A prototype of the 540-HP BMW M3 CS sedan was spotted at the Nurburgring

A prototype of the 540-HP BMW M3 CS sedan was spotted at the Nurburgring 1

Photos have appeared with a test prototype of the 540-horsepower BMW M3 CS sedan. A partially camouflaged prototype of the novelty was seen at the Nurburgring racetrack.

The BMW M3 CS will be an even more hardcore version of BMW’s iconic sports sedan. A prototype of a recent novelty was seen on the “Northern Loop” of the Nurburgring highway. The automaker’s engineering team only cares about masking individual parts of the car.

“The CS has a more aggressive panel on the front than the standard sedan version.”

A splitter sticks out from under the front part. There are also modified entrance openings. The grille has larger openings and is deprived of existing horizontal slats. The development team also closes the rear windows from prying eyes. The M3 CS is rumored to have a pair of bucket seats in the back, and the company may be trying to hide them on this car. The rear of this M3 CS has a small spoiler. It has four exhaust vents in the center of the tail section.

According to rumors, the 3.0-liter inline-six with dual turbocharging develops 540 horsepower and comes exclusively with an automatic transmission. The sedan will only be available with all-wheel drive. To reduce weight, BMW will make extensive use of carbon fiber, including possibly for the hood and roof.

Presumably, the M3 CS will go into production in March 2023. BMW will produce it in a limited edition, releasing the model only until February 2024. We may see the M3 CS debut before the end of the year. If not, expect the opening to take place in early 2023.

Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the new BMW XM teaser is causing excitement before the debut of the crossover. On September 27, 2022, BMW’s teaser campaign for its future XM crossover is in full swing. The latest teaser, which appeared on the company’s social networks, causes excitement with the help of a frenzied collection of strange images.