This year, BMW M turned 50, and to celebrate, they brought back one of their most famous cars, the 3.0 CSL.

The new 3.0 CSL was shown off last week. It is a modern take on the homologation E9 special that BMW M made in 1972

which is thought to be the first car that the BMW motorsports and tuning division made. 

The first one, which got the nickname "Batmobile" because of its crazy aerodynamic design, went on to win on the track and, in a way, set the standard for BMW performance cars for decades to come.

BMW's 3.0 CSL Hommage concept cars, which were shown off in the last ten years, were a tribute to the original 3.0 CSL

The car looks different from the 2023 M4 CSL, which it is similar to, because of how the grille is made and the way the wheel wells are shaped.

 the new 3.0 CSL has some styling elements from those concept cars.  The car is also different from the other BMWs because only 50 of them will be made. 

BMW hasn't said what the price will be, but rumours say it will start at 750,000 euros, which is about $778,770.

BMW says that the new 3.0 CSL is the result of 50 years of experience in motorsports. 

The car is powered by a twin-turbo 3.0-liter inline-6 engine, which is similar to what you'd find in other BMWs but has been turned up to 553 horsepower and 405 lb-ft of torque.

 The automaker says that's the most power they've ever put into a production inline-6. The engine has a rigid crankcase, a forged crankshaft

and oil supply and cooling systems that were made just for it. It is connected to a 6-speed manual transmission and only drives the back wheels.

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