BMW 3.0 CSL 2022-current

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BMW 3.0 CSL 2022-current

This topic is for the limited model announced in November 2022, a different model from the BMW M4 CSL.


2023 BMW 3.0 CSL

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Probably the most powerful manual BMW ever, the 3.0 CSL harks back to one of the first BMW Motorsport cars, the 3.0 CSL Batmobile. Both are upgraded versions of run-of-the mill BMWs, the E9 and G22 4 series, respectively. The new one boasts a power upgrade to 560 PS, an 80 PS jump to the previous most powerful manual option, thanks to DTM-derived upgrades. Fit for a special edition, there’s obviously loads of CFRP, although Twitter “experts” have questioned the aerodynamic efficiency of the gap above the rear wheels. Limited to only 50 examples, one of the best ways to make sure the 3.0 CSL is actually driven is to add it to Forza.

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I saw this car in Brussels this weekend. It’s an awesome car! They’re going to produce 50 cars at a price of a whopping €750.000!!!

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Absolutely the best BMW M4 variant by far

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I absolutely agree

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2023 BMW 3.0 CSL (for FH5)




Specs:

  • 3.0L BiTurbo inline 6-cylinder engine
  • 552 horsepower and 406 lb-ft of torque
  • 6-speed manual gearbox with a RWD layout
  • 0-60 between 3.6 and 3.9 seconds with a top speed of 187 mph

Engine swap option suggestions:

  1. 5.0L V10 (E60 M5)
  2. 5.2L V10 (Huracan LP610-4)
  3. 6.0L V12 Racing
  4. Racing V12 (F50 GT)
  5. 6.1L V12 (F1)
  6. 6.9L V12 (CLK GTR)
  7. Racing 3.0L I6T (2JZ)

I had to delete my two-month-old post on here because I wanted to start over but this car needs to be added to the game

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