the 3.0 CSL surpasses the M4 CSL with over 553 horsepower, making it the most potent 6-cylinder engine globally.

💪 Weight Optimization: Weighing only 3,580 pounds, these collector’s cars are almost 100 pounds lighter than the M4 CSL, thanks to the use of carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic for body panels and lighter materials for interior components.

🌍 A Rare Find: With only 50 units, encountering the 3.0 CSL on the road is a rarity, emphasizing BMW’s dedication to the illustrious history of its M division.

🏭 Meticulous Production: Each vehicle features 22 individually painted parts, with 134 paint processes and 6,700 manual work sequences. BMW invests three months in assembling just 50 cars, faithfully recreating the coach-built body.

🚚 Deliveries Commence: The initial customer cars, including one in Alpine White, have been delivered to their owners. Despite the high price, the entire production run was swiftly sold out, indicating the collector’s value.

🔍 Limited Production: BMW is technically producing 53 cars, including prototypes and one unit that will remain with the company. Unveiled in 2022, the 3.0 CSL marks the pinnacle of the M division’s 50th-anniversary celebration.

🌈 A Unique Offering: While not a mid-engined supercar, the 3.0 CSL offers BMW’s most powerful inline-six engine ever, paired with a manual gearbox, creating a unique and appealing driving experience.

🇩🇪 11 CSL Hommage to the German clients.

#BMW #M3CSL #LimitedEdition #RacingIcon #CarEnthusiast 🏎️


🏎️ The BMW OLD 3.0 CSL: A Racing Legend from the ’70s 🏁

The BMW 3.0 CSL, a grand tourer produced from 1971 to 1975, holds a legendary status as a derivative of the CS 3.0 coupe, known for its elegance and speed with significant weight reduction.

🌐 Origin: Introduced to compete in the European Touring Car Championship (ETCC), the CSL was BMW’s entry, marking the inception of BMW Motorsport. It proudly displayed the iconic red, blue, and purple colors associated with sportier BMWs, setting the stage for future “M” models. Notably, it became the first BMW Art Car, adorned by artists Alexander Calder and Frank Stella.

🎨 Design: The CSL, a sleek four-seater coupe, measured 4.6 meters (181.1 inches) in length. Its design, reflecting BMW’s era, exuded understated elegance. Subtle hints like tire size and a discreet side stripe hinted at its extraordinary capabilities. The 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine, ranging from 180 to 206 horsepower, powered its performance.

🔄 Evolution: Evolution from the CS to the CSL included aluminum doors and hood, plexiglass windows, stiffer suspensions, larger tires, and sport seats. These enhancements, reducing the weight by 181 kilograms (399 pounds), transformed the CSL’s performance.

🏁 Competition: Facing stability issues on the racetrack due to its high power output, reaching 480 horsepower, the CSL earned the nickname “Batmóvil.” To address this, BMW developed an aerodynamic kit that enhanced stability. The CSL dominated in the European Touring Car Championship, securing victories in multiple years.

🚗 Production and Valuation: With a total production of 1,096 units, the 3.0 CSL remains a rare gem. In the current market, its value typically ranges between €60,000 and €80,000, reflecting its historic significance and racing prowess.

#BMW #CSL #RacingLegend #ClassicCars #BMWMotorsport 🚗🏆



Updated on January 22, 2024 at 10:23 am
  • Property ID: 129203
  • Price: €750,000
  • Property Status: Limited edition Super Car, Sold

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