Muscular Design Of M3 CSL Still Looks Sharp Even Today
The M3 CSL's design is still spectacular in terms of aesthetics. Along with unique door sills, twin carbon fibre front splitters,
a rear diffuser, and a novel air duct in the redesigned front bumper for creating effective airflow to the engine,
the CSL was distinguished by a curving integrated rear spoiler on the trunk lid. Additionally, the CSL was built substantially lighter by
BMW engineers who used glass-reinforced plastic for the body panels to achieve a 50:50 weight distribution.
The CSL was 242.5 lbs (110 kg) less than the normal M3 Coupe, which weighed 3053 lbs (1385 kg).
The CSL became the first M vehicle to use a carbon fibre roof, in addition to the aluminium bonnet and
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